|Other media:||short stories|
The Titan NCC-80102 in the 2380s
Star Trek: Titan is a book series chronicling the adventures of Captain William T. Riker and the crew of the USS Titan. The series continues from the canonical establishment of Riker's promotion and new command in the movie Star Trek: Nemesis.
- Captain William Thomas Riker: Commanding Officer (2379-onward).
- Commander Christine Vale: Executive Officer (2379-onward).
- Commander Deanna Troi: Senior Diplomatic Officer/Senior Counselor (2379-onward). Transferred from the Enterprise-E with Captain Riker.
- Commander Tuvok: Second Officer/Senior Tactical Officer (2380-onward). Replaced Lieutenant Commander Ledrah as Second Officer, as well as Lieutenant Commander Keru as Senior Tactical Officer, in 2380 after being invited by Captain Riker.
- Doctor/Commander Xin Ra-Havreii: Chief engineer (2379-onward). Replaced Lieutenant Commander Ledrah as Chief Engineer after her death in 2379.
- Lieutenant Commander Nidani Ledrah: Second Officer/Chief Engineer (2379). Killed in 2379 in an explosion in Main Engineering.
- Lieutenant Commander Ranul Keru: Chief of Security/Senior Tactical Officer (2379-onward). Tactical duties made redundant after the arrival of Commander Tuvok.
- Doctor/Lieutenant Commander Shenti Yisec Eres Ree: Chief Medical Officer (2379-onward).
- Lieutenant Commander Jaza Najem: Senior Science Officer (2379-2380). Remained in the past of the planet Orisha, becoming the Orishan Oracle of the People in 2380.
- Lieutenant/Lieutenant Commander Melora Pazlar: Head of Stellar Cartography/Chief Science Officer (2379-onward). Replaced Lieutenant Commander Jaza as Senior Science Officer in 2380 after the latter remained in the Orishan past.
- Lieutenant Sariel Rager: Senior Operations Officer (2379-onward). Transferred from the Enterprise-E with Captain Riker.
- Lieutenant Alyssa Ogawa: Senior Nurse (2379-onward). Transferred from the Enterprise-E with Captain Riker.
- Ensign/Lieutenant j.g. Aili Lavena : Senior Flight controller (2379-onward).
- Cadet/Ensign Torvig Bu-Kar-Nguv: Engineer (2379-onward). Graduated from Starfleet Academy in 2380.
- Cadet/Ensign Zurin Dakal: Gamma shift Operations Officer/Sensor Analyst (2379-onward). Graduated from Starfleet Academy in 2380.
- For the full crew manifest, see: USS Titan personnel
|Taking Wing||Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels||April 2005|
|The Red King||Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels||October 2005|
|Orion's Hounds||Christopher L. Bennett||March 2006|
|Sword of Damocles||Geoffrey Thorne||November 2007|
| Destiny #1:|
Gods of Night
|David Mack||September 2008|
| Destiny #2:|
|David Mack||October 2008|
| Destiny #3:|
|David Mack||November 2008|
|Over a Torrent Sea||Christopher L. Bennett||March 2009|
|Synthesis||James Swallow||November 2009|
| Typhon Pact:|
Seize the Fire
|Michael A. Martin||October 2010|
|Fallen Gods||Michael A. Martin||July 2012|
The Poisoned Chalice
|James Swallow||November 2013|
|Absent Enemies||John Jackson Miller||February 2014|
- "Improvisations on the Opal Sea: A Tale of Dubious Credibility", by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels (short story in Tales from the Captain's Table, 2005)
- "Empathy", by Christopher L. Bennett (short story in Shards and Shadows, 2009)
- A short film in Star Trek: The Tour
|Star Trek: Titan publications and stories|
|Novels||Taking Wing • The Red King • Orion's Hounds • Sword of Damocles • Destiny (Gods of Night • Mere Mortals • Lost Souls) • Over a Torrent Sea • Synthesis • Seize the Fire • Fallen Gods • The Poisoned Chalice • Absent Enemies|
|Short stories||"Improvisations on the Opal Sea: A Tale of Dubious Credibility" • "Empathy"|
|Other Works||"Star Trek: The Tour" (Short film)|
|Star Trek series|
|Enterprise • Vanguard (Seekers) • The Original Series (Early Voyages • The Animated Series) • Challenger • Starfleet Academy • The Lost Era • Stargazer • The Next Generation • Deep Space Nine • Starship Trekkers • Voyager • Starfleet Academy • New Frontier • Corps of Engineers • Klingon Empire • Titan • Department of Temporal Investigations • Online|
|Series listed in chronological order based on the starting date of the primary era each series takes place in.|