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Sektion 31 ist eine geheime Organisation, die die Mitgliedswelten der Föderation und deren. Section 31 im fiktiven Universum von Star Trek ist eine autonome Geheimdienst- und Verteidigungsorganisation, die verdeckte Operationen für die United Federation of Planets durchführt. Star Trek: Sektion Verleugnet | David Mack, Christian Humberg | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. sattvabageri.se: eBook - Star Trek: Sektion Verleugnet (Star Trek - Sektion 31 1) David Mack. Sofort auf Ihrem Kindle, PC, Tablet oder Smartphone verfügbar. Bald könnte es eine neue Serie rund um die Geheimorganisation Sektion 31 und Imperatorin Georgiou aus Star Trek: Discovery geben.

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Khan then disappeared. Khan, believing Marcus had his crew killed, coerced Thomas Harewood into a suicide bombing of the London Archive.

Following the apprehension of "John Harrison" and Robert April, Starfleet began an comprehensive effort to remove all elements of Section 31 that Admiral Marcus operated.

Despite Starfleet's efforts, Section 31 continued to secretly plot to ignite war between the Romulans and Klingons using contingency plans devised by Marcus before his death.

However, a few of their agents believed that Marcus's actions had set the section's work for years. Section 31 sent a few of their operatives to Romulus to speak to the Romulan Senate.

Section 31 promised they would help them in wiping the Klingon Empire from the stars. They told the senate that Starfleet may have abdicated its responsibility to protect Earth and the Federation but Section 31 has not.

However the Romulans were suspicious of section 31 if they could deliver the technology to help them with Klingons, knowing that they wanted the red matter.

Despite that, Section 31 were able to arrange a rendezvous near Khitomer in anticipation of the Klingon's new fleet heading towards Orion.

However, Section 31 decided to wait till the time was right to reveal everything. Section 31 also carried Khan Noonien Singh and his 72 other augments on one of their ships.

Section 31 were also able to provide the Romulan's attack force under L'Nar with advanced weaponry used on the Vengeance that were more than a match against the Klingons when they attacked their colony on Khitomer.

L'Nar was then contacted by a human Section 31 operative , who assured them that the Klingon would have no choice but to retaliate against the Romulans with the bulk of their fleet.

He also said that they would crush the klingons together. He assured L'Nar that after the Klingon Empire falls, it would benefit both their species.

Together, both Section 31's and L'Nar's forces decided to attack Qo'nos to "permanently" stop the threat of the Klingon's aggression.

When they arrived, theirs and L'Nar's ships opened fired on all of Qo'nos's main cities. Section 31 then sent their " Spear 31 " assault team to kill anyone who they saw as a threat.

Section 31 then made sure L'nar would keep his word not harm Captain Kirk or his landing party. Kirk and his crew were then returned to the Enterprise.

However, Kirk and his landing party then returned to stop Section 31 from using the Romulan's red matter in wiping the Klingons out.

Though Kirk and his party were able to subdue most of the agents, they were then held at gunpoint by Yuki Sulu, who revealed herself as a agent of Section Section 31 and the Romulans then held the Chancellor , and High Council as they prepared to detonate the red matter to destroy the First City.

However, Section 31 was double-crossed the Romulans and took the red matter. Unbeknownst to L'Nar, Section 31 also installed a self-destruct program onto the modified warbirds, which they destroyed.

Section 31 had accomplished their goals; they had the Klingon and Romulan fleet cut to pieces, the red matter in their possession, and assurances that the Klingons would retaliate against the Romulans, all to the Federation's's advantage.

The Section 31 operative in charge then allowed Kirk and his party to return to the Enterprise. Yuki Sulu, the other agents and their ships then disappeared without a trace on any sensors.

During the conflict with the Tzenkethi Coalition , Section 31 gave the location of the USS Leonov to the Tzenkethi when they discovered that the Leonov was about to receive orders to attack a civilian target based on bad intelligence.

The Leonov was destroyed, and over half of her crew lost. Section 31 believed that the loss of the Leonov was justified if it kept the Tzenkethi from escalating the conflict.

The agent that leaked the information to the Tzenkethi was eventually tracked down by the Leonov' s former second officer , William Ross.

The agent told Ross his side of the story, and Section 31's belief that what they had done was for the good of the Federation. Ross made the decision not to turn the man over to the authorities, and Ross would work with Section 31 at various points in his career.

Chiaros was the only inhabited planet in the vast expanse of space known as the Geminus Gulf. Section 31 felt that the Federation would waste too much time and resources defending a strategically worthless planet, so they agreed to give the planet to Romulus in exchange for a list of Tal Shiar spies working inside the Federation.

