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Eva Privette was a Starfleet officer on active duty in the late 23rd and early 24th centuries. (Starship Tristan: "A Look in the Mirror", "Distant Echoes (Part 1)", "Distant Echoes (Part 2)", "Repercussions (Part 1)", "Repercussions (Part 2)", "Reclamation (Chapter 1)", "Reclamation (Chapter 2)", "36 Hours"; Project Potemkin: "The Castaway")

Privette, as a lieutenant, was posted to the Constellation-class cruiser USS Tristan in the dual role of colonial operations officer and tactical officer in the late 2290s.

In 2300, Privette was promoted to lieutenant commander and repositioned as executive officer. (Starship Tristan: "Sepulchre", "Pride and Prejudice") She later succeeded Captain Christian Walker as commanding officer. (Starship Tristan: "A Look in the Mirror")

Privette was part of a board of inquiry at Starbase 211 in 2305. ("The Castaway")

Family and early life[]

Lieutenant Eva Privette, colonial operations officer, USS Tristan

Privette was a native of Zebulon IX, a Class M planet near the periphery of the Sagittarius Arm of the galaxy. Zebulon was home to non-humanoids, non-Terran humanoids, and humans. She was trained to intervene between beings at different technology levels, and was proficient at creating an atmosphere of camaraderie betweem colonists and Starfleet personnel. Privette had a brother, Victor Carson Privette, who had died many years ago of Osborne's Syndrome while she was at Starfleet Academy. (Starship Tristan: "Distant Echoes (Part 1)", "Distant Echoes (Part 2)")

Senior officers of the starships Tristan
CO XO Colonial OPS TAC HELM NAV SCI ENG COMM SEC CMO
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Walker | Privette Privette Privette Privette | Valin Loth | Kitain Johnson Larsen | T'Noshi Mycroft H'Ressa Asherah | Ramus Anderson | Gray
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