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The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) was a Federation Sovereign-class heavy explorer starship. She was commissioned in 2372 under the command of Captain Morgan Bateson, who supervised the vessel's construction. The vessel was originally designated as the USS Honorius, but was redesignated as Enterprise following the destruction of the USS Enterprise-D at Veridian III in 2371. In 2373, Captain Jean-Luc Picard was assigned as the Enterprise's commanding officer. Under his command, the Enterprise was a participant in defeating the Borg in 2373 and disrupting the plans of the Son'a in 2375. Enterprise-E had an illustrious service career. (SCE eBook: The Future Begins, TNG novel: Ship of the Line, ST roleplay module: Starfleet Operations Manual)
Stardate: Unknown (early in 2372) During the Enterprise's shakedown cruise, Captain Morgan Bateson was temporarily assigned command. Shortly after assuming this position, he defied Starfleet orders in an effort to strike at the heart of the newly aggressive Klingon Empire; the ship was commandeered from his control and used against the Cardassian Union. The vessel was later recovered and transferred to the command of Captain Jean-Luc Picard. (TNG novel: Ship of the Line)
Not long afterward, the Enterprise engaged in a war games exercise with the USS Samson in the Pantera Nebula. During these exercises, the Samson was infiltrated and destroyed by a rogue Changeling, which then transferred aboard the Enterprise. Captain Picard and crew were eventually able to force it off the ship. (TNG eBook: Slings and Arrows: A Sea of Troubles)
Stardate: c. 49460 In the aftermath of the bombing of the Antwerp Conference in mid-2372, the Enterprise was charged with transporting a team of explosive experts to a number of key Starfleet facilities, including Deep Space 9 and Starbase 375. These experts discovered co-conspirators in Admiral James Leyton's attempted coup on Earth. One of these experts, Lieutenant Padraig Daniels, was offered the position of Enterprise chief of security. (TNG eBook: Slings and Arrows: The Oppressor's Wrong)
Stardate: Unknown (late 2372) The Enterprise was struck by a mysterious epidemic while they were transporting an envoy from the planet Kendaray to a summit on Denobula Triaxa. (TNG eBook: Slings and Arrows: That Sleep of Death)
Stardate: Unknown (early 2373) The Enterprise was called to Earth by the newly inaugurated Federation President Min Zife. He charged Picard and Captain Benjamin Sisko with a mission that aimed to reopen negotiations with the Klingon Empire, which had withdrawn from the Khitomer Accords over a year earlier. (TNG - Slings and Arrows eBook: Enterprises of Great Pitch and Moment)
Stardate: 50368.0 The Enterprise was dispatched to the planet Chiaros IV in the desolate expanse known as the Geminus Gulf to prevent the region from falling under the control of the Romulan Star Empire. There, Captain Picard and Lieutenant Sean Hawk discovered the existence of the rogue Starfleet covert operations division known as Section 31. (TNG novel: Rogue)
Stardate 50893.5 While a Federation armada assembled to face a Borg attack in the Typhon Expanse, the Enterprise was assigned to patrol the Romulan Neutral Zone. In contravention of his orders, Picard ordered the ship to Earth, where it played an instrumental role in defeating the Borg attack. Immediately after blunting the main Borg assault, the Enterprise traveled to Earth's past to prevent the Borg from changing history. (TNG movie: First Contact).
