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The USS Bowie (NCC-597) was a Hermes-class Federation starship in service in the late 23rd and early 24th centuries. (TOS reference: Star Fleet Technical Manual)

Hermes-class class I scout starships
Hermes-class AeolusAnubisBatidorBowieBridgerCalypsoCarsonCodyCrockettDianaHermesQuintillusRevereSacajaweaSpakerTonti Seal of the Federation Starfleet
Monoceros-subclass AriesCamelopardusCanis MajorCanis MinorEquulusLeoLeo MinorLepusLupusLynxMonocerosPegasusTaurusUrsa MajorUrsa MinorVulpecula
Cygnus-subclass ApusAquilaColumbiaCorvusCygnusGrusPavoPhoenixTucana

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ST Expanded

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The USS Bowie (NCC-61477) was a New Orleans-class frigate that saw service with the Federation Starfleet during the 24th century.

The Bowie was part of New Orleans Wing 1, 856th Tactical Wing, Starfleet Eighth Fleet, spending the first two-thirds of the war defending Andoria and later often fought along the front lines. During the early part of 2374, it was commanded by Captain Scotos Connrosa. (The Dominion War Sourcebook: The Fires of Armageddon)


New Orleans-class frigates

Canon ships: Kyushu - Renegade - Rutledge - Thomas Paine
Other notable ships: Bonaparte - Bonestell - Bowie - Bunche - Coral Sea - Ford - Gloucester - Herbert - Hope - Indefatigable - Jefferson - Lisbon - New Orleans - Passchendaele - Santa Fe - Savannah - Seoul - Valencia

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