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'''Deckert''' was a [[23rd century]] individual. By the late [[2270s]], Deckert was serving as a [[lieutenant]] in [[Starfleet]], assigned to the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}}.
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'''Deckert''' was a [[23rd century]] [[Human]] individual. By the late [[2270s]] [[decade]], Deckert was serving as a [[lieutenant]] in [[Starfleet]], assigned to the [[Federation]] [[starship]] {{uSS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}}.
   
In [[2277]], Deckert bought a case before [[Admiral]] [[James T. Kirk]] at [[Captain's Mast]], where he accused a [[petty officer]] of reprogramming one of the [[computer game]]s to win [[money]] from the [[crew]]. Admiral Kirk subsequently found the petty officer guilty. ({{ss|TOS|sub=Star Trek II Short Stories|The Blaze of Glory}})
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In the [[year]] [[2277]], Deckert brought a case before [[Admiral]] [[James T. Kirk]] at [[Captain's Mast]], where he accused a [[petty officer]] of reprogramming one of the [[computer game]]s to win [[money]] from [[uSS Enterprise (NCC-1701) personnel|the crew]]. Admiral Kirk subsequently found the petty officer guilty. ({{ss|TOS|sub=Star Trek II Short Stories|The Blaze of Glory}})
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Latest revision as of 03:41, August 14, 2017

Deckert was a 23rd century Human individual. By the late 2270s decade, Deckert was serving as a lieutenant in Starfleet, assigned to the Federation starship USS Enterprise.

In the year 2277, Deckert brought a case before Admiral James T. Kirk at Captain's Mast, where he accused a petty officer of reprogramming one of the computer games to win money from the crew. Admiral Kirk subsequently found the petty officer guilty. (TOS - Star Trek II Short Stories short story: "The Blaze of Glory")


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