Boothby in 2368.
|Affiliation:||United Federation of Planets, Starfleet Academy|
|Occupation:||Groundskeeper at Starfleet Academy|
Mr. Boothby was a male Human, born in the Martian Colonies around 2260, who was employed as the groundskeeper of Starfleet Academy throughout the 24th century, starting in the early 2320s. (SCE eBook: Aftermath) (TNG episode: "The First Duty")
During his time at the Academy he saw many promising cadets go through the Academy, and would often be sought for help and advice. Among the many cadets he met were Jean-Luc Picard, Kathryn Janeway, Alynna Nechayev, Chakotay, and Arla Rees. (TNG episode: "The First Duty"; VOY episodes: "In the Flesh", "The Fight"; TNG - The Space Between comic: "An Inconvenient Truth"; DS9 - Millennium novel: The Fall of Terok Nor)
In 2370 Captain Picard approached Boothby to ask him his opinion on Admiral Nechayev, suspicious of whether she could be trusted while he was investigating a conspiracy within Starfleet. Boothby told Picard about the young Nechayev, but was not sure about her trustworthiness. He also told Picard about whispered rumours he had heard of "people inside Starfleet, a secret group that fights dirty to keep the Federation clean". (TNG - The Space Between comic: "An Inconvenient Truth")
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Boothby's Martian heritage was likely a reference to Ray Walston's well-known performance on the sci-fi comedy My Favorite Martian.