Stardate: c. 50910 Soon after, the Enterprise was assigned to patrol near sector 221G, home of the recently fallen Thallonian Empire. The ship's crew catalogued the terrible refugee situation caused by the failure of the Thallonian infrastructure. Shortly thereafter, Admiral Alynna Nechayev dispatched Picard and the Enterprise to convince former Starfleet officer Mackenzie Calhoun to return to Starfleet as captain of the USS Excalibur, assigned to assist the needy inhabitants of Sector 221-G. (NF novel: House of Cards)
Stardate: 51405.9 The Enterprise was dispatched to investigate a mysterious incident in a lab on the planet Galor IV attempting to re-create the work of Commander Data's creator Noonien Soong. During the course of the investigation, Data unraveled a mystery that revealed much to him about the history of androids in the galaxy. (TNG novel: Immortal Coil)
Stardate: Unknown The Enterprise was ordered to the homeworld of the Gorn, where Picard attempted to recruit the lizard-like race into joining in the war against the Dominion. (TNG comic: "The Gorn Crisis")
Stardate: Unknown (late 2374) The Enterprise was dispatched to Betazed to liberate the planet from the Dominion. Assisted by Commander Elias Vaughn of Starfleet Intelligence, Counselor Deanna Troi made some of the most difficult decisions of her life to save her home. (TNG novel: The Battle of Betazed)
Stardate: c. 53000 The Enterprise traveled to the artificial planet called Gemworld, home of Elaysian Lieutenant Melora Pazlar, who had received a telepathic distress cry from her homeworld. Once there, the Enterprise crew strived to find a way to keep the world, home to six different species, from destroying itself. (TNG novel: Gemworld)
Stardate: c. 53040 When a series of warp drive "dead zones" appeared throughout the Milky Way Galaxy, the Enterprise found itself enmeshed in a situation with galaxy-wide ramifications. An investigation of the dead zones revealed that the disturbance was not only galaxy-wide, but multiversal as well. After accidentally accelerating the process, in effect dooming the Milky Way, Picard ordered the Enterprise sacrificed to destroy the source of the threat, an energy sphere in the Caltiscan system. Fortunately for the Picard of this universe, the Picards of four other universes destroyed their Enterprises first, ending the threat and making his Enterprise's sacrifice unnecessary. (TNG novel: Maximum Warp)
Stardate: c. 53260 The Enterprise was assigned to search the Badlands with Commander Elias Vaughn in response to a rumored Breen presence. After an encounter with a derelict Cardassian freighter, Vaughn discovered a lost Bajoran Orb of the Prophets. The Enterprise proceeded to Starbase Deep Space 9 in the Bajor system to return the orb to its rightful owners. (DS9 novel: Avatar).
Stardate: 53300.0 The Enterprise returned to Earth in the shadow of the Iconian Gateways Crisis. It was quickly assigned to help unite the various powers of the Alpha Quadrant in dealing with the aliens who claimed to be the mysterious Iconians. (TNG novel: Doors Into Chaos, novella: The Other Side)
Stardate: 53460.0 The Enterprise was dispatched to Narendra III along with Captain Klag and the Klingon vessel IKS Gorkon in response to the discovery of the last of the infamous Malkus Artifacts. (novel: The Brave and the Bold book two)
Stardate: Unknown The Enterprise was dispatched to rein in the renegade Captain Calhoun from attacking Federation member the Selelvians. After confronting Calhoun and the Excalibur, Picard helped Calhoun expose Selelvian manipulation of the Federation. (NF novel: Stone and Anvil)
Stardate: Unknown Six months after the kidnapping of elderly scientist Carol Marcus, co-creator of the Genesis Effect, a deadly new variant of the effect was detected in a wave that had destroyed several inhabited Federation worlds and was expanding and gaining speed. The Enterprise was dispatched to carry out emergency evacuation efforts, during which it encountered a shuttlecraft carrying Dr Leah Brahms and a grizzled old Klingon named Maltz, who were attempting to warn worlds of the impending disaster.
The Enterprise's crew managed eventually to stop the wave, and Brahms and Maltz tracked down the source of the wave to the region known as the Boneyard. They discovered the Moss Creatures that had set off the wave in order to re-make worlds so that they can be colonized by their species. Maltz and Dr Marcus both died in the explosion that destroyed the Moss Creatures base. (TNG novel: The Genesis Wave)
Stardate: Unknown The Enterprise had just completed repairs at Starbase 302 when a portable version of the Genesis Device fell into the hands of a zealous Bajoran Vedek named Yorka, who believed it to be "The Orb of Life", one of the Bajoran Orbs of the Prophets. The Enterprise closed with Yorka and confiscated the device on the planet Solosos III. (TNG novel: The Genesis Wave)
Soon after, the Enterprise was dispatched to the planet Aluwna, a planet transformed by the Genesis Wave whose population had survived the wave by dematerializing in a series of Transporter satellites. Once there, they assisted a group of Klingons, that included Ambassador Worf and his son, Alexander Rozhenko, and humans, that included Dr. Leah Brahms, in facing the dangers of the transformed world and restoring its population from the satellites. (TNG novel: Genesis Force)
After an encounter with a shape-shifting Demon Ship, the loss of the USS Juno with all hands, and a diplomatic incident with the Ontailians, Captain Picard's competence was called into question, and he was relieved of command. Commander Riker then commanded the Enterprise back to Rashanar and found the evidence needed to clear Picard. (TNG novel: A Time to Be Born]], TNG novel: A Time to Die)
Stardate: Unknown In poor favor with Starfleet Command, the Enterprise was ordered to investigate a 200 year old distress signal sent by the Dokaalan. Starfleet expected the race to be long doomed, as the Dokalaan homeworld was breaking apart at the time of the signal.
