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The USS Constellation II (NCC-1728) was a Constitution-class Federation starship in service in the late 23rd century. She was authorised for construction on stardate 5960 to replace one of the original 13 Constitution class ships lost in the line of duty, namely the USS Constellation (NCC-1017).

(Star Fleet Technical Manual)

Service History

The Constellation was one of the vessels assembled to greet the USS Enterprise returning from testing the Inversion drive, a new method of instantaneous point-to-point travel that would render warp drive obsolete.

ST novel The Wounded Sky
Discrepancy note: In this book the Constellation is listed as a light cruiser and implied to be of a different class. Despite the entire tone of the book indicating it was set in the late 2280s, it is nonetheless a prequel to the Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages series, placing it in the early 2270s at the latest. As such, it can be argued that the Constellation reference in this book is actually referring to the class ship for Picard's Stargazer.

At the time of the Levaeri V Incident she was under the command of Captain Mike Walsh.

(ST novel Rihannsu:My Enemy, My Ally)
Discrepancy note: This novel as originally published lists the registry number of the Constellation as NCC-1017, causing some confusion (amongst many other things in this novel) as to the correct placement of this novel in the timeline before the series was re-published in the Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages anthology.
As such, it is unclear whether Ms. Duane actually meant a second Constellation had been built with the same registry number (as was common with novels of the time), or if she merely mixed up the chronological details and meant to use the original Constellation before Commodore Decker was in command.

In 2285, the Constellation II was under the command of Captain Carmen Ikeya. She was lost with all hands after coming out of warp too close to a star. It was later determined that the clocks on board had been running too fast, resulting in the navigational error that caused her destruction.

Admiral Kirk attended the memorial service for the ship and her crew, held at Starfleet Command on Earth.

(ST novel: Time for Yesterday)
Discrepancy note: The date of the loss of the Constellation II is at odds with the introduction of the Constellation class in 2275, as per Diane Duane's Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages anthology, which has 2 ships of the new class already in service.
USS Constellation personnel
USS Constellation (NCC-1017) AlamanzarR. ArmstrongM. DeckerGuthrieG. HowardJazayerli • Lawford • H. LitwakG. MasadaL. Rosenhaus • N. Shekele • SontorC. SooH. TakeshewadaE. Vascogne Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
USS Constellation II R. Cross • C. Ikeya • A. MacDougall • Raela hr'Sassish • I. Sasoaka • M. Walsh
Bonhomme Richard-subclass (Constitution-class mk II class I/class XI cruiser/heavy cruiser starships)
Refit with mk II engines KongoValiant Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
Built to mk II specifications BismarkBonhomme RichardCenturion (fm. Farragut II)ConstellationChallengerEagleEl DoradoEndeavourEssexExcelsiorHornetIntrepidKentMerrimacMonitorSaratogaWaspYamato
Authorized for construction AriDefianceKriegerLafayetteTori

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USS Constellation II (NCC-1728) was a Constitution-class heavy cruiser — part of the Endeavour subclass — in service during the late 23rd century. (Star Fleet Technical Manual) It was intended to replace USS Constellation.
In the continuity of Ships of the Star Fleet, NCC-1728 was named Truxton. In the continuity of Task Force Games, NCC-1728 was a Gettysburg class heavy command cruiser, Gettysburg.

Constellation II was commissioned in February 2275.

In mid-2276, Stephen Penik was looking forward to a transfer to the Constellation II. (Star Trek: Avenger: "Star Survey")

Captain Aya Nakajima was commanding officer of Constellation II ca. 2288. (Dockyard Review 2:1 (January 2290). Nakajima, Aya. "Comment: The Enterprise (II) Class.")


Constellation II was also a chapter of Starfleet International.

Constitution class heavy cruisers
Original Constitution class ships: Constellation - Constitution - Enterprise (mirror) - Enterprise - Excalibur - Exeter - Farragut - Hood - Intrepid (NCC-1631) - Intrepid (NCC-1708) - Kongo - Lexington - Potemkin - Republic - Yorktown
Other notable ships: Agincourt - Ahwahnee - Alexander - Arcturus (Shadowstar) - Arcturus - Arcturus-A - Asimov - Challenger (NCC-1745) - Constituton-A - Cumberland - ISS Defiance - Emden - Glory - Indomitable - Isshasshte - John F. Kennedy - John Paul Jones - Justice - Lubien - Niagara - Oceanic - Olympus Mons - Ortisei - Pathfinder - Surak - Tao Feng - Townshend - Trojan - Valley Forge - Zimbabwe
Starfleet International: Achernar - Alam'ak - Altair - Antares - Ari - Armageddon - Arcturus (NCC-1807) - Arcturus (NCC-1985) - Asimov - Challenger (NCC-1676) - Challenger (NCC-1676-A) - Constellation (NCC-1728) - Constitution - Czar'ak - Czar'ak-A - Daniel Soule - Defiance - Eagle (NCC-1719) - Essex - Europe - Excalibur - Exeter (NX-1706) - Farragut-A - Heimdal - Hood (NCC-1707) - Horizon-A - Hornet - Intrepid II - Jamestown - Jupiter - Kasimar - Kestral - K'hotan - Kitty Hawk - Lexington - ISS Lexington - Maat - Maelstrom - Mengen - Ndele - Paegan - Potemkin - Republic - Riverside - Sol - ISS Thunderwolf - Tikopai - Tulan - Vindicator - Wasp - Yorktown (NCC-1704)
The Starfleet Museum: Argus - Ari - Ark Royal - Arromanches - Bonaventure - Bonhomme Richard - Bunker Hill - Clemenceau - De Gaulle - El Dorado - Foch - Glory - Hornet - Implacable - Jeanne D'Arc - Kiev - Krieger - Lafayette - Lion - Magnificent - Minsk - Monitor - Ranger - Saratoga - Shokaku - Theseus - Tori - Triumph - Valiant - Vikrant - Virginia - Warrior - Wasp - Zuikaku
Trekmania: Agamemnon - Ajax - America - Anchorage - Atlantis - Cochrane - Constantinople - Daystrom - Gagarin - Galaxy - Halcyon - Hera - Icarus - Iridon - Liberty - London - New Orleans - Pacific - Pioneer - Prospector - Retainer - Shield - Swift - Sydney - Trident - Venture - Visionary - Wellington
Modified: Cantabrian - Challenger (NCC-1676) - Challenger-A - Daedalus - Enterprise - Enterprise-A - Gibraltar - Intrepid (NCC-1708) - Intrepid II - Lexington - Spectre - Kierkegaard (NCC-1855)
See also: Achernar - Bismarck - Bonhomme Richard - Byrd - Constitution - Constitution (II) - Endeavour - Enterprise - Enterprise (II) - George Washington - Gettysburg - Irreverence - Kirov - New Jersey - Nimitz - Tikopai - Vincennes

External link

  • Rosenzweig, Alex. Star Trek: Avenger: "Star Survey"


  • Dockyard Review 2:1 (January 2290)

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