Ships of the Fleet 

Last Updated June 24, 2007
Galaxy Command Ship


United Federation of Planets
Class Capital Ship
Availability Limited Availability (33%)
In Service 2360
Out of Service n/a
Source Star Trek: The Next Generation
Author Tyrel Lohr
Last Updated November 25, 2002
Galaxy Command Ship

One of the largest ships in the Federation fleet, the Galaxy class serves as fleet flagships and long-range exploration vessels within Starfleet. The closest thing the Federation had to a battleship design prior to the Sovereign, the Galaxy boasts an extensive array of heavy phasers and burst torpedo launchers. The Galaxy Command Ship was designed replete with the best shields, armor, and systems available to Starfleet at the time of its construction. Equally well suited for diplomacy and exploration as combat and war, the Galaxy is a true multi-purpose starship.

Ship Control Sheet(s):
Galaxy Command Ship - SCS
 Limited Availability (33%)
Galaxy Heavy Command Ship - SCS
 Uncommon/Rare Variant
Galaxy Dreadnought - SCS
 Common Variant
This ship is included in the:
Ships of the Fleet: United Federation of Planets
Ship Archive
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Design Notes:

Many of the statistics represented on the Galaxy SCS are taken from the Star Trek: The
Next Generation Technical Manual
. The ship has an above average number of shuttles (which
is apparent), but this does make the Galaxy not only a great flagship but also a decent
makeshift carrier craft.

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