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=== {{ep|In the Line of Duty}} ([[1998]]) ===
 
=== {{ep|In the Line of Duty}} ([[1998]]) ===
  
General [[George Hammond]] assigns SG-10, [[SG-11|11]] and [[SG-12|12]] to find location in coordination with Dr. [[Daniel Jackson]] to relocate and secure the [[Nasyan]]s.
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General [[George Hammond]] assigns SG-10, [[SG-11|11]] and [[SG-12|12]] to find location in coordination with Dr. [[Daniel Jackson]] in the hope to relocate and secure the [[Nasyan]] refugees.
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=== {{ep|A Matter of Time}} ===

Latest revision as of 15:16, 31 March 2019

SG-10
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Geopolitical informations
Type Military
Scientific
Headquarters Stargate Command
Language(s) English
Out of Universe informations
First mention "In the Line of Duty"

The SG-10 team has been created in 1998.

Overview

The SG-10 team is the first of the second wave of SG teams created in 1998, following the reinstatement of the Stargate Program. This team, like most of the other ones, is a military-scientific team, assigned to explore new homeworlds and diplomatic missions through the Stargate (SG1: "In the Line of Duty", "A Matter of Time").

Composition

Former members

Evolution

"In the Line of Duty" (1998)

General George Hammond assigns SG-10, 11 and 12 to find location in coordination with Dr. Daniel Jackson in the hope to relocate and secure the Nasyan refugees.

"A Matter of Time"