Spock, Vulcan male (ST-06)
Sarek, Vulcan male (ST-03)
T’Pol, Vulcan female (ENT-22)
Saavik, Vulcan female (ST-03)
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Watchtower-class starbase (TOS-53)
The Federation asserted its sovereignty in space space through a series of starbases, which could be located on a planet’s surface or on a space station, or a combination of both. This network of starbases provided a wide range of services; starbases could act as supply posts, recreation facilities, scientific outposts, trade hubs, and administrative centers. While all starbases provided each of these services, many were noted for their superiority in one or two specific areas.
|2||Station||Between Beta Auriga, Camus II; Near Betreka Nebula, Planet Q||Alpha|
|8||Station||Near Pollux II||Unk.|
|9||K-series station||Near Pyris VII||Unk.|
|10||Station||Near Gamma Hydra IV; near Bassen Rift, Romulan Neutral Zone||Beta|
|12||Station||Gamma 400 System, near Deneva||Beta|
|23||Unk.||Onias Sector, near Triangle border||Beta|
|24||R-1 class station||Klingon border; near Khitomer, Hromi Cluster||Beta|
|27||Surface||Near Klingon border||Beta|
|36||Unk.||Along Klingon border; near Krios, Ty’gokor||Beta|
|39-Sierra||Station||Along Romulan border; Kaleb sector||Beta|
|44||Station||Near Mariotian Sector||Unk.|
|47 (a.k.a. “Vanguard”)||Watchtower class station||Taurus Reach||Beta|
|74||Spacedock station||Tarsas III||Unk.|
|87||Unk.||Near Boraal II||Unk.|
|99||R-1 class & Spacedock stations||Unk.||Unk.|
|105||Unk.||Near Klingon Border||Beta|
|117||Unk.||Along Klingon border, near Krios||Beta|
|123||Unk.||Near Klingon & Romulan borders; near Iconia, Iccobar||Beta|
|129||Unk.||Near Alpha Majoris||Alpha|
|152||Unk.||Near Canopus System||Beta|
|157||Unk.||Near Acamar System, Triangle border||Beta|
|173||R-1 class station||Sector 23, near Romulan border||Beta|
|180||Spacedock station||Near Tholian Assembly||Alpha|
|185||Unk.||Approx. 2 years, 7 months from System J-25 at warp 9||Beta|
|211||Station||Near Sheva System, along Cardassian border; Dorvan Sector||Alpha|
|212||Unk.||Along Klingon border; near Relay Station 47, Veridian System||Beta|
|214||Unk.||Near Penthara IV||Alpha|
|220||Unk.||Near Tyken’s Rift||Unk.|
|247||Unk.||Near Romulan Neutral Zone||Beta|
|260||Unk.||Near Mar Oscura Nebula||Unk.|
|301||Unk.||Near Satarran space||Unk.|
|310||Unk.||Near Alpha Trianguli; Dorvan Sector||Alpha|
|313||Unk.||Near Guernica System||Unk.|
|328||Unk.||Near Barson II||Unk.|
|343||Unk.||Near Paulson Nebula, Triangle border||Beta|
|375||R-1 class station||Kalandra sector||Alpha|
|416||Unk.||Near Ogus II||Unk.|
|495||Unk.||Near Marijne VII||Unk.|
|515||Surface||Scylla Sector, near Epsilon IX Sector||Unk.|
|621||Unk.||Near Tzenkethi Coalition border||Alpha|
|718||Unk.||Near Romulan Border; Sector Z-6||Beta|
|Farspace Starbase Earhart||Unk.||Unk.||Unk.|
|Lya III||Unk.||Near Angosia III||Unk.|
|Xendi Starbase 9||Unk.||Unk.||Alpha|
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Chancellor Mirek (ENT-01-02)
Klingon Ambassador (ST-06)
A humanoid, mammalian warrior society from the planet Qo’noS (often transliterated as Kronos), Klingons first encountered Humans in 2151, when a Klingon courier crash-landed on Earth.
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Starfleet Academy (TNG-219)
Starfleet Academy Seal (TNG-219)
An institute of higher learning and training facility for Starfleet officer candidates, Starfleet Academy was founded in 2161 with the motto, “Ex astris, scientia,” a Latin phrase that translates as “From the stars, knowledge.” Modeled after military academies from throughout Earth‘s history, the Academy, located at the Presidio in San Francisco, classified its cadets — or midshipmen, in naval parlance — with rankings based on class seniority. Although admission to the Academy was open to non-Federation citizens, they required a letter of recommendation from a senior Starfleet officer, such as when Nog, a Ferengi, wished to apply in 2371.
In 2368, when Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D was asked to deliver the commencement address for the year’s graduating class, the occasion was marred by the loss of Cadet Joshua Albert in a training accident shortly before commencement was to occur.
Starfleet Academy cadets in the 24th century were typically organized into squads of approximately a half-dozen cadets. Although each squad was officially equal, the cadets in Red Squad were generally held to be the Academy’s elite students. Members of Red Squad received their own dormitory, as well as other privileges, in addition to special training. Because of this elite status, many cadets, including Nog and his fellow Omega Squad cadet Matt Decker, aspired to become part of Red Squad.
