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Starbase 18 was an orbital Federation starbase in the Hamal system. It was constructed by the Hamalki, the natives of Hamal IV, and maintained a distance of 200 million kilometers from their homeworld. Starbase 18 was home to the Hamal Shipyards. An oblong space station, Starbase 18 was cigar-shaped and built with elaborate golden spires and architecture. James T. Kirk found the design very alien, styled with crystalline objects and mirror finish metal surfaces. In the 2270s, the station was commanded by Commodore Katha'sat. (TOS novel: The Wounded Sky)

In 2275, the USS Enterprise visited the station to be refitted with an experimental inversion drive. (TOS novel: The Wounded Sky)

During a period of heightened tensions in 2276, the starbase was provided with formidable weaponry and a large compliment of starships in anticipation of a possible Romulan invasion of its sector. (TOS novel: Swordhunt)

In 2278, the Enterprise again stopped at the station to receive supplies for the Vesta V Colony. (TOS novel: Deep Domain)

William Riker was aboard the starbase in 2360 when he received orders assigning him to the USS Yorktown. The Yorktown arrived at the station a short time later. (TNG novel: Ghost Ship)

Also in 2360, the USS Starbound visited the starbase. While it was present, the chief engineer of the Starbound told a group of Orions that the Starbound was carrying dilithium cargo, and informed them of the ship's intended destination. (TNG novel: Survivors)

In 2381, the USS Enterprise-E transported a number of refugees from the Borg Invasion earlier that year to Starbase 18. From there, the refugees were expected to go on to settle on other worlds, including Tellar. (TNG novel: Losing the Peace)

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Starbase 18 was a United Federation of Planets facility active in the 23rd century. It is located in the Alpha Arietis system. (TOS novel: The Wounded Sky)

This was the destination of USS Enterprise-A after departing Dianas in 2287. (Orion Press: The Dianasian Gift)


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