- See Garrovick for other articles with titles that contain, either by relationship or by coincidence, this character's surname.
Biography[edit | edit source]
By the late 2250s decade, he had reached the rank of captain and been placed in command of the Constitution-class starship USS Farragut. In the year 2257, during a mission to Tycho IV, Garrovick and two hundred of his crew were killed by a dikironium cloud creature. James T. Kirk, serving under Garrovick on his first deep-space assignment, felt terrible guilt over his captain's death for years to follow despite the fact that the ship's executive officer had given him a commendation for bravery in the incident. However, a later encounter with the creature revealed that conventional weapons were useless against it, so Kirk accepted that he was not at fault.(TOS episode: "Obsession"; TOS comic: "Gary")
Appendices[edit | edit source]
Background[edit | edit source]
The Star Trek: The Original Series Core Game Book calls him Thomas Garrovick.
The comic Debt of Honor consistently misspells his name as Garrovik.
Connections[edit | edit source]
|USS Farragut personnel|
|USS Farragut (NCC-1647)||Akanke • Ayers • K. Bogle • A. Chenowyth • Crane • A. Drake • Galt • Garrovick • Gilhooley • Hasegawa • T. Kegin • Hellund • Kelly • Keyes • J.T. Kirk • Konerko • V. Leigh • McKone • G. Mitchell • F. Morgan • D. Morwood • Ojibwe • Pavano • Piniella • Poquette • N. Rabin • Smiley • L.H. Styles • Tolan • Vosberg • Yu • unnamed personnel|
|USS Farragut (NCC-1729)||Bogle • P. Ellis • J. Gustavus • Phillips • R. Lee • D. Rodrieguez|
after being renamed USS Centurion: G. Aldus • J. Apius • C. Caecus • M. Secondus • L. Sejanus • J. Sicania • M. Volcinius
|USS Farragut (NCC-2582)||W. Ross|
|J.T. Kirk • S. Garrovick • N. Uhura|