Archer, Kirk, Picard, Sisko, or Janeway, who had the best crew?
Best Starfleet Crew
"Picard... with Kirk and Sisko a close second and third."
I agree, of course Janeway's crew consisted of traitors to the Federation along with Starfleet officers, and one of the traitors to the crew Seska was a cardassian operative, the others Carey was jealous of Torres, and Suter was a psycho (but came through in the end). Aside them you have Seven who betrayed the crew while she was still mainly Borg, and Kes who came back all deranged blaming Janeway for ruining her life, well and the crew of Equinox. I think Janeway did great, though she did break the prime directive, temperal prime directive and a few other federation rules along the way. Actually, I'll give an order, Picard, Kirk, Sisko, Janeway, Archer, and in last place the often forgotten Christopher Pike
Captain Braxton ruled...
noone would dare fk with the USS Relativity NCV-474439-G
or Captain(? Admiral?) Daniels and the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-J
how would anyone touch the Enterprise J class for sheer bloody size...
it was larger than a Borg cube and could fit a Sovereign class starship (Enterprise E or below) inside it's 'dock bay' lol
Gotta love the Federation Time-Ships lol
Both Picard and Riker have their own maneuvers,
Worf was the first Klingon to serve aboard any Federation / Starfleet ship,
Data was the first android aboard any Federation / Starfleet ship,
Geordi was the first black helmsman... and didn't get pulled over by the police (he was also one of the best engineers and blind)
Troi was an empath and counsillor and married Riker
Crusher and Picard had history together
and Tasha Yar was killed by a black puddle in the first season
Kirk had his shirt ripped a lot.
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