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The USS Concord (NCC-68711) was a Federation Freedom-class starship in service to Starfleet in the late 24th century. (ST reference: Star Trek Encyclopedia, TNG episode: "All Good Things...")


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Ships named USS Concord
Emblem of the United Federation of Planets USS Concord (Miranda-class)USS Concord (NCC-41776, Excelsior-class)USS Concord (NCC-68711, Freedom-class)USS Concord (Defiant-class) Seal of the Federation Starfleet

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The USS Concord (NCC-68711) was a Federation Freedom-class starship from the 24th century. (Star Trek Encyclopedia)

In the Ship Recognition Manual, Volume 1: The Ships of Starfleet the ship's name is spelt Concorde.

Colonel David Tiki's company were stationed on the Concord following their escape from one of the planets in the Chin'toka system with an ancient warship. The bodies of the Marines that were killed during the fighting were gathered and shuttled up to the Concord. (Star Trek: Swiftfire: "Semper Fidelis")


Freedom-class starships

Canon ships: Concord - Firebrand
Other notable ships: Alexander - Boston - Freedom - Virago

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