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His middle name is Tiberius. And I'd like all you "fans" to note that Captain Kirk was not always a Captain. He was once upped to the rank of Admiral and therefore he lost th…e rank, forcing him back as a Captain. That therefore tied him with Spock as a Captain. (in the movies, of course). Tiberius was not the first Middle name/initial. In the 2nd pilot. 'WHERE NO MAN HAS GONE BEFORE'. Gary Mitchell(played by Gary Lockwood) creates a tombstone for Kirk. It reads 'James R. Kirk'. The 'R' has never been fully qualified. Later the show referred to him as 'James T. Kirk' but never gave him a full middle name. Not until ST6 did it become officially Tiberius.
Books In the James Bond novels he drinks a total of 317 drinks. His favourite drink is a straight whiskey (101 total) He has 30 glasses of champagne, and in "You Only Live …Twice" he has 35 sakes. The Vodka Martini tallies up a measly 19 totals. Only slightly over the gin martinis- 16. Movies In the movies, his signature drink is the "vodka martini, shaken, not stirred", but in the 2006 relaunch starring Daniel Craig ("Casino Royale" II), Bond first defines the drink (a "Vesper") then notably dismisses this as pretentious ("Do I look like I give a damn?").
Captain Kirk's nickname for Doctor McCoy is Bones!
Cpt. James T. Kirk's dog was named Butler.
Well, there's only one signature phrase that you hear in just about every episode. That would be "Scotty, beam us up." There was one episode where Kirk did say otherwise. "L…et's get the hell out of here." --James Tiberius Kirk, The City On The Edge Of Forever. Unbelievably, James Kirk never actually said the actual phrase "Beam me up, Scotty" in any of the voyages of the Enterprise; the closest he came was "Scotty, energize."
He was Captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701.
The James "Tea" Kirk contains: 3/4 oz Bacardi Superior (or other white rum) 3/4 oz Gin 3/4 oz Vodka 3/4 oz Blue Curaco 1 oz Sprite (or 7up or other Lemon Li…me soda) 1 oz Sweet and Sour mix
Uss Enterprise, ncc-1701
James Tiberius Kirk
In the movie Star Trek (2009) his brother is definitely older.
James Kirk was born on May 2, 1986.
In Star Trek
In the TV series no. however Red became a command color in the films, though it was more of a crimson, but it is still red.
If you mean commanding officer as in James T. Kirk's superior, it would have been Captain Christopher Pike. If you mean Kirk's second in command (first officer), it would …have been Spock. In the 2009 movie Star Trek, Captain Christopher Pike made Spock acting captain and James T. Kirk the acting first officer before he (Pike) was taken captive by the Romulans. Later in the film, Kirk provokes Spock to attack him, which soon after Spock is forced to relinquish his command due to being emotionally compromised. Kirk then assumes the role of captain, and Spock becomes his first officer. In the sequel Star Trek Into Darkness, Kirk is demoted for violating the Prime Directive and (now Admiral) Pike becomes commanding officer of the USS Enterprise. He then takes in Kirk and makes him first officer. Kirk later regains the role of captain after Admiral Pike was assassinated.
In Star Trek
I can't recall anyone being specifically referred to as a Lieutenant in the series. His second-in-command was Commander Spock (Commander is US grade O-5, Lieutenant is US gra…de O-3). I believe the next highest ranking officer was Lieutenant Commander (O-4) Montgomery Scott.
he was from england in the british navy