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  • The captain is Catherine Janeway and I like the fact that she often finds herself in various but precarious situations
  • After finding them unreasonable he decides to demonstrate that violence which often represented the Maqui way was not always the best method for every situation

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      Star Trek Voyager was first introduced to TV as a series in 1995. It ran for several years and then was replaced by Star Trek Enterprise. The captain is Catherine Janeway and I like the fact that she often finds herself in various but precarious situations.

      In episode titled ” The Learning Curve” Tuvok finds a former Maqui’s crew member repairing a gel pack that has failed without following


      star trek protocol. When he confronts him he becomes disobedient. After talking with Commander Chakotay and Captain Janeway they decide that perhaps they should offer a crash course in star trek protocols for the old members of the Maqui would be in order. They put Tuvok in charge of training the recruits. However they are not very perceptive to his training.

      Commander Chakotay decides to have a heart to heart with his ...


      • old shipmates. After finding them unreasonable he decides to demonstrate that violence which often represented the Maqui way was not always the best method for every situation.

        The recruits decide to give the training a try. As part of their training Tuvok has them participating in simulations on the holodeck. I particularly like the holodeck as it is sort of like a virtual reality game. I am fascinated by the prospect

        of technology that would allow some of the things they do in the show.

        After climbing up through the Jeffers tubes and running laps on one of the decks, one of the recruits is injured and Tuvok rescues him. That in turn finally earns him the respect of the recruits. This form of training reminded me of some of the stuff we used to do when I went to basic training for the army.




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