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The USS Kearsarge (NCC-57566) was a Challenger-class starship in service to Starfleet in the 24th century.

The USS Enterprise-D rendezvoused with the Kearsarge in 2370, shortly after the Kot'baval festival on Maranga IV. (TNG episode: "Firstborn")

In 2381, the Kearsarge was part of the defensive fleet assigned to defend planet Vulcan during the Borg Invasion of that year. (ST - Destiny novel: Lost Souls) During their engagement, the first officer was killed and the commanding officer, Captain Tando, suffered a mental breakdown, requiring the second officer, Lieutenant Commander Kara na Miin, to assume command.

The ship survived, and later made port at Starbase 22. (ST novel: A Singular Destiny)

The ship's class and registry come from The Star Trek Encyclopedia.

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The USS Kearsarge (NCC-57566) was a Federation Challenger-class light cruiser that saw service with the Federation Starfleet during the 24th century. (Star Trek Encyclopedia; Ship Recognition Manual, Volume 1: The Ships of Starfleet)

In 2373, the Armstrong was attacked by a Klingon assault group during the brief Second Federation-Klingon War. (DS9: "Apocalypse Rising")

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Challenger-class starships

Notable ships: Armstrong - Buran - Constance - Frontier - Kearsarge

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