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Prometheus Attack Frigate

Owner

United Federation of Planets
Class Heavy Combat Vessel
Availability Restricted Deployment (10%)
In Service 2374
Out of Service n/a
Source Star Trek: Voyager
Author Tyrel Lohr
Last Updated December 13, 2002
Prometheus Attack Frigate
Description:

The Prometheus Attack Frigate is the ultimate iteration of ship separation technologies. In the past many Starfleet vessels had been constructed that could detach their saucer sections from the stardrive sections in time of dire need (such as a warp containment breach), but never was this planned to be a standard combat tactic -- especially as saucer sections were incapable of going to warp! The Prometheus, however, was built from the ground up so that each section could operate independently of the others.

The design's power was demonstrated when the U.S.S. Prometheus was captured by operatives of the Romulan Tal Shiar during its shakedown cruise. The ship was able to take on the best firepower offered up by newer Federation starships while being able to easily dispatch a Romulan D'deridex Warbird.


Ship Control Sheet(s):
Prometheus Attack Frigate - SCS
 Restricted Deployment (10%)
 
This ship is included in the:
Ships of the Fleet: United Federation of Planets
Ship Archive
   
Related Entries:
D'deridex Warbird
 
Design Notes:


One of the most bizarre ships that came out of Voyager; this ship really is more of a "there it is" ship in the way that I don't think
it can be anywhere near balanced and still meet the standards set for it on the show.



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