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This ship has been our home, it's kept us together, it's been part of our family.
Captain Typhuss James Kira, 2379

The USS Intrepid (NCC-724656-A) (originally NCC-724656) was a Sovereign-class Federation starship, commanded by Captain Typhuss James Kira in the 24th century. (Star Trek: Intrepid)



The Intrepid was launched in 2378, the Intrepid was constructed at the San Francisco Fleet Yards orbiting Earth. Captain Typhuss James Kira assumed command shortly after the vessel's christening on stardate 5501.0. The ship was nearly destroyed on November 23rd by the Orions. It was rebuilt a few months later at the Antares Ship Yards in the Bajoran sector and the registry number was changed to NCC-724656-A. (Star Trek: Intrepid)

In service[]


Xindi War[]

In 2379, the Xindi and the Suliban attacked the Federation, forming the Xindi-Suliban Alliance. The Xindi later betrayed their peace treaty with the Federation with an attack on the Federation and their allies at Deep Space 9. 50 starships, led by the USS Enterprise-E, made the Suliban and Xindi fleet retreat from Deep Space 9. In 2383, a Federation fleet led by Captain Typhuss James Kira destroyed the Xindi fleet and starbase inside the Briar Patch. Later that year, the Breen attacked the Federation colony on Jestra V, signaling their entry into the Xindi-Suliban Alliance. The Federation and their allies have been fighting the Xindi-Suliban Alliance since 2379. In 2385, Typhuss and the USS Intrepid-A fought in the final battle of the war with the Xindi, the Battle of Kaleb IV. Having tried to end the war two years ago in 2383 which the war went on after that but this time the war was over in obrit of Kaleb IV. (Star Trek: Intrepid)



In 2380, the Intrepid became the first Starfleet vessel to successfully chart and explore a Mutara class nebula's outermost region. Over 90 planets were detected in the latter. A year later, a second nebula was added to the growing list. (Star Trek: Intrepid)

Battle with T'Uerell[]

In 2380, Typhuss and the Intrepid headed into a final confrontation with T'Uerell, a Vulcan who had been working with the Borg, inciting conflicts throughout local space, for two hundred years. Typhuss and Picard with the assistance of Admiral Kathryn Janeway and her old starship, the USS Voyager, met with T'Uerell and learned of her true intentions; she planned to conquer the Alpha Quadrant with the Borg. T'Uerell believed that everything she had done, including the deaths of many Starfleet personnel, have been for the greater good. Typhuss, Picard and Janeway attempted to convince her otherwise, but she refused. Janeway left the system and told Picard that she'd be back with some friends and ordered Picard and Typhuss to defend Federation colonies from assimilation. Picard succeeded, and then ordered that the Enterprise and the Intrepid be taken to Deep Space 9. T'Uerell and the Borg cubes made their way to Bajor and Deep Space 9 where Picard and his task force helped defend the Klingon and Romulan forces under threat of attack. With the loyalty Picard garnered, the Romulan and Klingon starships placed themselves under his flag. The forces engaged T'Uerell and her Borg allies and were victorious. With that, T'Uerell escaped with the Enterprise and the Intrepid in hot pursuit. T'Uerell fled to a star system with many Borg vessels, with Janeway noting that she would not be able to leave, because of all the ships surrounding her. After destroying a Borg tactical cube, the Federation/Klingon/Romulan forces, along with the Enterprise and its task force, engaged T'Uerell. After destroying the strain that protected her, all ships opened fire. T'Uerell's ship could not stand the intense weapons fire and was finally destroyed, thus bringing to an end 221 years of unending conflict. Picard heard T'Uerell calling out to him in her final minutes, though Picard could not tell whether it was the Vulcan or the Borg in her who was calling.