What Section 31 did not realize was that the Romulans had discovered a sub-space singularity , a potential source of tremendous energy , near the Chiaros system - an energy source that Section 31 had inadvertently handed to the Romulans.

Batanides and Picard allowed Zweller to complete his mission, but took him into custody thereafter. At the same time, Picard, Commander Data , and Lieutenant Sean Hawk embarked on a successful mission in a stolen scout ship to destroy the singularity, and rob the Romulans of their prize.

Zweller was cleared of all charges and released on the order of Admiral Connaught Rossa , despite the objections of Batanides and Picard.

Batanides swore to use all of the resources at her disposal to bring down Section TNG - Section 31 novel : Rogue. In , Section 31 agent Luther Sloan assigned operative Roberta Luke to the sciences division of the USS Voyager shortly before its mission to the Badlands in order to gain intelligence on the Maquis.

Luke was onboard when Voyager was transported to the Delta Quadrant by the Nacene known as the Caretaker.

Luke maintained her cover and kept a log of events for her superiors in Section When Captain Kathryn Janeway took in the disconnected Borg drone known as Seven of Nine as a member of the crew in early , Luke decided to take action.

Believing Seven's presence to be a tremendous mistake on Janeway's part, Luke reprogrammed one of the ship's spare bio-neural gel packs with instructions for the ship's computer to kill Seven and make it appear to be an accident.

She nearly finished programming the pack, but was killed before she could install it. Eighteen months later, ship's chief engineer B'Elanna Torres swapped out a defective pack with Luke's tainted one, and the ship's computer commenced with its attempts to kill the former Borg drone.

When the re-programming was discovered, Seven recognized the coding as one used only by the covert agency.

Seven had gained knowledge of Section 31 when she was in the Collective and an operative of the bureau had been assimilated, granting all of his knowledge to the Borg Collective.

The reprogramming was reversed when the ship's Emergency Medical Hologram , known as the Doctor , developed a bio-neural "vaccine" that re-programmed the ship's computer to resume its normal function.

VOY - Section 31 novel : Shadow. In , Agent Sloan attempted to recruit Dr. Julian Bashir , the genetically enhanced chief medical officer of Starbase Deep Space 9 , into the ranks of the bureau.

He had Bashir abducted prior to a trip to attend a medical conference and transported aboard the holodeck of an unknown Intrepid -class starship , which then recreated his life on DS9.

Posing within the holoprogram as the Deputy Director of Starfleet Internal Affairs , Sloan tested Bashir's loyalty to the Federation by accusing him of treason, arguing Bashir to be a Dominion sleeper agent.

When Bashir proved that his loyalty to the Federation was above reproach, Sloan revealed the truth of Thirty-One to the doctor.

Bashir was horrified to learn of the existence of an organization within Starfleet that made their own agenda and answered to nobody, and refused Sloan's offer.

Despite Bashir's refusal, Sloan continued to consider Bashir as an asset. Bashir, meanwhile, reported his experience to his commanding officer, Captain Benjamin Sisko , and to the rest of the station's senior staff including two members of the allied Republic of Bajor 's Militia , Kira Nerys and Odo.

Sisko ordered Bashir to agree to join Thirty-One the next time he had the chance. DS9 episode : " Inquisition ".

Sloan manipulated Bashir into believing that he intended to assassinate Koval , Chair of the Tal Shiar , the feared Romulan secret police.

Bashir, acting on this belief, convinced Romulan Senator Kimara Cretak to access Koval's personal database in order to discover who would be acting to aide Sloan; Cretak was then arrested and tried before the Romulan Continuing Committee , and found guilty of treason.

During the trial, Bashir was also interrogated, and Koval and Sloan conspired to provide false evidence to the Committee that Thirty-One did not exist and had been created by Sloan to manipulate Bashir.

In actuality, the goal of Section 31 was to ruin the career of Senator Cretak, who had previously proven herself willing to risk the stability of the alliance against the Dominion in the perceived interests of the Empire and install Koval, who had become a mole for Section 31, onto the Continuing Committee in Cretak's place.

Their plan succeeded. In , Dr. Bashir deduced that Section 31 had engineered a virus that threatened to wipe out the entire species of the shape-shifting Founders.

Sloan chose suicide over capture, and Bashir was forced to resort to extreme measures to get the information directly from Sloan's brain before he died.

In mid- , Admiral Matthew Dougherty worked with the Son'a on a project on a world located within the area of space known as the Briar Patch , despite the fact that the Son'a had been supplying Ketracel white to the Dominion.

