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See Corcoran for other articles with titles that contain, either by relationship or by coincidence, this character's surname.

Corcoran was a Human man, a Starfleet crewman who served aboard the Federation starship USS Enterprise in the 2260s under the command of Captain James T. Kirk.

Biography

In 2267, security personnel Corcoran, Olag, and Lieutenant Nelson arrived to help Kirk break into engineering, which had been secured by Vulcan rebels. Nelson asked Corcoran to round up any untrapped engineers to assist them. (TOS novel: The IDIC Epidemic)

Later that year, Corcoran and Burrows were members of a damage control team. When the number six warp reactor exploded without warning, the team entered the warp nacelle to fight fire and radiation. Burrows accidentally slipped into Corcoran, and hull metal tore open the crewman's environmental suit. He suffered third-degree burns on his left arm and absorbed a massive dose of radiation, which required more care than was possible in sickbay. Doctor Leonard McCoy requested that he be transferred immediately to a hospital.

Corcoran was treated at the penal colony on Certax. Doctors there gave him four weeks to live, but at least he was not in pain. Later, when escaped convicts created havoc aboard the Enterprise, Corcoran volunteered to sacrifice his life and save the ship by recovering debris scattered outside the ship that was too irradiated to handle safely. (TOS comic: "Prison Break")

Unrelated appearances in the comic and novel were assumed to be the same individual in the absence of conflicting information for purposes of this wiki.

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USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) security & tactical personnel
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under James T. Kirk
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subsequent missions under Kirk & Spock J. AragonésM. A. ArrunjaAndersonBarnesBarrassoM. BergstresserJ. ByrnesCarverCastoraChavezChavi'rruP. ChekovS. th'ClaneT. CollinsCoreyDavidsonDobiusEmighEstanoFarnsworthM. FoxFriedmanGallowayGarrisonGlaserGomezL. GottliebGundersonS. HallieM. HowardHrdinaJaffeJagrKethKinitzC. LanceLarekM. LathamLemieuxC. LenoD. MarksonC. MatlockS. MendozaMerlinoMosleyMullenMurphyM. NizhoniO'GradyS. OharaPadillaPaekPearsonJ. PerezPfeifferPhillipsM. PublickerRalstonRamirezR. RandallRecchiRichardsonR'leezRobinsonB. RobinsonSamuelssonSantanaSh'aowSmithSternbachB. St. JohnD. SweeneyTagsutTakashidaF. TankaTateTenzingT'HeshTiilsonTocchetToddTrottierUmekiVlastikovichB. WagnerWoreneJ. WorkmanYendesM. Z'arZorn Federation icon image. x40px icon image.
see also: administrative personnelcommunications personnelengineering personnelmedical personnelpilots & flight control personnelsciences personnelsenior staff • unnamed (2240s and 2250s2260s2270s and 2280s)


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