Borg supercube crisis[]

The USS Intrepid-A was one of the ships to respond to the Borg supercube crisis of the Alpha Quadrant in 2380. The Intrepid also fought the Borg supercube in the Slaughter of Sector 108. Captain Kira joined up with the USS Enterprise-E and the Intrepid joined the battle near Earth. The cube then flew into Sol to gather enough energy to spawn six smaller vessels which it used to hold Earth hostage to try and attract Jean-Luc Picard and Seven of Nine who it wished to re-assimilate. Both persons were on the Enterprise preparing plans to resist. They came to Earth with two plans; the re-activated Doomsday machine which, piloted by Seven attacked the cube, inflicting huge damage. Unfortunately the success was short lived and the cube soon began to absorb the Planet Killer too, infusing its impervious neutronium hull into the cube's own structure. Fortunately the second plan was also ready in Seven, the Endgame virus, which had been downloaded into her ready to infect the Borg with an insolvable problem should she be assimilated. As she was absorbed into the cube she sent the virus, but it was blocked by a firewall. She vented her frustrations in thought, and the Collective and Queen reacted, taunting her, but she fought back, and within the Queen Janeway reached out, and resisted, broke the firewall and allowed the cube to be infected. The Borg infected, attempted to solve the virus, causing the cube continually reconfigure, until the stresses became too much and it was destroyed.


Borg invasion of 2381 and Battle of Vulcan[]

In February 2381, during the Borg invasion the Intrepid, the USS Celsius and the USS Miranda and a fleet of Federation starships protected Starbase 74 from a Borg attack. The Borg began using the Azure Nebula's subspace tunnel network to invade Federation space. The Starfleet vessels USS Enterprise-E and USS Aventine eventually discovered this network, and called for an allied armada to gather in the Azure Nebula against an anticipated Borg invasion. While the two vessels were investigating the network, an armada of over 7000 Borg vessels entered the Alpha Quadrant through the Azure Nebula, destroying the assembled fleet of more than 300 vessels. The Intrepid and USS Voyager were the only ships to survive the Borg invasion force of over 7000 Borg cubes from the subspace tunnel within the nebula.

After the battle, the Intrepid was hurriedly repaired and was immediately assigned to a Federation fleet assembled at the Vulcan system in order to prevent a Borg fleet of ten cubes from assimilating Vulcan, Bajor, and eventually, Earth. Along with the USS Atlas and the USS Defiant, it was one of the first ships to open fire on the Borg fleet over Vulcan, destroying two cubes and damaging a third, beginning the Battle of Vulcan. The Intrepid fired quantum and photon torpedoes at the cubes after the Borg adapted to the transphasic torpedoes. After Erika Hernandez took temporary control of the collective and ordered the cubes to fight amognst themselves, the Intrepid joined the surviving ships to destroy the remainder of the fleet.

However, the Federation starships USS Enterprise-E, USS Aventine and USS Titan, managed to convince the extremely powerful Caeliar - who had inadvertently played a key role in creating the Borg - to dissolve the Borg Collective and halt the invasion. As a result of this, all of the former drones were absorbed into the Caeliar gestalt. The invasion attempt cost of 63 billion deaths and the fallout led to drastic changes in the political nature of the Alpha and Beta Quadrants, including an expansion of the Khitomer Accords and the formation of the Typhon Pact.

Following the Borg invasion the USS Intrepid was ordered to patrol the Kaleb system for 3 weeks along with the USS Miranda and the USS Celsius. Following the 3-week patrol mission the Intrepid returns to Deep Space 9 with the Miranda and the Celsius.

Three months later, as Starfleet prepared to send an exploratory task-force, led by Voyager, to the Delta Quadrant, Admiral Kenneth Montgomery ordered Captain Typhuss James Kira to join Project Full Circle but Typhuss turned down the offer because of the Xindi War.


Borg attack[]

In 2382, the Borg tried to attack Bajor but was stopped by the Intrepid and the 147th Tactical Fleet which led to the destruction of a Borg cube and a Borg sphere in orbit of Bajor. The cube was eventually destroyed in orbit of Bajor thanks to the intervention of Federation Starfleet Captain Typhuss James Kira of the USS Intrepid-A. Captain Typhuss James Kira saved Bajor from assimilation.


The Destruction of Deep Space 9[]

The year 2383 would prove to be eventful in the life of Captain Typhuss James Kira and the rest of the Federation as they adapted to the threats proposed by the Typhon Pact. While Ro was able to maintain relationships with many of her friends, she was constantly challenged by Prynn Tenmei and her new Security Chief Jefferson Blackmer, whom she did not trust. Further, Ro had to contend with threats levied against the station by the Andorians and the decision to allow Typhon Pact vessels access to the wormhole. The threats came to a head when the Typhon Pact launched an unprovoked attack against the station to hide the theft of Dominion equipment in the Gamma Quadrant. As the Defiant was attacked, several charges were detonated in the fusion core of the station causing severe structural damage and running the risk of the core breaching with the ejection systems offline. Ro remained in Ops, directing the battle and trying to save her station. Explosions were still observed to occur by the USS Robinson following its arrival at the battle scene. Mere moments later, the station was destroyed. While the majority of the station's residents were evacuated by the Defiant, several runabouts, and the USS Canterbury, 630 Starfleet officers and 461 civilians were killed. Despite the large figure, Leonard James Akaar felt that the number was acceptable given the situation.