To their surprise, the Enterprise's crew discovered that the Dokalaan had saved a portion of their population aboard a series of asteroid outposts, and were attempting to terraform a world in their system for their new home.
After offering some assistance to the Dokalaan people, the Enterprise's crew discovered a plot by the Satarrans to steal the terra-formed world for themselves. (TNG novel: A Time to Sow], TNG novel: A Time to Harvest)
When it was discovered that a Starfleet-created medication was restoring the aggressive natures of the two races, cancelling the calming effect of the planets atmosphere, Picard, Riker, and Riker's father, Kyle Riker, struggled to find a workable solution. (TNG novel: A Time to Love, TNG novel: A Time to Hate)
Stardate: Unknown The Enterprise was next sent to the planet Tezwa to attempt to avert a war between Tezwa and the Klingon Empire after the mad Tezwan leader Kinchawn attacked a Klingon fleet with a vicious weapon. After the removal of Kinchawn, who managed to escape custody, the Enterprise remained at Tezwa acting as peacekeepers in the unstable region, an act made more difficult by an insurgency begun by Kinchawn and his loyalists. In the aftermath of Kinchawn's eventual capture, Commander Data uncovered evidence that the weapons used against the Klingons had been supplied by Federation President Min Zife and his Chief of Staff, Koll Azernal.
Those on the Enterprise who knew the truth agreed to keep silent in order to avoid war with the Klingons, and President Zife abruptly left office and dropped out of sight. (TNG novel: A Time to Kill, TNG novel: A Time to Heal)
A year after the events of Rashanar, Starfleet sent an inspection crew to the Enterprise to judge how Picard had performed over the last year. Among the inspectors was the legendary Montgomery Scott.
Shortly afterward, the Enterprise was sent to retrieve the missing Klingon Emperor Kahless, who had panicked the Empire by going on an unannounced "walkabout" leaving a Hologram in his place. (TNG: ATT novel: A Time for War, A Time for Peace)
The Enterprise E was also doing patrols around the Maelstrom during the Kessock Incident of 2379. Star Trek: Bridge Commander.
