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USS Sirius

Odyssey-class • NCC-80002 • Fourth Fleet

USS Sirius is an Odyssey-class heavy explorer and the flagship of Sirius Squadron, under the command of Commodore Matt Rourke. With her size and self-sufficiency, Sirius is the main hub of all formation operations, able to support and supply other starships and their crews for an extended duration. When operating in the Midgard Sector, Sirius serves as a forward command post for missions across the region, or is directly responsible for humanitarian, scientific, or strategic duties requiring her vast resources. Whether at the heart of a deployment of the whole squadron or taking primary responsibility for a specific operation, the assigning of the USS Sirius to a mission demonstrates command takes a matter deeply seriously.

For the main home of Sirius Squadron’s adventures, visit the USS Endeavour.

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RPG Rating 2 2 2for content, which equates to roughly a 16+ rating

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Sirius Expeditionary Squadron

Sirius Expeditionary Squadron, also known as Sirius Squadron, is a squadron centered around the Odyssey-class USS Sirius under the command of Commodore Matt Rourke, based out of Gateway Station in the Midgard Sector on the Federation’s Beta Quadrant frontier. The squadron serves two missions: the secondary mission of supporting the sector-wide responsibilities of the Gateway Station, and its primary mission as a rapid deployment force beyond Federation borders.

In its expeditionary capacity, Sirius Squadron stands ready to deploy outside of Federation territory at short notice to respond to emerging situations across the galaxy. With multiple versatile and powerful ships at its disposal, the squadron is capable of operating independently and without support for extended periods, and is flexible enough to face a range of missions, including under volatile circumstances where objectives and conditions can quickly change.

Outside of such deployments, the squadron maintains readiness in case of need, and supports Gateway Station’s operations. From its HQ, its ships pursue Starfleet’s mission to maintain regional stability through diplomatic and humanitarian operations and pursue avenues of scientific research and exploration into the former territories of the Old Romulan Star Empire. Since the escalation of tensions with the Klingon Empire and their interest in the territory of the fallen Star Empire, Sirius Squadron has been a cornerstone of protecting both the Federation border, and Starfleet’s allies in the Romulan Republic.

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