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Crew of the U.S.S. Vindicator NCC-1799Continuing my series of ships and crews I madeCrew of the U.S.S. Vindicator NCC-1799 by Knight3000
Next up is the 23rd Century
The U.S.S. Vindicator NCC-1799 is one of the last of the Constititution Refit/Enterprise Subclass to be in service.
Along with her sister ship, the U.S.S. Discovery NCC-1798, They both lasted into the beginning of the 24th Century.
Constitution Refit class History
In 2271 the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 returned to Earth after completing her historic five year mission. During that year, the crew adjusted to changes in the personnel. The most significant was Captain James T. Kirk who was promoted to Rear Admiral and became the Chief of Starfleet Operations. Captain Will Decker, son of the late Commodore Matt Decker, was given command of the Enterprise while Spock returned to Vulcan to start his Kolinahr. The Enterprise herself was undergoing a total refurbishing from bow to stern. While the Constitution class itself was very reliable, Starfleet thought it needed to be redesigned. The Enterprise was chosen to be th
Crew of the U.S.S. Excursion NCC-74316The third of my series and last of the 24th Century era.Crew of the U.S.S. Excursion NCC-74316 by Knight3000
The U.S.S. Excursion NCC-74316 is an Intrepid class starship and while her crew may be considered to be 'oddballs' by the rest of Starfleet, they do manage to get their missions done successfully and are all highly skilled.
Intrepid Class History
The Intrepid class was planned in 2369 when Starfleet needed a fast versatile starship that wont damage the subspace layer. The Intrepid Class is the first starship to have variable geometry warp nacelles that fold up when she goes into warp. This gives the ship excellent maneuverability in both impulse and warp speeds. Which will make their warp field not damage subspace even in high speeds.
The U.S.S. Voyager NCC-74656 is the best known Intrepid class starship commanded by Captain Katherine Janeway. She was made famous for traversing the Delta Quadrant after pursuing a Maquis ship commanded by Chakotay into that then unknown region. However a being called the Caretaker sent the ship 70
STC: From Romulus With Love: EpilogueSTC: From Romulus With Love: Epilogue by DrOfDemonology
San Francisco, Earth
May 8, 2270
Chinatown in San Francisco is the oldest Chinatown in North America, dating back to the late 1800s, and is the largest Chinatown outside of Asia. It is one of the city’s biggest tourist attractions, bringing in visitors from not only other areas of Earth but from many worlds across the Federation, as well as outside it. Even in the twenty-third century it hasn’t lost any of its charm and culture. Much of the architecture still looks the way it did as far back as the twentieth century.
Starfleet officers and cadets have a tendency to arrogantly regard San Francisco as “their” city because of the presence of Starfleet Headquarters and Starfleet Academy. But there are some spots in the city where Starfleet officers aren’t welcome; and this includes certain neighbourhoods in Chinatown. Here, even after four centuries, if you’re not of Chinese descent then you’re an outsider. Which is wh
Crew of the U.S.S. Envoy NCC-86100The second of the series of my starships and crews of theCrew of the U.S.S. Envoy NCC-86100 by Knight3000
23rd. and 24th.Century
The U.S.S. Envoy NCC-86100 is the first of the new Dawnstar Class that will replace the aging Excelsior class as the workhorse for Starfleet into the 25th. century.
Dawnstar Class History:
Plannings for the Dawnstar class began in 2350 when Starfleet was thinking of replacing the Ambassador and Miranda class for a more modern vessel. At the same time, the Galaxy and Nebula classes were being planned and the developers for the Dawnstar couldn`t agree with Starfleet on a conceivable design, so the plan for it was shelved.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy and Nebula were in their final planning stages and were being pushed forward and approved as the Miranda class was becoming too old even with upgrades and the Ambassador was in limited numbers as there were only twelve of the class made and was really an intermediate design for the soon to be superior Galaxy class. While the Nebula was going to be the replacem
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