The Enterprise traveled to Romulus, homeworld of the Romulan Star Empire, and battled the mad Reman Praetor Shinzon, defeating him by colliding the Enterprise with his ship, Scimitar. (TNG movie: Star Trek: Nemesis)
Following the Enterprise's return to service, Captain Picard detected the presence of Borg in the Alpha Quadrant, building a new cube and creating a new Borg Queen. In defiance of orders from Admiral Kathryn Janeway, Picard diverted the Enterprise to investigate, and he and his crew were able to deactivate the cube and prevent the creation of the Queen. (TNG novel: Resistance)
Shortly afterward, the Enterprise was assigned to survey Gorsach IX, a class M planet which, Picard later learned from Q, was in fact an artificial construct holding back the end of the universe. Also in the Gorsach system, the Enterprise encountered a quantum fissure and several dozen alternate Enterprises from alternate quantum realities. (TNG novel: Q & A)
Later that year, Seven of Nine met the Enterprise at Vulcan, informing Picard that the Borg Cube he'd previously deactivated had revived, and Admiral Janeway taken as their new queen. Picard again disobeyed orders, from Admiral Edward Jellico, and traveled to "Trophy World" to retrieve the Doomsday Machine, an ancient Borg-fighting weapon. Enterprise then proceed to Earth, where it joined the armada assembled to fight the invading Borg Cube. (TNG novel: Before Dishonor)
In late 2380 the Enterprise was ordered to investigate the plight of the USS Rhea and the fate of the assimilated USS Einstein. To assist in its assignment the Enterprise was outfitted with prototype transphasic torpedoes in an effort to destroy the Borg vessel before it could acquire quantum slipstream drive technology; this technology was later discovered to belong to alien lifeforms nick-named Noh Angels, who manifested as the mythological creature Qing Long during a mind meld between Picard and T'Ryssa Chen. The Enterprise was aided by The Liberated and they successfully ended the threat posed by the Einstein. (TNG novel: Greater Than the Sum)
In 2381, the Enterprise was assigned to investigate how the Borg were penetrating Federation defenses so easily and destroying a number of worlds. As it was the only ship outfitted with transphasic weapons, the Enterprise defended several critical worlds, destroyed several Borg Cubes, and helped to gain the support of the Klingon Empire in the Federation's war against the Borg. The Enterprise was able to detect sirillium deposits on the Borg cubes' hulls and trace the origin of the cubes to the Azure Nebula. Once there, they investigated the area in an effort to stop the Borg from continued access via subspace tunnels found in the nebula cloud. Enterprise came under severe attack and released a general distress call. (ST - Destiny novel: Gods of Night)
During the battle Enterprise took extreme damage and lost its targeting scanners. With the arrival of the USS Aventine via one of the tunnels, the Enterprise was able to destroy the Cube attacking it. After dealing with the immediate threat, the two vessels enacted repairs while awaiting further orders. Captain Ezri Dax wanted to utilize the tunnels as exploratory devices, but Captain Picard insisted on determining how to collapse them to prevent further Borg incursions. However, after sensor readings indicated that collapsing the tunnels could have disastrous results, the two ships worked to open and survey the far sides of the tunnels, hoping to take the front line of the Borg invasion to the Collective. Although the Aventine made the first few journeys, the Enterprise was able to travel through one of the tunnels to find a harnessed galaxy. The last tunnel that the Aventine went through jointly with the Enterprise deposited them in a plasma stream between a binary star on the outer rim of the Carina Arm near the meridian of the Delta and Gamma Quadrants, where they faced a Hirogen assault. Although the two vessels were boarded, they were able to repel the assault. The journey back was rushed due to the collapse of the tunnel system, and when they arrived back at the Azure Nebula, they found a ship graveyard - the remnants of over seven thousand Borg cubes making a final assault. The Aventine set course for Earth to attempt a defense, and the Enterprise chased them. (ST - Destiny novel: Mere Mortals)
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The Enterprise's final mission under Jean-Luc Picard was leading a fleet of ships to Khitomer to assist in evacuating the planet's non-Klingon residents. The Enterprise eventually returned to Utopia Planitia shipyards for a yearlong refit. Also leaving the ship in this year were Worf, Beverly Crusher and Geordi La Forge. (ST website: The Path to 2409)
During the Hobus crisis, Captain Data orderd the Enterprise to defend Nero's ship from three Reman warbirds. The Enterprise then towed the mining vessel to Vulcan. (ST comics: "Countdown, Number One", "Countdown, Number Two") Afterwords, the ship and crew brought Ambassador Spock to Geordi La Forge in order to retrieve the Jellyfish. The crew unsuccessfully attempted to retrieve the ambassador from the singularity used to negate the Hobus supernova. (ST comics: "Countdown, Number Three", "Countdown, Number Four")
NOTE #1: Approximations on stardates are based on the stardates and book order listed in The Pocket Books Star Trek Timeline.
Note #2: The timeline as presented here does not (yet) take into account the appearances of the Enterprise-E in the books set in the Shatnerverse.
Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.
|USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) auxiliary craft|
|Anaximenes • Archimedes • Balboa • Ballard • Brahe • Calypso • Chawla • Cook • Cortez • Cousteau • Herschel • Hubble • Hudson • Jefferies • Kaku • Kepler • Keuka • Polo • Turing • Wasp|
|Ships named Enterprise|
|United Kingdom||HMS Enterprize|
|United States||Enterprise • CV-6 • CVN-65 • OV-101|
|United Earth||XCV 330 • NX-01|
|United Federation of Planets||NCC-1701 • NCC-1701-A • NCC-1701-B • NCC-1701-C • NCC-1701-D • NCC-1701-E|
|Terran Empire (mirror universe)||NX-01 • NCC-1701 • NCC-1701-E|
|UFP (alternate reality)||NCC-1701|
|UFP (alternate futures)||NCC-1701-F • NCC-1701-J • NCC-1701-∞|
|Aeon • Affiliation • Agamemnon • Alexandra • Alliance • Antietam • Archangel • Aries • Ark Royal • Association • Atlas • Avalon • Avatar • Babylon • Bismarck • Bozeman • Brigadier • Calabria • Cavalier • Challenger • Coburn • Colossus • Consortium • Croatan • Danvers • Destiny • Directorate • Endurance • Entente • Enterprise • Essex • Faithful • Federation • Formidable • Gibraltar • Harrier • Hickey • Honorius • Hope • Horizon • Hyperion • Independence • Integrity • Justice • Legacy • Leviathan • Lorraine • Magnificent • Majestic • Marshall • Midway • Monterey • Musashi • Nelson • Nimitz • Odin • Oxford • Princeton • Provence • Providence • Ramillies • Rand • Resolution • Richelieu • Roderick • Roosevelt • Saratoga • Sentinel • Sevastopol • Solidarity • Sovereign • Tempest • Tiberius • Tirpitz • Unification • Unity • Valiant • Vanguard • Wellington • Yamashiro • Yamato • Yorktown • Zuikaku|
About a year after her launch, the Enterprise-E was involved in the Battle of Sector 001, and pursued a Borg Sphere into the past. Arriving in 2063, the ship was nearly assimilated by the Borg, and many of her crew were killed. In the end, however, the timeline was preserved, and the Enterprise returned to 2373. (Star Trek: First Contact)
In the early months of the Dominion War the Enterprise-E joined the Fifth Fleet at Starbase 391. The Enterprise then led a mission into Cardassian space to destroy a weapons' convoy. (Star Trek: Swiftfire: "Moral Actions", "No Rest for the Wicked")
In 2375, the Enterprise-E was diverted from a diplomatic mission to the Goren system and called to the Briar Patch, and her crew defended the Ba'ku from a the Son'a and a rogue Starfleet faction. (Star Trek: Insurrection)
After the incident, Starfleet sent USS Baldwin to the Goren system and sent the recently refurbished USS Ticonderoga to the Briar Patch for field installation of a new warp core aboard the Enterprise. Ticonderoga and Enterprise subsequently assisted Baldwin taking on Dominion ships in the Goren system. (USS Baldwin: "Only the Young")
A few months later the Enterprise came up against the Son'a once again, when it accompanied a Montgomery Scott's task force of older starships for an attack on the Dominion ketracel-white facility on Devos II. Once the fleet had dispatched of the Son'a and Jem'Hadar warships defending the outpost, the Enterprise began the orbital bombardment of the facility. (Star Trek: Daedalus: "The Captain's Table: Living Legends")
In 2376, the Enterprise participated in the defence of Earth from the Vendoth in the Battle of Sol. The Enterprise arrived at the tail end of the battle and saved the planet Earth by striking the killer blow to the Vendoth flagship, Mer'jot Ducmre. (Star Trek: Swiftfire: "United We Stand")
In late 2379, the Enterprise picked up a positronic signature in the Kolaran system, and discovered the android B-4. Shortly thereafter, Admiral Janeway ordered the ship to Romulus to meet with the new Romulan Praetor. In a subsequent confrontation with Shinzon in the Bassen Rift, the Enterprise sustained heavy damage. She was even rammed into Shinzon's vessel, the Scimitar. After the Scimitar's destruction and the death of Commander Data, the Enterprise returned to drydock for repairs. (Star Trek Nemesis)
The Enterprise continued service well into the 2380s. In 2385, it was assigned to the Klingon-Romulan border, and served the needs of Unity One Starbase during the Rakelli Conflict, participating in the Battle of Beta Thoridor and the Second Battle of Unity Starbase. The Enterprise also joined battle against the Borg during the Battle of Gateway in late 2385 and in The Second Battle of Beta Thoridor in 2386. (Star Trek: Unity)
In an alternate timeline experienced by the crew of the USS Infinite in 2382, the Enterprise-E was destroyed at the Battle of the Bassen Rift in 2379. Although the entire Enterprise crew perished, Praetor Shinzon's Scimitar was hunted down and destroyed by the USS Excalibur-A and Star Fleet Battle Group Omega before reaching Earth. Unfortunately, the detonation of the thalaron weapon in the Sol system led to the contamination of the Mars and Jupiter colonies and the deaths of millions from radiation poisoning.
