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The ship has a crew compliment of 141 as stated in the specs. They also pick up some Maquis on their way and a few alien species from the Delta quadrant.

How many of the crewmen of Voyager have died during their missions to come back to federation space?

EDIT:

I am not interested in the total number of crew. I am interested in how many "passangers" of Voyager get killed in total.

  • Strongly linked to scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/50887/… – user45485 Oct 3 '16 at 7:55
  • I dont care what the total is in the end, as that is so inconsistent and freaky that it can never be fully answered. the crew got bolstered by Markis, borg, ocampa, (whatever neelix is) etc. almost the entire senior staff was also killed off in the first episode. there are a lot of on-screen deaths. and in later seasons also a lot of additions to the crew. (birth beeing one of em) – Cherubel Oct 3 '16 at 8:33
  • Before you edited your question you specifically asked "how many make it back". That one was strongly linked to the link I gave. – user45485 Oct 3 '16 at 8:49
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    In at least three timelines, the answer is "all of them". – Valorum Oct 3 '16 at 9:00
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    @LightnessRacesinOrbit If we consider Q's son as a "passenger" then that is not necessarily true. – user45485 Oct 4 '16 at 9:52
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At least 43

There's an easy-to-find list of casualties on Memory Alpha, with a specific section for Voyager. There are 27 on-screen deaths and directly below that are five bullet points with off-screen deaths.

I've counted both the "astrogation department" and "entire medical staff" as two (or more) each, making the number of off-screen deaths 15 or more.

And then there is, of course, little Naomi Wildman.

A total of at least 43.

  • Who could forget those who "died" in a metaphysical sense but were never actually pronounced deceased. RIP Tuvix and alternate reality Harry Kim, you will be missed! – Kalamane Oct 7 '16 at 14:40
  • In the episode deadlock the entire crew dies, this is NOT a time travel episode so it was never 'undone', at the time of duplication the voyager crew count doubled and the self destruct killed all but 2 of them. So technically the whole crew died and stayed dead by the end of that episode drastically increasing the body count. (Tom Riker from TNG was classed as alive and a separate entity from the original when duplicated so the whole crew also share that status) +1 though – Matt Jan 6 at 15:07

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