PAR’THA EXPANSE – The crew of the USS Atlantis has succeeded in returning Deep Space 26 back to normal space, following its entrance into subspace.
DELTA VEGA I — The USS Columbia has returned to Dehner Base, where the crew are recovering from the aftermath of their previous assignment.
Please welcome our newest Academy graduates to the UFOP: StarBase 118 fleet: Alastriona DeTroyes and Jon Hawkes!
One of the most impressive things about the Starbase 118 community is the wiki. It provides an extensive record of the group’s history going back years, having been online since early 2004. You can find hundreds of character biographies as well as a list of ships in the fleet, both active and inactive.
When it comes to the various classes of ship in the Star Trek universe, everyone has their favorites. Ships range from the pride of the Federation fleet like the Sovereign-class or Galaxy-class to the very fragile Oberth-class. Many of the “official” starship classes have been used for PC vessels in the fleet at one time or another. However, starship classes from sources outside of the main shows have also been used. Simming on a new class of ship provides exciting opportunities to expand on the locations and bring to life ships that we didn’t get to know over several seasons on-screen. This week we’d like to know which of those non-canon ship classes you think deserves a promotion. Information about any of the classes that you haven’t heard of before can be found on the wiki.
Which non-canon ship class would you most like to see featured in a future series?
THE SPIKE, AAVARO WILDS – In the wake of a celebration meant to honor the achievements of the starship Eagle’s (NCC-74659) crew, several enormous explosions interrupted festivities, causing significant damage.
STARBASE 104 – The senior staff of the USS Constitution-B has been found unresponsive in their quarters while docked at Starbase 104.
JAROK THREE — After investigating rumors that the hijacked SS Red Star was being held in the Typhon Expanse, the USS Thor and USS Thunder found the passenger ship had been moved into Romulan space.
The staff of UFOP: SB118 would like to congratulate all who saw their hard work and dedication pay off this month. Please be sure to congratulate these members when you see them around the forums and chat room!
- Esa Darkkdust to Lieutenant
- Rebecca Owens to Lieutenant JG
- James Colquhoun to Lieutenant JG
- Pholin Duyzer to Lieutenant Commander
- Geoffrey Teller to Lieutenant Commander
- Charlena Vanlith to Lieutenant JG
- Nabihah El Sayid to Lieutenant JG
- Addison MacKenzie to Lieutenant
- Wil Ukinix to Lieutenant
- Ghant Xerix to Lieutenant JG
In this months show, we’ve got a Lt. Maddi Hyden and Lt. Kayla Drex reading a sim from our appreciations forum, LtCmdr. Toryn Raga has reactions from the winners of our recent Fleetwide Award Ceremony, and Toryn Raga also brings us recent headlines from the FNS:
- Written by: Lieutenant Junior Grade Groznin Smith, Lieutenant Commander Riley Delar, and Commander Kelrod
- Edited by: Lieutenant Commander German Galven
Doctor, doctor, gimme the blues! Medical professionals are steadfast parts of any Star Trek series, Just as captains and first officers have their distinctive personalities, the series’ doctors are a varied and fascinating bunch, each with their own specific skills, weaknesses and quirks. Sometimes even their sense of medical ethics goes against what is generally accepted, such as with Drs. Phlox and Russel. Of course, part of healthcare is choosing which doctor you feel most comfortable with.
With that in mind, this week’s poll asks you which Star Trek doctor you’d feel most comfortable being treated by. Assume time differences are not an issue. Would you prefer the irascible but caring Dr. McCoy? Perhaps the enthusiastic Dr. Bashir fits your image of a desirable medical practitioner.