|Name:||Kara Green (nee, Foster)|
|Affiliation:||United States Navy|
|Profession:||Combat Information Center (CIC) Officer (2014)|
Tactical Action Officer (TAO) (2015, 2017-present)
Deputy Chief of Staff to the President (2016)
|Rank:||United States Navy:|
Lieutenant Commander (2016-present)
|Children:||Frankie Green (son)|
|Played by:||Marissa Neitling|
|Seasons:||1, 2, 3|
|First episode:||"Phase Six"|
|Appears in:||1 series, 3 seasons, 36 episodes|
Kara Green (née Foster) is the former Deputy Chief of Staff to President Michener and a United States Navy officer that served aboard the USS Nathan James in the Combat Information Center under the command of Commander Tom Chandler. She is married to Lieutenant Danny Green, the leader of a Navy Mountain Warfare Unit team aboard the USS Nathan James.
In the episode Trials, Kara was involved in the testing of the antidote for the cure, and due to the symptoms she presented with, Rachel and Quincy discovered that she was pregnant. After the antidote was developed, she was injected with it, and her and her unborn baby are now immune to the virus.
In the season two finale Kara and Danny get engaged. In the season three premiere, it shows up that Danny and Kara are already married when Captain Chandler calls her "Mrs. Green". Kara and Danny now have a baby boy named Frankie, in honor of Danny's deceased friend Franklin Benz. In "Don't Look Back" Kara aids in the rescue of Tom Chandler's kids and the defeat of Allison Shaw by acting as a sniper during the standoff with Shaw's forces and taking Captain Chandler's kids out of the plane. She later introduces Danny to his son for the first time.
Kara grew up on a farm in Rose Hill, Kansas.
She was assigned to the USS Nathan James at an unknown point in time. She worked at the Combat Information Center (CIC) and after Lieutenant Commander Barker was killed made her the TAO.
Events of The Last ShipEdit
Kara volunteers as a human test subject for the vaccine. During quarantine, she experiences a seizure resulting in the discovery of her pregnancy. Danny later visits her and stays by her side until after the trials. She is later cured when Dr. Scott discovers the missing link in her vaccine. Danny tells Kara the news about her being pregnant. (Trials)
During the attack on Velleck's ship, Kara mans the Nathan James' guns again. After killing the ship's gunners and captain, Kara comments that "yep, I've still got it." (Endgame)