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USS Xena (NCC-92382): Misc

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The USS Xena (NCC-92382) was a vessel with increased medical facilities to help injured officers. The vessel was created under Starfleet Intelligence, and by odds became a mostly female-operated ship. It was launched in the early 2370s.

Having shared threatening and unusual experiences with the crew of the USS Phoenix-X, the crew of the Xena was aware of the Phoenix-X`s involvement with Section 31. (Star Trek: Phoenix-X: "The Tiloniam System", "The Links' Traitor", "The Tilonian System", "Crash Bandicoots", "Experimentalism", "Fight, Part III")

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Power

Its tactical capabilities were not much better than the average Galaxy-class ship, although its medical facilities were quite advanced.

Design

After hearing of Captain Jean-Luc Picard's trip into the future, in 2370, and the description of a future Enterprise-D from an alternate 2395, Admiral Theseus commissioned a similar ship-type as the Xena. Unfortunately, increased warp capability was never achieved as hoped. ("The Tilonian System")

Command crew

See also


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Modified Galaxy-class starships

Notable ships: Angeles - Excelsior - Henri Dunant - Jenova - Lincoln - Magellan (I) - Olympus - Rivera - Sarek - Shadowcat - Ticonderoga - Valley Forge - Vindicator - Xena
Distant Horizons: Andelth - Antares - Cosmos - Galaxy - Magellan (II) - Marru - Odyssey - Okuda - Sumatra - Trinculo - Venture - Yorktown
Alternate realities: Corregidor - Enterprise-D

Background information

  • The USS Xena was named after the character Xena from the tv series Xena: Warrior Princess.

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