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Uss Enterprise, ncc-1701
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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.
Enterprise in TNG & Voyager The USS Enterprise appeared in all the movies and most of the series'. It is the ship that the characters usually ride in with the huge, circular… head and two jets to propel it in the back. There were many ships in Star Trek, Enterprise, Voyager, Defiant... the list goes on... USS Drake USS Fleming USS Wambundu USS Relativity USS Wells USS Denver USS Yorkshire USS Yorktown USS Zodiac USS Centaur USS Cortéz USS Enterprise USS Intrepid USS Magellan USS Republic USS Sarek USS Danube USS Gander USS Ganges USS Mekong USS Orinoco USS Rio Grande USS Rubicon USS Shenandoah USS Volga USS Yangtzee Kiang USS Yukon USS Thomas Calhoun USS Tuscany USS Robinea USS Tardis USS Scarab Flurnoy USS Yellowstone AeroShuttle Calypso Cousteau Delta Flyer WaveRider
His name is Jean-Luc Picard and he is played by Patrick Stewart.
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Captain James Tiberius Kirk.
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."
Set phasers on stun, energize, mr. spock. he has a lot of good quotes but you can look those up on like memory alpha.
He was Captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701.
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
Leonard McCoy (Bones) Deforest Kelly Uhura Nichele Nichols Spock Leonard Nimoy Pavel Chekov … Walter Koneig Hiraku Sulu George Takei James T Kirk William Shatner Scotty James Doohan
Medical shuttle #37
There are multiple possible answers to this. Assuming you mean "lieutenant" in the "second-in-command" sense as opposed to the actual rank (US grade O-3, for naval ranks), it… would have been Commander (O-5) Spock. The next person in the chain of command would have been Lieutenant Commander (O-4) Montgomery Scott. (Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy was also nominally a Lieutenant Commander, but this seems to have been a courtesy professional rank and he doesn't appear to have actually been in the formal command structure.) Next in line was probably Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu, the only actual "lieutenant" to be mentioned by name in the original series (as far as I can recall). Pavel Chekov was an Ensign (O-1) in the series, but had been promoted to Lieutenant by the time of the movies.
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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.
The original show featured the USS Enterprise. Other shows have featured other ships.