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Insubordination was the act of willfully disobeying an order from one's superior.

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In the year 2266, a Klingon duplicate of James T. Kirk accused Montgomery Scott of insubordination after he refused the order to take the USS Enterprise to maximum warp after it had just escaped from the B-Gamma Maelstrom. (TOS comic: "The Enterprise Mutiny")

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