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196

Ensign Ro

A Bajoran terrorist attack on a Federation colony has got everyone a little jumpy. Enter Ensign Ro Laren, Starfleet officer and Bajoran herself, who has been released from prison to help find the attackers. But what do the Cardassians have to do with all this? And why does Starfleet’s Admiral Kennelly seem to be keeping secrets? This week, Ensign Ro and “Ensign Ro” go into the Mission Log.

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