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In the Kelvin timeline, T'Lena was a 23rd century Vulcan female. In the 2260s decade, T'Lena was a civilian Federation scientist. (ST video game: Fleet Command mission: "Narada's Legacy, Part 1")

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T'Lena was one of the 27 million[1] Vulcans still alive following the destruction[2] of Vulcan at the hands of the time traveling Romulan Nero in the year 2258.

In 2262, the T'Lena worked with the artificial intelligence Maia of the Independent Home Station to investigate the aftermath of the Narada's wreckage that had somehow turned up in the 40 Eridani system. (ST video game: Fleet Command mission: "Narada's Legacy, Part 1")

T'Lena returned to Home Station sometime later for a followup investigation. She was the only person aboard her runabout. T'Lena and her Independent partners returned to 40 Eridani and found a temporally displaced recording of the Narada's last moments, which had occurred near Earth.[3] (ST video game: Fleet Command mission: "Narada's Legacy, Part 2")

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