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By the year 2367, Ensign Rager served aboard the USS Enterprise-D as a flight controller. That year, she was at the conn when the ship encountered a swarm of a cosmozoan lifeforms, of which Junior was a member. (TNG episode: "Galaxy's Child")
She was also at the conn when the ship became trapped in a Tyken's Rift. Lack of dreams caused her to forget how to operate the conn, so she was ordered to sickbay by Commander William T. Riker and replaced by Kenny Lin. (TNG episode: "Night Terrors")
In 2369, Rager was serving aboard the Enterprise-D when the ship discovered a Dyson Sphere. She piloted the ship out of the sphere by executing a 90-degree roll to slip out of the quickly closing bay doors. (TNG episode: "Relics")
Later that year, Rager was one of several crewmembers to be abducted by solanagen-based lifeforms and had several experiments conducted on her. Fortunately, she was rescued by Commander Riker. (TNG episode: "Schisms")
In 2370, the Enterprise-D rendezvoused with the shuttlecraft Goddard, carrying retired Captain Montgomery Scott. Scott formulated a plan to access the old logs of the original USS Enterprise and recreate the gravity slingshot that propelled a B'rel-class Klingon bird-of-prey through time to the past. Rager was able to pilot the Enterprise-D into the Arhennius star, roughly following Scott and the Bounty 2 back in time to 2293. (Star Trek novel: Engines of Destiny)
Rager continued to serve aboard the Enterprise-D until its destruction in 2371, and quickly signed up for a position aboard the USS Enterprise-E when it was launched in 2372. She continued to serve at conn and by 2379, Rager had been promoted to lieutenant. When Riker offered her a position as operations manager aboard the Luna-class starship USS Titan, she accepted. (TTN novel: Taking Wing)
- In the TNG novel: Death in Winter, shortly after the Battle of the Bassen Rift, Rager departed the Enterprise but in this instance as a newly minted Commander to serve as first officer on the USS Hedderjin under Captain Gilaad Ben Zoma.
Rager was on duty aboard the Titan when Melora Pazlar detected triquantum waves, a signature of transwarp conduits, and reallocated the sensor array from Tuvok to her use. She was also on duty when the Titan arrived at the Dyson sphere like object covering and hiding New Erigol, opening a communications channel which received no reply. (ST - Destiny novel: Gods of Night)
After the Titan entered orbit of New Erigol, Rager received and played the message from the Caeliar indicating the ship could not depart the planet and would have no direct contact with the away team. Later, when the Titan attempted to send a strike team inside the sphere, Rager was responsible for charging the inverters, even though the attempt was a failure. (ST - Destiny novel: Mere Mortals)
After former Earth Starfleet Captain Erika Hernandez offered to help the Titan escape New Erigol and the Caeliar, Rager was gently nudged away from the operations console by Hernandez, who programmed their deflector to emit a phase-shifted soliton field to control the subspace aperture. As the Titan engaged its engines, Captain Riker ordered Rager to divert all available power to the deflector.
When the Borg Invasion of 2381 came to an abrupt end by the Caeliar absorbing the Borg Collective, the sudden change caused a great flood of emotions. This flood most visibly affected Titan counselor Deanna Troi; Christine Vale ordered Rager to get a medic to the Bridge immediately. (ST - Destiny novel: Lost Souls)
In 2386, Rager was promoted to lieutenant commander. She also was heavily involved in the Titan's conflict with the Solanae, who had previously abducted her while she served on the Enterprise-D seventeen years earlier. (TTN novel: Sight Unseen)
|USS Titan senior staff|
|commanding officer||W.T. Riker • C. Vale||executive officer||C. Vale • D. Sarai||second officer||R. Keru • Tuvok||chief counselor||D. Troi|
|diplomatic officer||D. Troi||chief engineer||N. Ledrah • X. Ra-Havreii||chief medical officer||S. Ree||chief of operations||S. Rager|
|chief science officer||Jaza N. • M. Pazlar||chief of security||R. Keru||chief tactical officer||R. Keru • Tuvok||watch officer||F. Hachesa • T. Gibruch|
|USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) flight control personnel|
|Allenby • Anaya • Brooks • Calan • Clancy • W. Crusher • Dern • Farmer • Felton • Foch • Gates • Gawelski • Gibson • Graham • Halloran • Haskell • Jae • Karp • La Forge • Lavelle • Lin • McKnight • Monroe • O'Brien • Reel • Ro • Rager • Solis • Torres • Vasquez • Wallace • Worf • Wright|
|see also: engineering personnel • medical personnel • operations personnel • security & tactical personnel • sciences personnel • senior staff • unnamed|
|USS Enterprise-E pilots & flight control personnel|
|primary flight controllers||Branson • J. Faur • S. Hawk • K. Perim • S. Nave|
|pilots and flight controllers||K. Ayre • J. Brooks • Charles • Clarze • T'Ryssa Chen • Ku • Magner • McGowan • S. Rager • A. Scagliotti • S. Stockman • G. Weinrib|
|see also: engineering personnel • medical & counseling personnel • operations personnel • security & tactical personnel • sciences personnel • senior staff • miscellaneous • unnamed|