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Commander Julia Taylor was a female human, an officer aboard the USS Enterprise in 2268.

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Taylor was part of a mission to Rudimon, a planet ravaged by decades of war and now with a fledgling peace. The Enterprise began a program to rebuild the planet’s electrical, medical and educational infrastructures in order to help encourage and inspire a long-lasting peace. After completing an initial survey, large numbers of the crew were located in the most populated city on Rudimon in order to train medical specialists, improve educational techniques, and upgrade deficient facilities. Suddenly a crude, outdated nuclear engine blew up, killing or injuring 120 members of the crew. Julia Taylor was one of 63 who were killed.

Also killed in the blast were Matthew Alford, Jason Alnas, Charles Babb, Alexandra Boring, Brizzi, Seth Cable, Jonathan Chen, Dashiell, Devico, Jake Forbes, Frood, Phillip Hansen, Elizabeth Hurchalla, Anna Kernbaum, Kimie Ang Hae Kim, Theodore Kim, Steven Kleckner, Ghen Laraya, Christian Lownds, Raymond Makowski, Rhona Medina, Jennifer Miller, Tomas Montalvo-Lagos, Matthew Nikon, Orgill, Jill Park, William Parkinson, Alan Payne, Pineda, Kyle Plummer, Joshua Pool, Zachary Rau, Reisman, Lisa Richards, Gary Shum, Hollace Smith, Timoth Snead, Aaron Sparrow, Erin Stein, Candice Uyloan, Jennifer Wagner, Willis, and Weiya Xiao. Labar Tique was later shot and killed by a sniper while paying respects to the body of Governor Laisu. (TOS - Star Trek: The Manga - Uchu comic: "The Humanitarian")

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