This alliance was attempting to forcibly relocate the local population of Ba'ku from the world in order to transform it into a source of regenerative energy.

Admiral Dougherty, who was killed by his Son'a "allies," took the fall and was branded as a rogue. Though Section 31 was never implicated, however, the cloaking-capable ship with a holographic interior, known as the Holoship , created to facilitate the plot came into the hands of the Kirk cabal , who would come to suspect the organization's involvement in the matter.

In April of , Bashir was again contacted by Section 31, this time in form of a man named Cole. Cole informed Bashir of a failed Section 31 operation on the world of Sindorin in the Badlands designed to breed a new strain of Jem'Hadar soldiers that would be loyal to the Organization.

The project went awry when Section 31's chief scientist on the project, a genetically enhanced doctor named Ethan Locken , betrayed his benefactors and used the project for his own plans of conquest.

Cole believed that Bashir, due to his genetically enhanced nature, was the best choice to bring Locken in.

Bashir accepted the assignment. In the end, Locken's own flawed Jem'Hadar turned against him, killing him.

Bashir also theorized that Section 31, in an attempt to drive Locken to the heights of desperation and rage it felt would be necessary for him to agree to join the bureau, may have intentionally leaked information to the Dominion during the war, arranging for the New Beijing Massacre that claimed thousands of civilian lives.

This theory was based purely on circumstantial evidence, involving Bashir's discovery that Cole had gone undercover as Locken's friend and mentor on New Beijing , as well as Bashir's general contempt for Section While " When It Rains He, as a result, decided to establish that the organization had also infected Odo with the same virus.

In the original version of " Extreme Measures ", however, it was established that Section 31 had recruited Doctor Mora Pol to create the virus, intending to inflict the Founders but not Odo.

Moore believed, while writing " The Dogs of War ", that news of Section 31's involvement in the virus had to be learned by Odo in that episode.

In retrospect, he said about the organization, " I loved it. It gave everything a real flair.

Ira Behr commented, " Well, without a doubt, the thing I wish we could have used more of was Section We came into that late in the game, and I mean, if we had had an eighth season.

This is consistent with Sloan's comment that Section 31 was created as part of the "original" Starfleet charter, but not with Bashir's statement that Section 31 had managed to stay hidden for "over three hundred years" in " Tacking Into the Wind ".

Ronald D. Moore, who wrote the DS9 episode, considered Bashir's figure a mistake and stated that it should have been only around two hundred.

The figure was later corrected. It was not until the second season of Discovery that it was firmly established that prime universe Section 31, like their Romulan Tal Shiar and Cardassian Obsidian Order counterparts, also possessed considerable military capabilities as early as the 23rd century.

The military capabilities of alternate-reality Section 31 had already been established in Star Trek Into Darkness.

He believed that peace required vigilance and a moral cost. In this, it mirrored a famous "You can't handle the truth!

Despite Section 31 appearing in various other Star Trek productions, Ira Behr claimed the DS9 writing staff had rightful ownership of the organization, stating, " I know they used it in a movie, but it's ours.

We created it. What We Left Behind. Section 31 was included in a hypothetical Season 8 premiere which the DS9 writing staff devised exclusively for the purposes of including the writing of it in the documentary What We Left Behind.

In that story, the organization was now covertly led by Julian Bashir and planned to secretly cause the destruction of Bajoran religion , in order to convince Bajor to finally join the Federation.

It is implied in Elusive Salvation that the name of Section 31 may stem from section 31 of floor B asement 14 in the Pentagon, which in housed a secretive unit of the US military dedicated to tracking alien threats.

Encounters with Section 31 have been documented in the novel series Star Trek: Section These stories were largely designed around, and serve to explain or provide background to, certain canon events.

In the novels, it is additionally revealed that Section Section 31 is also revealed to be responsible for allowing the Dominion to engage in an infamous massacre of Federation civilians during the war, as part of an attempt to recruit a potential agent, Ethan Locken.

Section 31 has also appeared in the Star Trek: A Time to The five men went on to form the "Kirk Cabal", a secret group designed to oppose Section 31 whenever it was involved in any known activity.

In the novel Hollow Men , Tomas Roeder, a Section 31 agent, learns of the Changeling disease and attempts to leak the information to the Dominion.

Roeder failed in his objective and Elim Garak was forced to kill him. The novel established that Tucker was the one who coined the name "Section 31" and that the organization was already aware of the existence of the mirror universe.

Also according to the novel, the existence and activities of Section 31 were exposed to the general public by the early 25th century and its agents were eventually brought to justice for their crimes.

