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The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-C) was a Federation Ambassador-class heavy cruiser in service to Starfleet in the early 24th century. In 2344, the Enterprise and her crew sacrificed themselves to save a Klingon outpost, and started the process of peace. The Enterprise-C had an illustrious service career.

Service History

The fourth Federation starship to bear the name Enterprise was commissioned in 2332 at Earth Station McKinley. She was under the command of Captain Rachel Garrett. (ST reference: Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual, Starfleet Academy novel: The Haunted Starship; TLE novels: The Art of the Impossible, Well of Souls; TNG short story: "The Fourth Toast").

Note: In the Decipher role-playing supplement Starfleet Operations Manual, the tenure of Rachel Garrett as captain was from 2340 to 2344.

In late 2335 or early 2336, first officer Commander Nigel Holmes was killed in a raid by Klingon renegades, and replaced by Commander Samir al-Halak. Al-Halak became involved in the Asfar Qatala cartel while taking shore leave on Farius Prime, and was later captured by Qatala agents who posed as Starfleet Intelligence operatives. These false agents then had the Enterprise dispatched to the Draavid nebulae cluster. There, the Enterprise discovered a disabled Atawhean colony ship. The Enterprise rescued the colonists and transferred them to the USS Blakely.

Alerted to the ruse after this rescue, the Enterprise tracked Halak to a dead pre-Cardassian world, where they discovered Captain Garrett's ex-husband, Ven Kaldarren, attempting to find a portal that would have been used by the Hebitians to travel from this world to Cardassia Prime. Alien entities then attacked the Enterprise away team, and Kaldarren sacrificed himself so the rest could escape. (TLE novel: Well of Souls).

On stardate 16883.1, the Enterprise visited the planet Zalda to initiate first contact with the Zaldan government. Commander al-Halak, Lieutenant Commander Darya Bat-Levi and chief medical officer Jo Stern took part in the landing party, but Stern took the lead in discussions given the Zaldans' aversion to falsehoods and appreciation of blunt honesty. (ST novel: A Singular Destiny)

In May 2344, the Enterprise was patrolling near the Klingon-Romulan border, when they received a distress call from a Klingon outpost on Narendra III. On arrival at Narendra, the Enterprise found the outpost under attack by four Romulan Warbirds, the Enterprise put up a gallant fight, but was ultimately destroyed by the superior numbers. Some of the crew survived however, and were taken prisoner by the Romulans. (TOS novel: Vulcan's Heart and TNG episodes: "Yesterday's Enterprise" and "Redemption, Part 2").

The Enterprise arrives into her future
Before the Enterprise's destruction, she traveled through a temporal rift to an alternate 2366, where they were discovered by the USS Enterprise-D. The Enterprise-C crew are, at first, eager to stay in the future, but after discovering that the Federation is facing destruction at the hand of the Klingon Empire, they decide to return.
A Klingon attack on both Enterprises leaves Captain Garrett dead, but Lieutenant Richard Castillo assumed command and took the ship back in time along with Lieutenant Natasha Yar. Following the battle, both officers survive and are taken prisoner. (TNG episode: "Redemption, Part 2").

USS Enterprise-C personnel

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Ships named Enterprise
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The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-C), the fourth Federation starship to carry the name, was an Ambassador-class starship. The Enterprise-C was commanded by Captain Rachel Garrett.

In 2344, the Enterprise-C was destroyed while responding to a distress call from the Klingon outpost on Narendra III which was under attack by four Romulan Warbirds.

During the battle, the Enterprise-C was transported to 2366 by a temporal rift. This created an alternate timeline in which a state of war existed between the Klingon Empire and the Federation. The Enterprise had taken severe damage to her warp nacelles and external hull, but 125 crew survived at that point. Her successor, the USS Enterprise-D, assisted in repairing the Enterprise-C, and the timeline was restored when Lieutenant Richard Castillo took the Enterprise back into the rift (Captain Garrett having been killed whilst in the future timeframe). (TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise")

It was initially believed that the ship was lost with all hand, however over two decades later it was revealed that a number of the crew had survived and were taken prisoner by the Romulans. (TNG: "Redemption, Part II")


Assignment patch of the Enterprise (NX-01) Ships named Enterprise Assignment patch of the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
Primary universe
Enterprise - USS Enterprise (CV-6) - USS Enterprise (CVN-65) - Enterprise (OV-101) - VSS Enterprise - HMS Enterprize
Starships
USS Enterprise (XCV 330) - Enterprise (NX-01) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1008) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-A) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-B) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-C) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) - USS Enterprise (NX-74206) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-F) (I) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-F) (II) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-G) (I) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-G) (II) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-G) (III) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-H) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-J) - USS Enterprise (JFAZW) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-O) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-P) - USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-R)
Mirror universe
ISS Enterprise (NX-01) - ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701) - ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701-A) - ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) - Enterprise (NX-1701-E) - ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701-O) - ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701-JFAZW)



Ambassador class heavy cruisers
Canon: Adelphi - Enterprise-C - Excalibur - Exeter - Gandhi - Horatio - Valdemar - Yamaguchi - Zhukov
Other notable ships: Ambassador - Annan - Argus - Baikonur - McKinnon - Christchurch - Churchill - Columbia - Corsair - Cortéz - Courageous - Cuxhaven - Cybele - Damascus - Finian - Hammarskjöld (I) - Highlander - Hillary - Horatio-A - Jamestown-C - Justice - Kadosca - Krotus - Maat - Mandela - McKinnon - Olympia - Reliant - Republic - Ruapehu - Soval - Thelian - T'Plana-Hath - Vicksburg - Wayfarer - Wellington - Wildfire - Winter Solstice
Star Trek: Shadowstar Station: Ban - Boutros-Ghali - Hammarskjöld (II) - Lie - Pérez de Cuéllar - Stormgren - U Thant - Waldheim
Trekmania: Adirondack - Altair - Bounty - Champlain - Columbus - Constant - Copernicus - Delta - Devane - Emphatic - Essex - Hercules - Holland - Kalmar Nyckel - Kismet - Marikidia - Mirax - Moscow - Murasaki - Norfolk - Norton - Perseus - Premier - Pride - Principle - Proxima - San Francisco - Smithson - Storm - Sublime - Tomcat - Toulouse - Tracker - Trondheim - Valiant - Venerable - Virginia
Similar designs: Ambassador - Niagara - Orion - Thoth

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