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Jarek Davis was a male Romulan who lived during the 25th century. He served as a Tal Shiar operative, and by 2409, he had infiltrated Starfleet and attained the rank of commander. He served aboard the USS Khitomer as its tactical officer, and briefly on the USS Leviathan as its commanding officer. His ties to the Tal Shiar were later exposed by the crew of the Leviathan, and he was moved to a Federation prison facility.[1][2]

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Davis served aboard the USS Khitomer as its tactical officer until stardate 83245.3, when he was given temporary command of the USS Leviathan by Fleet Admiral Jorel Quinn upon Jason Fredricks' unofficial resignation from Starfleet. When Quinn contacted him about his reassignment, he was currently on a 126 day shore leave.

Davis was a bit uncertain of what his new position would entail and how long it would last. He also believed that Jason Fredricks, who he was replacing, was unworthy of being referred to as captain of the Leviathan. Davis, upon receiving command, wasted no time making his own revisions to the ship's "standard procedures." He refused to look over a duty officer assignments PADD and threatened to relieve multiple senior officers from their duties if they didn't cooperate with his methods of doing things.[3]

It soon became evident to the Leviathan's senior staff that Davis was a Tal Shiar operative working undercover in Starfleet. Realizing that his cover had been blown, Davis locked the senior staff in the brig. Soon after though, he was caught and locked in one of Starfleet's "secure prison facilities."[4][5]

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  • Davis originally appeared in "Khitomer Crisis" before its rewrite in 2014.
  • In both Star Trek Online and "Khitomer Crisis", he is simply referred to as Davis.
  • His name is pronounced as YA-rehk DA-vees. His surname should sound like "Davis" spoken with a French accent (similar to David when spoken with a French accent).
    • His name was originally pronounced as ja-REHK DAY-veez.
  • His given name is from the Slavic yaru, meaning "fierce" or "strong".[6] His surname means "son of David".[7]

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