Quantum slipstream drive upgrade[]

In 2384, the Intrepid was refitted with a quantum slipstream drive and completed a successful test with it, which utilized quantum slipstream drive propulsion technology, in addition to warp engines. The Intrepid got a new warp core for both normal warp and transwarp velocities, in other words the quantum slipstream drive.


Andor Incident[]

After Julian Bashir resigned from Starfleet and attempted to provide a cure to the Andorians for their reproductive crisis, President Pro-Tempore Ishan Anjar ordered Kira to stop Bashir by any means necessary. The Intrepid was later involved in a standoff at the Andorian border with two ships.

Despite a tense standoff at the Andorian border, Bashir eventually made it to the planet, with the assistance of Captain Ezri Dax and her crew, Captain Kira and his crew, in spite of the USS Warspite's special forces team attempting to stop them.

The Intrepid was involved in a standoff and fired upon by Andorian ships before temporarily defusing an extradition situation. Kira attempted to extradite Bashir from the freighter he was hiding on but the Intrepid took damage due to a concealed weapon system. Once Captain Kira had sided with Bashir in administering the cure to Andor, the USS Warspite and USS Falchion attempted to remove the Intrepid from the system. However, the ship remained in orbit of Andor for the duration of the conflict. Later after Julian Bashir was returned to the Aventine, Dax, Typhuss along with Simon Tarses and Sam Bowers assisted in getting Bashir to Andor, in defiance of the Federation President, the USS Warspite, and USS Falchion. After the cure was disseminated, Typhuss surrendered to the security officer, along with Bashir and Dax. (ST - The Fall novel: A Ceremony of Losses, Star Trek: The New Generation episode: Beast of Burden)

It is unknown who replaced Typhuss following his arrest and incarceration on Jaros II. Later in 2385 it was revealed that Ishan Anjar was long dead. Baras Rodirya - the man who had taken his identity during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor - was revealed to be working with the Cardassian group the True Way. Baras was personally arrested by Attorney General Phillipa Louvois and removed from office. Admiral Akaar was soon authorized by President Pro-Tempore Sipak to drop all the charges against Captain Kira. Typhuss was issued a commendation for his actions and reinstated as captain of the Intrepid. (ST - The Fall novel: Peaceable Kingdoms, Star Trek: The New Generation episode: Beast of Burden)

Alternate reality (2165)[]

In 2385, the USS Intrepid was pulled into a alternate 22nd century, the Intrepid found the Enterprise (NX-01) under attack by Xindi warships. During the battle against the Xindi in the Ceti Alpha system, the crew of the Enterprise were aided by the USS Intrepid-A, which had come from the future from the year 2385, and were able to fight off the Xindi. Hoshi Sato and Amanda Cole opted to stay aboard the Intrepid-A when it returned to its own time. (Star Trek: Kingston)

Rescue mission: Mikaela Banes[]

Later that year, the Aventine and the Intrepid were sent on a rescue mission to free Lieutenant Commander Mikaela Banes from the Orion Syndicate. Mikaela was rescued by the USS Intrepid-A and the USS Aventine. Mikaela was returned to the Federation. Mikaela was promoted to Commander by her former lover Typhuss James Halliwell and assigned to the USS Intrepid-A.


Ghost ship[]

In 2383, the Borg attacked and assimilated the crew of the Zeus. The USS Intrepid-A was able to rescue Captain Rivers from the Zeus and destroyed the Zeus in order to eliminate the Borg threat. In 2386, it was found out that the USS Zeus destroyed in 2383 was a fake USS Zeus. The real USS Zeus was located in sector 21087, it has been there since 2382. The Zeus was returned to the Federation days later.