The public release of Section 31's files and records ended over years of the bureau's illegal and unsanctioned black-ops and infiltration programs.

The downfall of Section 31 is further detailed in the novels Disavowed and Control when Trill journalist Ozla Graniv, with assistance from Julian Bashir, Sarina Douglas , Data and Lal publishes an expose about Section 31's activities to the public in In the novel Available Light , the revelations result in the Federation Security Agency carrying out coordinated arrests against Section 31 operatives and assets across the Galaxy, including Admirals Edward Jellico , Alynna Nechayev , Nakamura , and William Ross ; the latter of whom would later be murdered in Federation custody, for their role in the forced removal and subsequent assassination of President Min Zife.

In the Star Trek: Enterprise - Rise of the Federation novel A Choice of Futures , when the United Federation of Planets was founded in and a unified Starfleet was created, Article 14, Section 31 of the Earth Starfleet charter was copied to the Federation Starfleet charter and allowed Section 31 to continued its activities, but it now protected the interests of the entire Federation.

While listening to the Federation-Klingon Alliance broadcasts, one Starfleet officer suggests, " Why don't you ask Section 31? In the MMO game Star Trek Online , Section 31 continues to exist well into , and despite some transparency among the upper echelons of Starfleet, much of Section 31's operations remain unknown to the majority of the general public.

In a now-removed mission, Section 31 tests player characters on a mission in a fashion similar to that of Dr.

Julian Bashir. A Section 31 agent also enlists the player's aid in several other missions. When Devidians start haunting the Klingon Neutral Zone, Section 31 assists the player in stopping them, and that same contact later sends them to Nimbus III to locate weapons of mass destruction.

In the Star Trek: Ongoing comic series set in the alternate reality , Section 31 were shown to still be active despite Starfleet's efforts to remove all elements of the organization and they continued to secretly plot to ignite war between the Romulans and Klingons using contingency plans devised by Marcus before his death.

However, a few of their agents believed that Marcus' actions had set the organization's work back for years to come.

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Multiple realities covers information from several alternate timelines. The Federation claims to abhor Section 31's tactics, but when they need the dirty work done, they look the other way.

It's a tidy little arrangement, wouldn't you say? Contents [ show ]. Black insignia were seen used aboard Discovery when Michael Burnham first came aboard in " Context Is for Kings ", a fact that was highlighted but went unexplained.

Ash Tyler later claimed to have heard of the badges but never seen them, suggesting Section 31 was no longer operating on the ship by " Choose Your Pain ".

He described his goal as galactic peace and complained that most people were in denial of how dangerous the universe still was despite the Klingon cease fire.

He also boasted of being far more resourceful than Starfleet. A 24th century Rome , driven by nothing other than the certainty that Caesar can do no wrong?

A weapons summary for the advanced long-range torpedo stated that Section 31 "has been granted" special access privileges allowing the withholding of information about its remote stealth capability to the chief engineer.

While this was presumably Marcus' handiwork, the language does seem to imply that some of Section 31's actions required seeking some level of cooperation from the Starfleet bureaucracy.

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Stream the best stories. Start Your Free Trial. Try Now. United Earth : Section 31 : Starfleet Intelligence. Sektion 31 ist eine geheime Organisation, die die Mitgliedswelten der Föderation und deren Bewohner mit allen — also auch inhumanen — Methoden verteidigt.

Die Sektion existiert bereits seit der Gründung der Sternenflotte der Erde und ist in deren Charta festgeschrieben.

Im Jahrhundert handelt sie zunächst noch als eigene Abteilung innerhalb des Geheimdienstes der Sternenflotte. Jahrhundert wird ihre Existenz jedoch offiziell abgestritten.

Sektion 31 handelt daher zu dieser Zeit ohne offiziellen Auftrag und unabhängig von offiziellen Föderationsstellen.

Ihr Einfluss reicht weit in die Kommandostruktur der Föderation, jedoch ist dieser Einfluss einseitig.

Offizielle Föderationsstellen haben keinerlei Einfluss auf die Aktionen von Sektion Im Jahr tritt sein ehemaliger Vorgesetzter Harris erneut an Reed heran und fordert dessen Mitarbeit bei einer Operation.

In der deutschen Synchronisation wird die Beteiligung nicht deutlich. Zwar sagt Reed zu Harris, dass er dachte, er wäre nicht mehr Mitglied seiner Sektion , aber im Original wird es deutlich, als Harris und Archer sich unterhalten.