In the Federation Civil War timeline, the Enterprise-E was the second Sovereign-class vessel constructed. Admiral Leyton's forces already commanded the USS Sovereign, and the acquisition of another Sovereign-class starship would have given them an even greater tactical advantage. In order to prevent Leyton from gaining that advantage, Captain Jean-Luc Picard led a commando team past the blockade of Sector 001. Joining him on the mission were Commanders Riker, Data, and La Forge, Lieutenant Hawk and Chief O'Brien. Once past the blockade, they were joined by Commander Elias Vaughn, Captain Montgomery Scott and a small group of undercover operatives working against Leyton. Though under orders from Admiral Ross to sabotage the Enterprise and the other Sovereign-class spaceframes, Picard, Vaughn and Scott hatched a plan to steal the Enterprise for the patriots. They successfully accomplished this, and dealt a decisive setback to Leyton's starship production capabilities. (Star Trek: Pendragon: "Patriot's Insurrection")
Under Picard's command, the Enterprise-E fought against Leyton's forces for the remainder of the war. When the Borg launched their assault on Earth in late 2373, Picard again disobeyed orders and took the Enterprise to rally the flagging fleet, pursuing the Borg into the past and preserving the timeline. Two months later, the Enterprise led the Patriot fleet during Operation Return, successfully liberating Earth and bringing an end to the darkest time in Federation history. (Star Trek: Pendragon: "True North")
In an alternate timeline the USS Enterprise remained in service as part of the Federation Rebellion. In 2401 under command of Captain Amanda Robertson the ship was en-route to join the rebellion fleet at Andor carrying vital enemy shield schematics. During the journey the ship picked up Peter Maxwell and Daniels aboard the USS St. Helens. By the time they reached Andor a battle was already ensuing. Enterprise mas able to prevent a spread of transphasic torpedoes destroying the Christopher Pike's saucer module however in the process the ship's impulse engines were critically damaged. The small crew compliment was beamed aboard the Chris Pike (excluding Captain Maxwell and Daniels) and the Enterprise's saucer section seperated from the remainder of the vessel. Captain Maxwell and Daniels proceeded to take the star-drive section to Gateway using a neural interface enhanced warp drive. (Star Trek: Pioneer (PNR): "Destiny Of Freedom")
|Ships named Enterprise|
|Enterprise - USS Enterprise (CV-6) - USS Enterprise (CVN-65) - Enterprise (OV-101) - VSS Enterprise - HMS Enterprize|
|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)|
|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)|
|Sovereign class starships|
|Canon: Enterprise-E - Sovereign|
|Other notable ships: Advantage - Alhambra - Argus - Anne Frank - Beast - Behemoth - Cavalier - Challenger - Dauntless - Dimitria - Edmund Fitzgerald - Empress - Endeavour - Excelsior - Federation - Freedom - Gibraltar - Hawk-A - Honorius - Incipens - Independence - Kyle Fitzgerald - Liberty - Monarch (I) - Monarch (II) - Pioneer - Pir - Prince of Wales - Protector - Ravana - Sathanas - Violet Baudelaire - Yagami - Yorktown|
|Alternate timelines: Excalibur-B|
|Starfleet International: Black Hawk - Chicago - Protector - Silver Moon - Sovereign - Wildhorse|
|Mirror universe: Constellation - Enterprise - Pioneer|