Finding the IKS SuHDah[]

In 2159, the IKS SuHDah went missing in the Borderland. 227 years later Federation probes found the IKS SuHDah abandoned in the Borderland, over two hundred years old. Starfleet sent the USS Intrepid-A to the Borderland to find out what happened to the crew of the IKS SuHDah. During the mission, Chloe Sullivan downloaded the crew logs, the Intrepid got attacked by nine Orion interceptors, B'Elanna got the weapons back online. Typhuss fired the disruptors at the Orion ship and destroyed it. The relays ruptured and the weapons went offline. Later Typhuss downloaded the visual playback log and sensor log from the Klingon computer. Later the USS Kingston lead 5 Daedalus-class battlecruisers against the Orions, they were able to drive them away. The last one attacked the Bird-of-prey, then the ship evaded the Orion ship until the away team was transported to the USS Kingston after the Bird of-prey lowered its shields. Then the Bird-of-prey was destroyed by the Orion ship. It was revealed that the IKS SuHDah was attacked by a Der'kal warship. (Star Trek: Kingston episode: "The Discovery")


Hobus crisis[]

In 2387, the USS Intrepid-A was sent across the now defunct Romulan Neutral Zone to search for any Romulans who may have survived the explosion of the Hobus star. Typhuss met with mixed sentiments from the survivors. Some of them wanted to leave their homeland and reunite with their Vulcan cousins, others blamed the Federation for the loss of their beloved homeworld and some simply wanted to live out the last years of their existence in peace, away from the interference of the Federation.

Later General Worf leads a task force to stop Nero's quest for vengeance following the destruction of Romulus. The USS Intrepid-A also joins the battle against the Narada. The task force is quickly overwhelmed and the Narada fires it's advanced weaponry and cripples the USS Intrepid-A with a single volley. Nero demands that Worf deliver himself as a captive. Worf agrees, but uses the surrender as cover to lead an EVA mission onto Nero's vessel. The Klingons meets with initial success, while Worf makes his way to the command center to find Nero. Worf rejects Nero's attempts to persuade him, and is impaled by the vessel's Borg-enhanced mechanisms. Alive but only tenuously, Worf is beamed to the Enterprise as part of a ploy to lower the Starfleet vessel's shields, and is immediately transported to sickbay. Worf is still recovering from the wounds received onboard the Narada. Later the Intrepid arrives to find no sign of the supernova, the Jellyfish, or the Narada. Typhuss realizes that Spock knew he wouldn't escape and that Spock sacrificed himself to save the galaxy.


Mutara sector mission[]

Starfleet Command lost contact with Regula I after the USS Columbia was destroyed by a Elachi starship, Admiral Kathryn Janeway sent the Intrepid and a small fleet to Regula I in the Mutara sector. Admiral Janeway came with the fleet aboard Voyager. The fleet got a distress call from the USS Stargazer, it was under attack by Elachi ships. The fleet sets a course for Regula I using their quantum slipstream drives. Twelve hours later the fleet arrived at Regula I, the fleet engaged the Elachi ships and forced the vessels to retreat from Regula I, and reported the encounter to Starfleet Command.

After drving off the Elachi ships from Regula I, Captain Kira lead a away team to the station with Colonel Sarah Mackenzie along with Captain Chakotay, Lieutenant Commander Tom Paris and Lieutenant Harry Kim. Soon the away team came under attack by a Human woman armed with a Klingon disruptor pistol. Captain Kira ordered Colonel Mackenzie to use a stun grenade to stun the Human. It was found that the Human woman was Cheryl Anderson, Typhuss's ex-wife and the second woman was a clone of Xena. The Voyager officers returned to Voyager, Captain Kira ordered Mackenzie back to the ship with the two women and take them to sickbay. Mackenzie beamed back to the ship and later Captain Kira beamed back to the ship.


The USS Intrepid remained under the command of Vice Admiral Kira after his promotion. Later the Intrepid was at Deep Space 9 (II) during the peace treaty with the Xindi. The Aventine was also at the station during that time as well.

Technical information[]

In her original configuration, the Intrepid was 685.3 meters long and had 24 decks. She was equipped with twelve phaser arrays and five torpedo tubes.

By late 2378, the Intrepid had undergone at least one refit, including four additional phaser arrays and five additional torpedo tubes and including the replacement of the Captain's chair with the new mark seven command chair; with independent inertial dampening, safety restraints, and arm mounted computer interfaces. During the refit a dias raised one step above the main level of the bridge was installed to serve as a base for the mark seven command chair. The number of decks was also increased by five to a total of 29.