In 2372, however, Red Squad became an unwitting tool in Admiral Leyton‘s attempted coup of Earth’s government. Under orders from Leyton, Red Squad, commanded at the time by Cadet Riley Shepard, sabotaged Earth’s global power grid, which Leyton then blamed upon a Dominion attack.
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- 8. “Liberty.” Star Trek: Starfleet Academy, Issue 2. Comic Book. January 1997. Marvel Comics.
Starfleet Command (ST-04)
The operating authority for Starfleet, Starfleet Command was based out of San Francisco on Earth, though command facilities were also located on major worlds and starbases throughout Federation space. The Chief of Starfleet Operations oversaw a staff of admirals, each responsible for a specific region or division.
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There have been many ships named Enterprise.
Enterprise OV-101 (ST-07 Special Features)
The Enterprise OV-101 was the first Earth spacecraft to carry the name.
Enterprise NX-01 (ENT-01-02)
Enterprise NX-01 (ENT-01-02)
The Enterprise NX-01 (E60) was severely damaged during battle with the Xindi in 2153, limiting the ship to a maximum speed of Warp 1.7. Following the destruction of Earth in 2154, Xindi began to ruthlessly hunt down the remaining Humans. The Enterprise was one of only four Starfleet ships left, and escorted a group of some 6,000 survivors to settle on Ceti Alpha V. The Enterprise was destroyed in 2165, when the Xindi became aware of this final Human refuge.
Enterprise NX-01 (ENT-01-02)
The Enterprise NX-01 (E73) was from an alternate timeline in which the Enterprise NX-01 had been transported a century into the past; when it encountered its earlier incarnation in the Delphic Expanse, it was crewed by the ship’s descendants.
Enterprise NX-01 (Mirror) (ENT-94)
The I.S.S. Enterprise NX-01 was the counterpart of the Enterprise NX-01 from the Mirror Universe.
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 (TOS-61)
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 (TOS GK 33)
The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 (Alt-GK33) was the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701’s counterpart from the GK33 Timeline.
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 (ST-11)
The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 (Alt-ST11) was the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701’s counterpart from the ST11 Timeline.
I.S.S. Enterprise (TOS-39)
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-A (ST-06)
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-B (ST-07)
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-C (TNG-163)
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D (ST-07)
Galaxy class (TNG-101-102)
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D Dreadnought (TNG-277-278)
The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D was a dreadnought refit of the ship from a possible future timeline encountered in 2377 by Captain Jean-Luc Picard.
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-E (ST-08)
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-F (STO)
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-J (ENT-70)
The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-J was from a possible future glimpsed by Captain Jonathan Archer of the Enterprise NX-01 in 2153.
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A transitional station past Deneb in the Alpha Quadrant, Starbase Earhart served as a minor command post and replacement point for starships in the sector. Primarily a “hiring hall” for spacers of all kinds, its lurid and seamy Bonestell Recreation Facility was a great place to get a drink, a lover, a knifing, or all three. Ensign Jean-Luc Picard spent some time awaiting his first assignment at Starbase Earhart after graduating from Starfleet Academy. Picard picked a fight with three Nausicaans who had been cheating at Dom-Jot, and was nearly killed when they stabbed him through the heart; he required an artificial replacement organ from that day forward.
Located near the Cardassian border on the edge of the Badlands, this survey station was relatively well-armed, having suddenly been uprated during the Dominion War, though much of the base’s armament was automated and its military staff withdrawn after 2375, and Starfleet considered turning it into a supply station for expeditions into Cardassian space or even a scientific command post for voyages through the Bajoran wormhole. The science vessel S.S. Vico was assigned to Starbase 514 at the time of its destruction in 2368.
A medical supply station near Deneb, Starbase 343 found itself dealing with the Ferengi more than most Starfleet posts. Since Starfleet paid honestly, in credits, Ferengi anywhere in the region would take medical supplies, biological samples, or anything else that looked vaguely scientific there for resale. Due to the volume of traffic, the harried administrative staff couldn’t always keep track of everything, and the inventory lockers contained all manner of weird items “found on an empty planet” by Ferengi traders. In 2365, following the completion of its mission to Acamar III, the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D traveled to Starbase 343 to take on medical supplies for the Alpha Leonis System.
Starbase 234 (TNG-208)
A crucial strategic base along the Klingon frontier, located near the Triangle, Starbase 234 dated back to the Klingon-Romulan crisis of the 2340s. During the Klingon Civil War of 2367, Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D led a task force, formed by taking every ship in Starbase 234’s spacedock and every ship within a day’s travel from the starbase, to blockade Romulan forces that were secretly supplying the House of Duras. Not long after the war had concluded, the Enterprise crew met with Admiral Brackett at Starbase 234 before proceeding with an investigation into the disappearance of Ambassador Spock. Starbase 234 received a massive upgrade following the Klingon Civil War, and became a crucial liason and command post during the Dominion War; its spacedock could support an entire fleet for months.
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