Harris zitiert dabei die Sternenflottencharta , Artikel 14, Sektion In der deutschen Synchronisation: Dienstvorschrift, Artikel 14, Paragraph DSC : Lichtpunkt.

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Later that year, while researching the morphogenic virus that was ravaging the Great Link and Odo, Bashir discovered that Section 31 had actually engineered the disease and deliberately infected Odo during a visit to Starfleet Medical three years previously , in a preemptive attempt to neutralize the threat posed by the Founders and the Dominion.

Despite the risk that a cure for the disease might reach the Changelings and thus not only strengthen them but also continue the genocidal war they had initiated, Bashir decided to still pursue the matter and find a cure to help Odo.

He lured Sloan to Deep Space 9 with false claims of having developed a cure. Sloan, who was committed to the cause of protecting Federation and Starfleet interests at all costs, committed suicide in an attempt to prevent the cure from being discovered.

Unable to revive him, Bashir and Chief Miles O'Brien used a multitronic engrammatic interpreter to link their minds to Sloan's, in order to finally retrieve the information before Sloan's brain injuries rendered him brain dead.

In his mindscape, Sloan attempted to distract Bashir with Section 31's secrets in order to take them with him, but O'Brien got the doctor refocused on their task, and they unlinked their minds from Sloan in time.

After the cure was discovered, the Federation Council decided against sharing it with the Founders, an act that Odo likened to abetting genocide.

The cure was later given to the Female Changeling by Odo as a condition for surrendering her forces and ending the war. These events ruined the organization's plan to eradicate the Founders.

The Changeling's surrender ended the war and allowed the Founders to live. Odo eventually returned to the Great Link to distribute the cure to the rest of the Founders, saving his people.

Following the destruction of Vulcan and a subsequent attack that the Narada committed against Earth in , Section 31 began exploring more direct means of defense, particularly against the Klingon Empire.

Exploring unknown regions of space, they discovered the SS Botany Bay , with Augments still in cryostasis.

Marcus woke up Khan Noonien Singh , and recruited him into the organization under the pseudonym "John Harrison", using his intellect to develop advanced weapons systems.

With another seventy-two Augments still in stasis and under Section 31's control, Khan cooperated on a project to build a Dreadnought -class vessel, the USS Vengeance , at the Io Facility near Jupiter.

He also designed new torpedoes , which he attempted to smuggle his crew in, but his plan was discovered and he was forced to flee.

Assuming Marcus made good on his threat to his crew, Khan plotted revenge and blackmailed Thomas Harewood into bombing the Archive, before attacking Starfleet Headquarters and then fleeing to Qo'noS with a portable transwarp beaming device he salvaged from the London base.

Marcus attempted to cover-up the conspiracy , while still using the events to his advantage by assigning the USS Enterprise to fire the long-range torpedoes on Harrison's location with the Augments still inside.

The flagship 's warp core was sabotaged , stranding it at the Neutral Zone , where Klingon patrols would come and attack, giving the Federation a reason to go to war with the Klingons.

James T. Kirk prevented this when he opted to arrest Khan instead of executing him — learning the truth — and returned to Earth to expose the admiral's cooperation with a war criminal.

Marcus attempted to destroy the Enterprise with the Vengeance , but sabotage by Montgomery Scott and a boarding party of Kirk and Khan further foiled Section 31's machinations.

Khan killed the admiral and then crashed the Vengeance into Starfleet Headquarters, presumably killing all the Section 31 personnel aboard.

A year later, Kirk spoke out against Section 31's agenda at a memorial service for those killed by their attempts to harness Khan's mind.

Star Trek Into Darkness. Luther Sloan, a high-ranking member of Section 31, claimed that the organization dealt with threats to the Federation that others did not even realize existed and that jeopardized the Federation's very survival.

Section 31's actions were autonomous and its existence was neither acknowledged nor denied by Starfleet Command or the Federation Council.

Those found guilty of posing a security threat to the Federation were dealt with quietly, as Sloan once explained. Section 31 was not accountable to anyone except within its own echelon; it did not submit reports to anyone or ask approval for specific operations.

As such, Julian Bashir described it as having granted itself the powers of "judge, jury, and executioner. Odo once compared Section 31 to the Cardassian Union's Obsidian Order or the Romulan Star Empire's Tal Shiar ; however unlike those groups, Section 31 did not instill political dissension or manipulation within the Federation nor did they serve as enforcers in virtute of government policy.

When Sloan thought Bashir was a traitor, he extensively tested his hypothesis. When Bashir passed all of his tests, Sloan let him go despite Bashir's vocal objection to Section 31's existence, and Section 31 took no action to stop Bashir from telling his friends everything he had learned.

