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The Klingon High Command refers to the upper levels of the Klingon Defense Force, which report to the Chancellor and which give the Defense Force its orders. (TOS episode: "The Trouble with Tribbles", DS9 novelization: Trials and Tribble-ations)

The highest ranking officer is the Supreme Commander. (ST reference: Klingon for the Galactic Traveler)


Kaaj lost face in the eyes of the high command after his humiliating defeat to Christopher Pike and the USS Enterprise in the Marrat Nebula in 2254. (EV comic: "The Flat, Gold Forever")

In 2369, Benjamin Sisko threatened to tell the High Command everything he knew about Captain K'Leht's involvement in allowing the prisoner Mard to be unshackled and take Julian Bashir hostage, all in an attempt to have the Deep Space 9 crew kill Mard. (DS9 comic: "Hostage Situation")

After the destruction of the IKS Toh'Kaht in 2369, the crew of Deep Space 9 spoke to the High Command, who told them the Vor'cha-class starship had been condusting a "biological survey" in the Gamma Quadrant. (DS9 episode: "Dramatis Personae")

Shortly after the Empire took control of the Archanis sector, Chancellor Gowron moved the High Command to Ty'Gokor. (DS9 episode: "Apocalypse Rising")

Alternate realtiy[]

In the 2260s of the Kelvin timeline, Captain Sho'Tokh of the IKS Chonnaq was imprisoned by the command due his humiliation in the Artel system.(TOS - Manifest Destiny comic: "Issue 4")

External Link[]

Klingon High Command article at Memory Alpha, the wiki for canon Star Trek.