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Vahklas - SEE:  Vulcan ships, Vahklas

Valakis - See:  Valakiians

Valve assembly - Component on a starship.  The valve assembly of the E.C.S. Fortunate was not
    functioning and Commander Tucker repaired it.
                                                              "Fortunate Son" [ENT]

Valve sealant - A case of Valve sealant was sent to Lt. Reed instead of the plasma coils which he requested.
                                                              "Broken Bow" [ENT]
    The valve sealant is kept in storage bin 3 on the shuttlepod.  Once they could get to it they used it
    to patch the small holes in the hull, by brushing it on.
                                                               "Shuttlepod One" [ENT]

Vanik (William Utay) - SEE: Vulcan, Vanik

Variable compression nozzle - SEE: Antimatter Injector.

Vascular Adhesive - A medical supply used for repairing daamaged blood vessels.  The woman from
    the deuterium facility wanted this instead of an osmotic eel.
                                                              "Marauders" [ENT]

Vasostimulator - Kov's father had a vaso-stimulator surgically implanted which is expected to extend
    his life a few years.                          "Fusion" [ENT]

Vega Colony - Human colony that was often visited by cargo freighters.
                                                              "Fortunate Son" [ENT]
    The U.S.S. Enterprise, under the command of Captain Christopher Pike, was en route to the Vega Colony
    at the time it picked up a distress call from the U.S.S. Columbia in 2254.
                                                             "The Cage" [TOS], "The Menagerie, Part 1" [TOS]
    Vega is the brightest star in the constellation Lyra (the harp) as seen from Earth.

Vega Reticuli -  During his vacation on Risa, while at the boat-restaurant recommended by Keyla,
    Cpt. Archer had an interesting conversation with a married couple from Vega Reticuli, who were
    celebrating their 300th wedding anniversary.
                                                              "Two Days and Two Nights" [ENT]

Vegetarian - T'Pol is a Vegetarian.         "Broken Bow" [ENT]

Velik - SEE:  Vulcans, Velik

Venting ports - the hull breaches and scorch marks around the hatch of the Axanar ship were at first
    mistaken for venting ports.                  "Fight or Flight' [ENT]

Ventral plating -  When they were in an orbital pod viewing the outside of the ship before the launch
    of Enterprise, Trip said that the Ventral Plating team should be done in 3 days.  Archer was concerned
    that the color match that of the nacelle housing. I'm assuming this has something to do with the
    polarizable hull plating that acts as shields for the Enterprise.
                                                              "Broken Bow" [ENT]

Verex III - An Orion slave processing station.  SEE: Orion, Verex III.

Veridium isotope - Type of mineral mined by the Malurians on the Akaali planet.  It is used primarily
    to manufacture explosives.                "Civilization" [ENT]

Veronica Lake - The German soldier guarding Archer liked Veronica Lake.
                                                                "Storm Front, part 1" [ENT]

Vic -  A friend of Sal who took part in the operation that rescued Archer from the SS agents transporting
    him.  Vic was arrested by the Nazis when they were looking for Archer.  Sal thought that he would be
    tortured.                                              "Storm Front, part 1" [ENT]

Viewscreen - It appears to be divided into cells, each designated by a letter and number...  A-4
    corresponds to the aft center view of the viewscreen.
                                                                "Unexpected" [ENT]

Virginia - Reed monitored a battle happening in Virginia.
                                                                "Storm Front, part 1" [ENT]

Voo-Sinteel - a red "spirit" traditionally consumed as the plume of Agosoria reaches its full brilliance.
    It is said to enhance the experience.     "Cold Front" [ENT]

Vorok - SEE:  Klingon Individuals, Vorok.

Vosk (Jack Gwaltney) - Leader of the most dangerous faction of the Temporal Cold War.  He was a
    fanatic violently opposed to the Temporal Accords.  Daniels' faction almost captured him but Vosk
    developed a form of stealth time travel and escaped into the past.  Vosk's time travel device had a
    drawback -- It was a one-way trip.    "Storm Front, part 1" [ENT]
    He arrived a few years before 1944 and was trapped there.  He was trying to get back to the 29th
    century.  He didn't agree with the Temporal Accords -- He told Archer that time travel is a technology
    no different than the warp drive - to be utilized for the benefit of all species.  And that Societies,
    and cultures can be improved through careful manipulation of historical events.  He thought that the
    mastery of time had allowed him and his race to perfect themselves and to reach their full potential
    as a people, vanquishing those who opposed them.  His faction once tried to eradicate the Suliban.
    They traveled into the Suliban's past, and altered it to prevent their species from attaining sentience.
    He was stopped by the Temporal agents.   He considered them an enemy that needed to be dealt with.
                                                                "Storm Front, part 2" [ENT]
    He needed to construct a time-travel conduit to get home, but was forced to use technology from
    the time period he was in.  In exchange for resources to build his machine, he rendered aid to the
    Nazis.  Eventually Daniels' faction located him, but it was too late.  He returned to the future
    where he and his people defeated Daniels' faction and launched an all out Temporal War.  Dozens
    of Temporal Agents in the many different factions stationed throughout the
    timestream were ordered to change history in an effort to wipe each other out.  Daniels sent the
    Enterprise NX-01 back to the point in 1944 where Vosk might be able to be stopped, but because
    the different incursions were causing paradoxes and turbulence in the timestream, Daniels himself
    barely made it back to 1944 and died while trying to explain the situation to Archer.
                                                                "Storm Front, part 1" [ENT]
    Vosk was killed while trying to transport back to the future.  Because of this, the Temporal War
    never happened and the timeline reset itself.
                                                                "Storm Front, part 2" [ENT]

V'radian - B'Rat Ud's  race.                  "Raijin" [ENT]

"V'tosh Ka'tur" - The Enterprise encounters a ship filled with Vulcans who are endeavoring to
    explore their emotions.  T'Pol calls them "V'tosh Ka'tur".  Literally it means: "Vulcans without Logic",
    but the Vulcan elders use the term generally to apply to any Vulcan which does not follow the
    ancestral teachings.  The captain of the Vulcan ship explains that while they experience emotions,
    they control them and have not abandoned logic.
                                                              "Fusion" [ENT]

Vulcan - SEE:   Vulcans

Vulcan Database - A database given to Enterprise in exchhange for them accepting T'Pol as an
    observer and representative of Vulcan interests on their crew.  The Vulcan database contains
    starcharts and other information on:
        Coridan                                          "Shadows of P'Jem" [ENT]
        Klingons (900 pages)                      "Sleeping Dogs" [ENT]

Vulcan High Command - SEE: Vulcan Government

Vulcan Star Charts - Part of the Vulcan Database .  The "Vulcan star charts" indicate the Vulcans
    have charted over 2000 black holes, but never one in a trinary system.
                                                               "Singularity" [ENT]


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