James Kirk

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List Of Starfleet Starships Ordered By Class - Starships - Constitution Class
... Originally commanded by Robert April (2245–2250) Christopher Pike (2250–2265) James T ... Kirk (2265–2285) Spock (ship's stint as academy training vessel 2282-2285) Vessel's self-destruction carried out while in orbit of the Genesis Planet, to prevent ship from falling into Klingon hands ... by Christopher Pike,(launched 2258) then James T Kirk USS Excalibur NCC-1664 Severely damaged, and crew killed, during Richard Daystrom's M5 computer test ...
James Kirk (disambiguation)
... James T ... Kirk is the protagonist in Star Trek and several Star Trek films ... James Kirk may also refer to James Kirk (actor) (born 1986), Canadian actor James Kirk (VC) (1897–1918), recipient of the Victoria Cross James D ...
List Of Star Trek Characters (G–M) - Characters From All Series, Listed Alphabetically - K
... Commander Kang once faced James Kirk in 2269, but later joined him to defeat their true enemy, an energy life form living off their shared hatred when trapped ... Guardian of Forever by the landing party allowed Captain James T ... Kirk and First Officer Spock to follow McCoy into the past ...
Ostrich Churchyard - Track Listing
... Collins except where indicated "Louise Louise" – 250 "Three Cheers for Our Side" (James Kirk) – 252 "In a Nutshell" – 406 "Satellite City" – 242 "Consolation Prize ...
Timeline Of Star Trek - Timeline - 23rd Century
2233 James T ... Kirk is born in Riverside, Iowa. 2233 (alternate timeline) James T ...

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