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The territory of the Kazon-Ogla in 2371.

The Kazon-Ogla were one of the strongest sects of the Kazon Collective in the early 2370s, and were led by First Maje Jal Razik. The Ogla were also the first Kazon sect to be encountered by the Federation starship USS Voyager in 2371. (VOY episode & novelization: Caretaker)


In the year 2371, a group of Ogla, led by Maje Jal Jabin, had established a mining settlement on the planet Ocampa were they were mining cormaline deposits. When Voyager threatened to destroy the Caretaker's Array, Jabin led a small task force against the starship to prevent them doing so. However, Voyager was able to hold them off and destroy the array. Jabin declared that Captain Kathryn Janeway had made an enemy of the Kazon. (VOY episode & novelization: Caretaker)

In 2372, the Ogla were led by First Maje Jal Razik. Razik allowed the Kazon boy Kar to earn his Ogla name by attacking Lieutenant Commander Chakotay's shuttle. After Chakotay bested Kar's raider, they escaped to the Ogla weapons-testing moon of Tarok. Razik reluctantly agreed to cooperate with Voyager in recovering them. Razik was killed by Kar on the surface of Tarok, and leadership of the sect passed to Jal Haliz. Kar subsequently earned his standing on Ogla society and became Jal Karden. (VOY episode: "Initiations")

In 2410, the Ogla, now led by First Maje Jal Karden, participated in the negotiations that led to the formation of the Delta Alliance. Karden represented the Kazon-Ogla in the talks with Harry Kim of the USS Rhode Island in the Al'yans system. The Ogla aided the Delta Alliance in their fight against the Vaadwaur Supremacy after Sessen had either talked or strong-armed the Relora into betraying the alliance and siding with the Vaadwaur in his misguided quest to avenge his mother, Seska. (STO - The Delta Quadrant missions: "Alliances", "Takedown")

Mirror universe[]

In one permutation of the mirror universe, the Kazon-Ogla also occupied the surface of Ocampa V and tried to get access to the underground Ocampa refuge. All inhabitants of the mining settlement were killed after Kes unlocked her psychokinetic powers. The Ogla held Kes' lover, the Talaxian Neelix, responsible but were unable to exact their revenge when Neelix and Kes were flung into the Alpha Quadrant by the Caretaker. (VOY - Mirror Universe novel: The Mirror-Scaled Serpent)


The territory controlled by the Kazon-Ogla was at least several hundred light-years long and wide and covered a portion of region beyond the coreward Nekrit Expanse, ca. 70.000 ly from Sol. Between the territories of the Order and the anti-spinward Haakonian Order lay a corridor of unaligned worlds. The Ogla territory shared a border with the coreward Kazon-Oglamar. (ST reference: Star Charts)

Inhabited planets and star systems in or near the territory of the Kazon-Ogla included:


Maje Jabin, of the Kazon-Ogla.



Kazon Collective sects
primary universe HalikHobiiMostralNistrimOglaOglamarPommarReloraSaraVistik Kazon insignia icon image.
mirror universe Ogla

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