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See Rousseau for other articles with titles that contain, either by relationship or by coincidence, this character's surname.

Mark Rousseau was a Human childhood friend of Leonard McCoy. The two met on Earth when Mark was eleven and Leonard was nine. McCoy would later describe him as a man who easily learned everything and excelled at whatever he chose. When Rousseau became a captain in Starfleet, he appointed Leonard McCoy as his chief medical officer.

Erica Rousseau was his wife, and they had one son named Christopher.

When his ship, the USS Richard Feynman, went to the planet Nova Empyrea, Rousseau had an affair with Elizabeth March. Rousseau later met their daughter, Anna March, in 2275.

In 2255, he took command of the USS Manhattan. One year later, he was on to command the USS Hood followed by the USS Lexington in 2261. In 2264, Rousseau retired from Starfleet.

In 2275, Rousseau was the Federation ambassador for Starbase 86 when he was called back to Nova Empyrea to negotiate with the locals. (TOS novel: The Better Man)

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Template:USS Richard Feynman personnel

USS Hood personnel
USS Hood (NCC-1703) AnkeeJ. BanksG. BartonK. ChinL. CraigK. DodgeD'UbervilleEllisKyleJ. MartinezMoraxS. M'RessOxleyA. PaulticH. RevereM. RousseauSimmonsStuartTaviG. VedraUmbaP. Yudrin Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
USS Hood (NCC-42296) AbramsBrianBuonfiglioChandraConsuelaT. CzierniewskiM. DayritR. DeSotoR. GreenE. HayatR. HolversonB. HsuJ. KojimaG. La ForgeLedbetterLoloF. OrzonC. PapadimitriouW.T. RikerE. RoseTuvokD. VoyskunskyL. Weiss
USS Lexington personnel
USS Lexington (NCC-1709) J. BailaBerrimanP. CossD.W. DavidsonGarth of IzarItoT. IvariL. KelsoR. LeslieW.C. PerinalM. RousseauW. SamuelsD. SinclairL. SterlingC. StuartN. UhuraD. WatleyR. Wesley Emblem of the United Federation of Planets. Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
USS Lexington (NCC-14427) Declan KeoghManojlovichRosita Pérez
USS Lexington (NCC-61832) T. AllenbyH. AndersonAntonacciAudreyG. Ben ZomaBowdrenT. CadwalladerS. CarsonCavanaughJ. CoxEberlingFornnelGainesF. GallowayGriscomHalprinHasegawaG. JensonP. JosephKumagaiLeffE. LenseR. MithraMoytulixPridemoreRodgersSorianoJ. TurnerTwistekeyMan-Fai WanWilhoite
USS Lexington (Steamrunner-class) A. Jago
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