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The USS Farragut (NCC-60597) was a Federation Nebula-class explorer in service to Starfleet in the late 24th century. (RPG reference: Starfleet Operations Manual)

In 2371, the Farragut was one of three Starfleet vessels to rescue the crew of the USS Enterprise-D following its destruction at the hand of Lursa and B'Etor. (TNG movie, novelization & comic adaptation: Generations; TNG novel: Triangle: Imzadi II)

Later that year, the Farragut was one of several starships that are dispatched to Bajor to help Captain Benjamin Sisko and crew of the USS Defiant deal with the Hive crisis. (DS9 novel: Objective: Bajor)

In 2373, the Farragut was dispatched to planet Ajilon Prime to help the colonists that have suffered an attack by the Klingons. However, enroute to Ajilon, she was ambushed by Klingon warships in the Lembatta Cluster and was destroyed. (DS9 episode: "Nor the Battle to the Strong", RPG reference: Starfleet Operations Manual)

Discrepancy note: The Shatnerverse novel, The Return, features the destruction of the Farragut at the hands of the Romulans as recovery operations of the Enterprise-D were proceeding.


Ships named Farragut
Federation Starfleet
(primary universe)
USS Farragut (Constitution-class)USS Farragut II, renamed USS Centurion (Enterprise-class)USS Farragut (NCC-2021, Excelsior-class)USS Farragut (Nebula-class)USS Farragut (NCC-2582, Excelsior-class) Seal of the Federation Starfleet
Terran Empire Starfleet
(mirror universe)
Farragut Seal of the Terran Empire.
Nebula-class starships
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The USS Farragut (NCC-60597) was a Nebula-class Federation starship in service during the 24th century.

Farragut was launched on Stardate 38110 from the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards; the third starship to bear the name. It was immediately pressed into service within the Exploration Command for four years before being retrofitted with weapons and propulsion upgrades at the Antares Ship Yards on Stardate 42740.4. Captain Krystine Leone was appointed in command of the Farragut in mid-2365 (Stardate 43224.28) and held command until 2372. (Star Trek: Full Speed Ahead: "Damn the Torpedoes")

The Farragut was based out of Starbase 310 near the Cardassian border and participated in policing civilian shipping lanes along with the USS Phoenix until 2367. (Star Trek: Full Speed Ahead: "Milk Run")

On Stardate 43997, the Farragut, USS Lexington, and USS Excalibur were ordered to join the assembled fleet at Wolf 359, but did not arrive until after the battle was lost. Instead, they spearheaded the search and rescue mission to pick up escape pods and shuttles left behind. (Star Trek: The Quarterdeck Breed: "Farragut")

In 2371, the Farragut led a small flotilla of Starfleet vessels to rescue the marooned crew of the USS Enterprise from Veridian III, when the saucer section crash-landed after the stardrive section detonated due to a warp core breach. (Star Trek Generations)

While on a mission to defend the colony on Ajilon Prime during the Second Federation-Klingon War, the Farragut was destroyed by the Klingons en route near the Lambatta Cluster in 2373. (DS9: "Nor the Battle to the Strong")

Rear Admiral Kiri Vaughn was executive officer and then commanding officer of Farragut sometime prior to the ship's destruction. (Dockyard Review)

Nebula class exploratory cruiser
Canon: Bellerophon - Bonchune - Endeavour - Farragut - Hera - Honshu - Leeds - Lexington - Melbourne - Merrimac - Monitor - Phoenix - Prometheus - Proxima - Sutherland - T'Kumbra - Ulysses
Other notable ships: Aldebaran - Apollo - Auckland - Brinthaupt - Chesapeake - Constellation - Cuffe - Denali - Eagle - Galileo - Indefatigable - Lexington (REM) - Minnesota - Nebula - Odyssey - Osiris - Paragon - Petersen - Reliant - Repulse - Revolution - Shanghai - Toronto - Torres Strait - Tundra - Wasp - Zeus - Zimmerman
Starfleet International: Anasazi - Athena - Jamestown-D - Magellan - Northstar - Ronald E. McNair - Yeager
Trekmania: Accord - Alaska - Aspiration - Atlas - Baltimore - Boadicea - Brisbane - Bristol - Brunel - Cape Town - Champion - Cleopatra - Commodore - Concord - Copenhagen - Dionysus - Diplomat - Distinction - Dominator - Edwards - Elysium - Farrington - Fearsome - Grove - Hannibal - Hope - Horizon - Idealist - Indefatigable - Indri - Jefferson - Jensen - Keats - Korff - Lancaster - Minnesota - Montezuma - Oberon - Oracle - Oregon - Pinnacle - Quebec - Queenstown - Randeki - Regency - Rushmore - Santos - Shield - Shogun - Sojourner - Soyuz - Steadfast - Stockholm - Swift - Tereshkova - Ukraine - Unity - Utopia - Victor - Victorious - Vigorous - Voracious - Vulcan - Washington - Yamato
Under construction: Beregovoy - El Dorado - Minotaur - New England - Stirling

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