This included Captain Benjamin Sisko, who made an inquiry to Starfleet Command that was essentially dismissed. By contrast, both the Obsidian Order and the Tal Shiar showed a willingness to kill anyone even suspected of being a threat, and to them, threats included citizens with opposing views and people who knew too much.

By the 24th century and presumably well before then, Section 31 had no known physical headquarters or base of operations.

A select few were chosen to carry widespread knowledge of their activities. Recruitment of new agents had to be done in secret.

One method that Section 31 used to accomplish this involved kidnapping potential agents and testing their loyalty.

Section 31's recruitment policy did not allow agents to officially retire from duty, and agents who had long since moved on from the agency could be called upon at any time to carry out a mission.

Behr was inspired by a line of dialogue he had written in " The Maquis, Part II " where Commander Sisko remarks that " It's easy to be a saint in paradise.

Well, maybe it's because there's someone watching over it and doing the nasty stuff that no one wants to think about. Of course, it's a very complicated issue.

Extremely complicated. And those kinds of covert operations usually are wrong! Is it this paradise, or are there, as Harold Pinter said, 'Weasels under the coffee table.

Moore , the writing staff had "extended discussions" about the backstory of Section 31, with much debate about how long the organization was to have existed.

AOL chat , Incidentally, Deep Space Nine was at the time embroiled in a fierce competition with franchise contender Babylon 5 , a science fiction show created by J.

Michael Straczynski , which featured striking similarities with Deep Space Nine , and which had led to contemporary to-and-fro accusations of plagiarism as both series were almost simultaneously launched.

As it so happened, Babylon 5 had, from its very start, already featured a very similar clandestine organization called Psi Corps. On the internet, the concept of Section 31 was criticized by some fans who saw it as undermining Gene Roddenberry's vision.

Following the broadcast of DS9 Season 6 entry " Inquisition ", David Weddle said, about how the viewers reacted to Section 31, " There were many that were screaming for our heads over that show, saying that it betrayed everything that Star Trek stands for and the value system that Gene Roddenberry promoted.

Others said that of course, the Federation would have to have an organization like this. Fans would get into these long ethical and political arguments, really struggling with issues like that, which was great to see.

Moore commented, " The idea that there's a rogue element within the Federation doing dark deeds outside the normal chain of command is certainly a provocative one, I'll grant you, but does it really throw into question 'on a fundamental level… the principled Federation we have known… '?

Not yet it doesn't… It's a little early to declare the death of the UFP, folks. Costume Designer Bob Blackman noted that the uniforms worn by Section 31 agents were chosen for their fascist overtones.

And when they're really the ultimate , like the Section 31 people, we immediately go that way to make them look like storm troopers, because that's imagery that works best, not only for the viewers but for the producers.

For 'Inquisition,' Ira asked for dark black, severe, hostile looking garments. Well, that's black leather. In the interim between seasons six and seven of DS9, the show's writing staff determined that bringing Section 31 back in the seventh and final season, delivering on an implicit promise to make the organization return, was an important goal.

Cinefantastique , Vol. Section 31 was originally to have featured in seventh season DS9 installment " Chrysalis ". The group was included in an early version of the story that also involved Julian Bashir and genetically engineered characters Jack , Patrick , Lauren , and Sarina being sent on a mission together, and posing as Starfleet officers.

The very deliberate idea of bringing the organization back to the series eventually led to the writing of season seven entry " Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges ".

While " When It Rains However, a few of their agents believed that Marcus's actions had set the section's work for years.

Section 31 sent a few of their operatives to Romulus to speak to the Romulan Senate. Section 31 promised they would help them in wiping the Klingon Empire from the stars.

They told the senate that Starfleet may have abdicated its responsibility to protect Earth and the Federation but Section 31 has not. However the Romulans were suspicious of section 31 if they could deliver the technology to help them with Klingons, knowing that they wanted the red matter.

Despite that, Section 31 were able to arrange a rendezvous near Khitomer in anticipation of the Klingon's new fleet heading towards Orion.

However, Section 31 decided to wait till the time was right to reveal everything. Section 31 also carried Khan Noonien Singh and his 72 other augments on one of their ships.

Section 31 were also able to provide the Romulan's attack force under L'Nar with advanced weaponry used on the Vengeance that were more than a match against the Klingons when they attacked their colony on Khitomer.

L'Nar was then contacted by a human Section 31 operative , who assured them that the Klingon would have no choice but to retaliate against the Romulans with the bulk of their fleet.

