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For the mirror universe counterpart, see T'Lara (mirror).

T'Lara was a female Vulcan in Starfleet in the 23rd and 24th centuries. She was born sometime before 2255.

As of 2282, she held the rank of Ensign, and was assigned as helmsman of the USS Enterprise under Captain Spock. (TOS eBook: The Darkness Drops Again)

Around the turn of the 24th century, Captain T'Lara joined the Starfleet JAG. In 2355, she served on as defense counsel for Captain Jean-Luc Picard in his court martial at Starbase 32 for charges stemming from the loss of the USS Stargazer. (TNG novel: The Buried Age)

By 2372, T'Lara had reached the rank of Admiral. In that year, she presided over an extradition hearing, to determine if Lieutenant Commander Worf would be turned over to the Klingon Empire for allegedly firing on an unarmed civilian transport. (DS9 episode: "Rules of Engagement")

In 2381, Alynna Nechayev told Edward Jellico that he could delegate to T'Lara his dealings with the Federation Council as part of his role of Commander in chief. (ST - Destiny novel: Mere Mortals)

T'Lara retired several weeks later and became a consultant to the T'Shiro Cultural Exchange. In February of 2381, she appeared as a panelist on Illuminating the City of Light to discuss the aftermath of the recent Borg Invasion. (ST novel: A Singular Destiny)

USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) flight control personnel
Under Robert April FerarraC. FloridaNobisPoI. Soulian Under Christopher Pike MohindasNumber OneJ. TylerVincentB. Wayne Starfleet emblem. USS Enterprise assignment insignia.
Under James T. Kirk (first five-year mission) AkrumbaD. AldenArex N. E.D. BaileyBakerT. BarrowsBrubakerBurnhardChalmersP. ChekovM. CheungJ. ClaytonConnorsS. DePaulV. DeSalleJ. FarrellFrostGreenB. HadleyB. HansenHarrisonL. KelsoS. KerbyT. KovaksJ. KyleR. LatimerR. LeslieLongstreetV. MahtaniG. MitchellNovaM. RahdaK. RileySanchezSankeyShafferSpinelliJ. StilesH. SuluH. TanakaVitaliD. Walking Bear
Subsequent missions under Kirk & Spock D. AvocaBillingsN. BryceP. Chekovde BroekM. DiFalcoDomenickM. LedouxHaarvHemingHwavirëA. LeeSaavikIliaE. SherwoodRyanH. SuluT'Lara UFP emblem. USS Enterprise assignment insignia.
see also: administrative personnelcommunications personnelengineering personnelmedical personnelsecurity & tactical personnelsciences personnelsenior staff • unnamed (2240s and 2250s2260s2270s and 2280s)
Starbase 32 personnel
Emblem of the United Federation of Planets Darya Bat-LeviPhillip BoyceDoug DeanNaomi JerusalmiPhillipa LouvoisArlen McAteerThomas SalisburySartakEric StillwellT'Lara Seal of the Federation Starfleet


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