- See Sinclair for other articles with titles that contain, either by relationship or by coincidence, this character's surname.
History[edit | edit source]
Along with the rest of the ship's female crew, Sinclair was telepathically manipulated by Nadira into joining her gender war. At one point, Sinclair and Doctor Pierson aimed phasers at James T. Kirk and Spock, but Kirk was able to break through to them, and they stunned the women behind them instead. (TOS - Star Trek: The Manga - Shinsei Shinsei comic: "'Til Death")
Sinclair was instrumental in discovering the ship used by Councillor Traal to terrorize the Zamestaad during the Enterprise's mission to Mestiko in 2267. (TOS - Mere Anarchy eBook: The Centre Cannot Hold)
Kirk assessed her as performing well during a rotation as a security officer under Security Chief Barry Giotto, aiding an investigation on Nador that involved Peter Kirk. Giotto chose her to accompany him to surface, and she studied Nadorian customs extensively prior to beaming down. Kirk asked her to stand in briefly for Pavel Chekov as the ship's navigator when the Enterprise left orbit. (TOS novel: Gemini)
- At one point, Kevin Riley addressed her as "my fine colleen", but he meant it as Irish slang rather than indicating it was her first name.
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|USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) administrative personnel|
|Atkins • Ayers • Barrows • Bates • Briel • Burns • Cappa • Chavez • Colotti • Colt • Cusack • Ferro • Figgs • B. Finney • Greene • Granada • Harris • Hatcher • Jaramillo • Jones • Landon • Marion • Moskowitz • Lawton • Mears • Phillips • Rand • Ross • Sinclair • Singh • Smith • Takayama • Tamura • Tankris • Thagard • Thompson • Trask • Wellman • Wodehouse • Zahra|
|see also: communications personnel • engineering personnel • medical personnel • pilots & flight control personnel • security & tactical personnel • sciences personnel • senior staff • unnamed (2240s and 2250s • 2260s • 2270s and 2280s)|