Sections included deflector control, stellar cartography, hydroponics (on deck 11), and one sickbay ward. Main engineering and sickbay were on Deck 16.

The ship could be controlled by a manual steering column located on the bridge. She was also the first Intrepid to be equipped with an Emergency Medical Hologram.

The Intrepid carried a newer design of shuttlecraft as well as numerous other forms of transportation including a warp-capable captain's yacht, the Calypso, and a special multipurpose shuttlecraft, the Iwo Jima. The yacht was installed as a part of the saucer section, and detached upon deployment. Other auxiliary craft were launched from two shuttlebays; one at the aft end of the secondary hull, and another near the aft end of the primary hull.

Crewmembers included those of the Human, Vulcan, Bajoran, Betazoid, Bolian, Kriosian and Trill species, as well as a Klingon-Human hybrid. (Star Trek: Intrepid)

Crew manifest[]

  • Commanding officers
  • Executive officers
  • Science officer
    • Lieutenant/Lieutenant junior grade Kell Perim (2379-present)
  • Transporter chief
    • Chief Tom Gibson (2379-present)
  • Chief engineers
    • Lieutenant Commander B'Elanna Torres (2378-2381) - Faked her death during the Borg Invasion of 2381
    • Lieutenant Commander Minara Jen (2381-2384)
    • Commander/Lieutenant Commander B'Elanna Torres (2384-2391, 2391)
  • Assistant chief engineer
    • Lieutenant Commander Minara Jen (2378-2384, 2384)
  • Chief of security/tactical officer/communications officer
    • Commander/Lieutenant Commander/Lieutenant Curtis (2378-present)
  • Relief tactical officers
    • Commander Danielle Lawrence (2378-2381) - killed during the Borg Invasion of 2381
    • Ensign/Lieutenant Junior Grade Jenny Sinclair (2381-2384)
  • Contact Specialist
    • Commander/Lieutenant Commander Hoshi Sato (2385-present)
  • Head of the stellar cartography department
    • Commander/Lieutenant Commander Nella Daren (2380-present)
  • Security officers
    • Ensign/Lieutenant Kira Hoshi Sato (2400-present)
    • Ensign Kelly Watson (2378-2380)
  • Chief medical officers
    • Commander Katherine Pulaski (2378-2381)
    • Commander/Lieutenant/Lieutenant Commander Karen Loews (2383-present)
  • Emergency Command Hologram (ECH)
    • Jay (2378-present)
  • Back up chief medical officers
    • Bob (Mark I EMH) (2378-present)
    • Jack (Mark II EMH) (2378-present)
  • Assistant chief medical officers
    • Doctor Helen Magnus (2387-present)
    • Doctor Valentina Magnus (2387-present) (alternate reality)
  • Nurses
    • Doctor Kate Murphy (2378-present)
    • Doctor Sarah Harrison (2382-present)
  • Operations officers
    • Lieutenant Alyssa O'Neill (2378-2399)
    • Ensign/Lieutenant Kira Hoshi Sato (2399-present)
  • Chief helm officers
    • Lieutenant Lily Barker (2378-2380)
    • Lieutenant Heather Wellington (2380-present)
  • Relief conn officers
    • Lieutenant Lily Barker (2380-present)
    • Lieutenant Commander/Lieutenant Tricia Jenkins (2378-present)
    • Commander Jadzia Lenara (2379-present)
  • Night shift flight controller
    • Lieutenant Commander/Lieutenant Tricia Jenkins (2378-present)
  • Astrometrics officers
    • Seven of Nine (2378-2380)
    • Ensign/Lieutenant Icheb (2386; deceased)
  • Sensor analyst/transporter chief
    • Lieutenant/Lieutenant Commander Tal Celes (2378-present)
  • Intelligence officer
  • Starfleet Intelligence agents/operatives
  • SCIS Investigations Specialists
  • Counselors
    • Lieutenant Heidi Hamilton (2378-2381)
    • Lieutenant/Lieutenant Commander Juliet Jurot (2385-present)
  • Assistant counselor
    • Lieutenant Heidi Hamilton (2381-present)
  • Counselor and psychologist
  • Captain's assistant
  • Marine detachment commanding officers
    • Colonel/Brigadier General Samantha Carter (2378-2384)
    • Colonel John Sheppard (2384-2388)
    • Colonel Sarah Mackenzie (2388-present)
  • Marine detachment executive officers
    • Major/Lieutenant Colonel/Colonel John Sheppard (2378-2382)
  • Marine detachment third officers
    • Colonel Sarah Mackenzie (2384-2388)
  • MACO detachment commanding officer
    • Major/Corporal Sascha Money (2378-present)

