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|Born:||2421, San'a, Greater Jordan|
|Stationed:||Starfleet Intelligence Special Operations Section Eight|
|Siblings:||at least two brothers|
|Relatives:||Armen Teran (aunt), Armen Aldos (uncle), Kanril Torvo (grandfather), Kanril Shora (grandmother), Reshek Tano (grandfather)|
By 2454 Taryn had entered Starfleet and held the rank of commander. She was assigned to Starfleet Intelligence Special Operations Section Eight, Starfleet's top secret temporal intelligence unit, and worked closely with Captain Rachel Connor. At one point Connor saved Taryn's life after smelling that a man was about to shoot her.
Around 2454, the Department of Temporal Investigations detected a series of massive temporal incursions by the Borg AI One of One, stemming from a 4 January 2411 mission by USS Bajor against a Borg Collective installation on Delta-86017114-3, and Taryn was assigned to infiltrate the MACO unit on the mission and erase all Borg temporal research to preempt such incursions. She took the cover identity Belka Saris for the mission and traveled back in time. After convincing her commanding officer, Lieutenant Rachel Connor, to leave MACO Unit 131's usual computer specialist, K'tar, behind at the landing zone, Taryn, Connor, and Petty Officer Jose Luiz fought their way to the vinculum, where Taryn erased the information on time travel technology and attempted to make it look like it had never existed. She then downloaded the remaining data, but was electrocuted by a defense mechanism.
After exfiltration, Command Master Chief Petty Officer Kinlo discovered Taryn's deception, and Captain Kanril Eleya and Lieutenant Commander Reshek Gaarra interrogated Taryn, forcing her to come clean about her identity and explain her mission. Taryn compared the nature of time to a rope of infinite length, made of many possible strands and able to tangle and fray. She then noted that even though her own existence was now a matter of probability, she was happy she got to meet her parents in their younger years.