He also said that they would crush the klingons together. He assured L'Nar that after the Klingon Empire falls, it would benefit both their species.

Together, both Section 31's and L'Nar's forces decided to attack Qo'nos to "permanently" stop the threat of the Klingon's aggression.

When they arrived, theirs and L'Nar's ships opened fired on all of Qo'nos's main cities. Section 31 then sent their " Spear 31 " assault team to kill anyone who they saw as a threat.

Section 31 then made sure L'nar would keep his word not harm Captain Kirk or his landing party. Kirk and his crew were then returned to the Enterprise.

However, Kirk and his landing party then returned to stop Section 31 from using the Romulan's red matter in wiping the Klingons out. Though Kirk and his party were able to subdue most of the agents, they were then held at gunpoint by Yuki Sulu, who revealed herself as a agent of Section Section 31 and the Romulans then held the Chancellor , and High Council as they prepared to detonate the red matter to destroy the First City.

However, Section 31 was double-crossed the Romulans and took the red matter. Unbeknownst to L'Nar, Section 31 also installed a self-destruct program onto the modified warbirds, which they destroyed.

Section 31 had accomplished their goals; they had the Klingon and Romulan fleet cut to pieces, the red matter in their possession, and assurances that the Klingons would retaliate against the Romulans, all to the Federation's's advantage.

The Section 31 operative in charge then allowed Kirk and his party to return to the Enterprise. Yuki Sulu, the other agents and their ships then disappeared without a trace on any sensors.

During the conflict with the Tzenkethi Coalition , Section 31 gave the location of the USS Leonov to the Tzenkethi when they discovered that the Leonov was about to receive orders to attack a civilian target based on bad intelligence.

The Leonov was destroyed, and over half of her crew lost. Section 31 believed that the loss of the Leonov was justified if it kept the Tzenkethi from escalating the conflict.

The agent that leaked the information to the Tzenkethi was eventually tracked down by the Leonov' s former second officer , William Ross.

The agent told Ross his side of the story, and Section 31's belief that what they had done was for the good of the Federation.

Ross made the decision not to turn the man over to the authorities, and Ross would work with Section 31 at various points in his career.

Chiaros was the only inhabited planet in the vast expanse of space known as the Geminus Gulf. Section 31 felt that the Federation would waste too much time and resources defending a strategically worthless planet, so they agreed to give the planet to Romulus in exchange for a list of Tal Shiar spies working inside the Federation.

What Section 31 did not realize was that the Romulans had discovered a sub-space singularity , a potential source of tremendous energy , near the Chiaros system - an energy source that Section 31 had inadvertently handed to the Romulans.

Batanides and Picard allowed Zweller to complete his mission, but took him into custody thereafter. At the same time, Picard, Commander Data , and Lieutenant Sean Hawk embarked on a successful mission in a stolen scout ship to destroy the singularity, and rob the Romulans of their prize.

Zweller was cleared of all charges and released on the order of Admiral Connaught Rossa , despite the objections of Batanides and Picard.

Batanides swore to use all of the resources at her disposal to bring down Section TNG - Section 31 novel : Rogue.

In , Section 31 agent Luther Sloan assigned operative Roberta Luke to the sciences division of the USS Voyager shortly before its mission to the Badlands in order to gain intelligence on the Maquis.

Luke was onboard when Voyager was transported to the Delta Quadrant by the Nacene known as the Caretaker.

Luke maintained her cover and kept a log of events for her superiors in Section When Captain Kathryn Janeway took in the disconnected Borg drone known as Seven of Nine as a member of the crew in early , Luke decided to take action.

Believing Seven's presence to be a tremendous mistake on Janeway's part, Luke reprogrammed one of the ship's spare bio-neural gel packs with instructions for the ship's computer to kill Seven and make it appear to be an accident.

She nearly finished programming the pack, but was killed before she could install it. Eighteen months later, ship's chief engineer B'Elanna Torres swapped out a defective pack with Luke's tainted one, and the ship's computer commenced with its attempts to kill the former Borg drone.

When the re-programming was discovered, Seven recognized the coding as one used only by the covert agency.

Seven had gained knowledge of Section 31 when she was in the Collective and an operative of the bureau had been assimilated, granting all of his knowledge to the Borg Collective.

The reprogramming was reversed when the ship's Emergency Medical Hologram , known as the Doctor , developed a bio-neural "vaccine" that re-programmed the ship's computer to resume its normal function.

VOY - Section 31 novel : Shadow. In , Agent Sloan attempted to recruit Dr. Julian Bashir , the genetically enhanced chief medical officer of Starbase Deep Space 9 , into the ranks of the bureau.