701st/ 201st squadrons (F-302s)

  • Commanding officers
    • Colonel John Sheppard (2385-2388)
    • Colonel Sarah Mackenzie (2388-present)
  • Executive officer
  • Third officer
  • CAG (Commander, Air Group)
    • Lieutenant Commander/Commander Kara Thrace (2378-2379, 2380-present)
  • Deck Chief
    • Senior chief petty officer Galen Tyrol (2378-present)

Hazard team[]

  • Commanding officers
  • XO
    • Lieutenant Colonel\Colonel Sarah Mackenzie (2378-2384, 2384-present)

Alpha Squad[]

  • Lieutenant Commander Jessica Williams
  • Lieutenant Kell Perim
  • Commander/Lieutenant/Lieutenant Commander Curtis
  • Lieutenant Meg Austin
  • Lieutenant Lisa Neeley
  • Major/Corporal Sascha Money

Beta Squad[]

  • Lieutenant Lang
  • Lieutenant Heather Wellington
  • Lieutenant/Commander Caitlin Pike
  • Lieutenant/Lieutenant Commander Tricia Jenkins

F-302 fighter pliots[]

  • Vice Admiral/Captain Typhuss James Kira (2378-present)
  • Lieutenant Sharon Valerii (2378-present)
  • Lieutenant Commander/Commander Kara Thrace (2378-present)
  • Commander Lois Lane (2378-present)
  • Commander Chloe Sullivan (2378-present)
  • Colonel/Lieutenant Colonel Sarah Mackenzie (2378-present)
  • Colonel/Major/Lieutenant Colonel John Sheppard (2378-2388)
  • Lieutenant Commander Blair Williams (2379-present)

MACO detachment[]

  • Major/Corporal Sascha Money
  • Major/Corporal Fiona Jamie McKenzie
  • Private Warren Woods
  • Corporal Sean Hawkins
  • Corporal Matthew Kelly
  • Corporal Grant Austin
  • Private Edward Hamboyan
  • Corporal Paul Richards
  • Private Matt Romero
  • Corporal Jason Ryan
  • Corporal Amanda Cole
  • Corporal Seven of Nine

Other personnel[]

Former Voyager personnel[]

14 former Voyager personnel serve on the USS Intrepid-A.

Mirror universe[]

  • Doctor Samantha Carter (2382-present)
  • Intendant Kira Nerys (2382-2385)
  • B'Etor (2382-present)
  • Lursa (2382-present)

Alternate mirror universe[]

  • Major Kira Nerys (2383-present)
  • Major Seska (2384-present)
  • Captain Ezri Tigan (2384-present)
  • Captain Jadzia Dax (2384-present)

Alternate reality[]

  • Colonel/Major Samantha Carter (2383-present)

Alternate timeline[]

  • Doctor Helen Magnus (2387-present)
  • Ashley Magnus (2387-present)
  • Doctor Janet Fraiser (2386-present)

Auxiliary craft[]


McCall class

  • T'Pol
  • Reed
  • Mayweather
  • Phlox

Type-9 shuttles

  • Archer
  • Orion
  • Tucker
  • Gallant

Type-11 shuttles

  • Sato
  • Challenger
  • Hera
  • Hermes
  • Zeus
  • Apollo

Type-4 shuttles

  • Copernicus

Flyer class heavy shuttlecraft

  • Charger

Type 18H shuttlecraft

  • SC-4

Type-17 shuttlecraft

  • Iwo Jima

Danube-class runabouts

  • USS Shenandoah (NCC-73135)
  • USS Valiant (NCC-38420)
  • USS Stalwart (NCC-49523)
  • USS Incessant (NCC-27703)
  • USS Dauntless (NCC-75654)

Jellyfish class

  • Jellyfish II

Captain's yacht

  • Calypso


  • F-302 fighter-interceptors
  • Viper Mark VIIs
  • Viper Mark IIs
  • T-70 fighters


  • F-302 fighter-bombers