The tactician's Collective ability (Advanced Psionics Guide, p. 53) states, in part:
A tactician can manifest certain powers through his collective. If a tactician power specifies one or more willing targets (or is harmless) and has a range greater than personal, he can manifest this power on a member of his collective regardless of the range of the actual power. All other non-range restrictions still apply. He may manifest any power with the Network descriptor this way, regardless of their actual ranges or targets. If he is capable of manifesting powers or casting spells from a different class (as is the case for a multiclass tactician), any compatible spell or power with a range greater than touch can also be used through the collective.
Say we have the psionic power Strike as One (Advanced Psionics Guide, p. 180-181). The power targets "you and one willing creature", but the Collective ability says that since the power has the "Network" descriptor, the tactician can ignore the actual ranges and targets.
If a Tactician does this, can they use this power on two other allies? Or must one of his targets always must be himself?