He had Bashir abducted prior to a trip to attend a medical conference and transported aboard the holodeck of an unknown Intrepid -class starship , which then recreated his life on DS9.

Posing within the holoprogram as the Deputy Director of Starfleet Internal Affairs , Sloan tested Bashir's loyalty to the Federation by accusing him of treason, arguing Bashir to be a Dominion sleeper agent.

When Bashir proved that his loyalty to the Federation was above reproach, Sloan revealed the truth of Thirty-One to the doctor.

Bashir was horrified to learn of the existence of an organization within Starfleet that made their own agenda and answered to nobody, and refused Sloan's offer.

Despite Bashir's refusal, Sloan continued to consider Bashir as an asset. Bashir, meanwhile, reported his experience to his commanding officer, Captain Benjamin Sisko , and to the rest of the station's senior staff including two members of the allied Republic of Bajor 's Militia , Kira Nerys and Odo.

Sisko ordered Bashir to agree to join Thirty-One the next time he had the chance. DS9 episode : " Inquisition ". Sloan manipulated Bashir into believing that he intended to assassinate Koval , Chair of the Tal Shiar , the feared Romulan secret police.

Bashir, acting on this belief, convinced Romulan Senator Kimara Cretak to access Koval's personal database in order to discover who would be acting to aide Sloan; Cretak was then arrested and tried before the Romulan Continuing Committee , and found guilty of treason.

During the trial, Bashir was also interrogated, and Koval and Sloan conspired to provide false evidence to the Committee that Thirty-One did not exist and had been created by Sloan to manipulate Bashir.

In actuality, the goal of Section 31 was to ruin the career of Senator Cretak, who had previously proven herself willing to risk the stability of the alliance against the Dominion in the perceived interests of the Empire and install Koval, who had become a mole for Section 31, onto the Continuing Committee in Cretak's place.

Their plan succeeded. In , Dr. Bashir deduced that Section 31 had engineered a virus that threatened to wipe out the entire species of the shape-shifting Founders.

Sloan chose suicide over capture, and Bashir was forced to resort to extreme measures to get the information directly from Sloan's brain before he died.

In mid- , Admiral Matthew Dougherty worked with the Son'a on a project on a world located within the area of space known as the Briar Patch , despite the fact that the Son'a had been supplying Ketracel white to the Dominion.

This alliance was attempting to forcibly relocate the local population of Ba'ku from the world in order to transform it into a source of regenerative energy.

Admiral Dougherty, who was killed by his Son'a "allies," took the fall and was branded as a rogue. Though Section 31 was never implicated, however, the cloaking-capable ship with a holographic interior, known as the Holoship , created to facilitate the plot came into the hands of the Kirk cabal , who would come to suspect the organization's involvement in the matter.

In April of , Bashir was again contacted by Section 31, this time in form of a man named Cole. Cole informed Bashir of a failed Section 31 operation on the world of Sindorin in the Badlands designed to breed a new strain of Jem'Hadar soldiers that would be loyal to the Organization.

The project went awry when Section 31's chief scientist on the project, a genetically enhanced doctor named Ethan Locken , betrayed his benefactors and used the project for his own plans of conquest.

Cole believed that Bashir, due to his genetically enhanced nature, was the best choice to bring Locken in. Bashir accepted the assignment.

In the end, Locken's own flawed Jem'Hadar turned against him, killing him. Bashir also theorized that Section 31, in an attempt to drive Locken to the heights of desperation and rage it felt would be necessary for him to agree to join the bureau, may have intentionally leaked information to the Dominion during the war, arranging for the New Beijing Massacre that claimed thousands of civilian lives.

This theory was based purely on circumstantial evidence, involving Bashir's discovery that Cole had gone undercover as Locken's friend and mentor on New Beijing , as well as Bashir's general contempt for Section Upon returning to the station, Commander Elias Vaughn , who had long struggled against Section 31 during his lengthy Starfleet career, recruited Bashir into the elite, secret cabal created by Captain Kirk to counteract the organization.

Tezwa had become a flashpoint of galactic events when the mad Tezwan leader Kinchawn attacked the Klingon Empire with Nadion-pulse cannons obtained illegally through the office of Federation President Min Zife.

Zife had assigned Jean-Luc Picard of the USS Enterprise to bring the planet under Federation jurisdiction in order to hide the origins of the cannons from the Klingons, not informing Picard or Starfleet of the cannons' origins.

Picard asked Ambassador Worf to obtain the fleets command codes, and in order to prevent war with the Klingon Empire.

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