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Steamrunner-class • NCC-52001 • Task Force 86

 

“All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.” – Galileo

 

Named after the Father of Modern Science, the USS Galileo was Starfleet’s jack-of-all-trades.  A ship ca[able of handling any mission the Federation threw at her.  Commissioned on June 5, 2372, the Galileo was outfitted and sent to assist in the growing conflict between the Federation and the Klingons.  With her first mission underway, the Galileo’s adventures ended in complete and total failure.  Limping back into drydock, her Captain killed on their maiden mission the Galileo soon earned herself a reputation.  Known as the career killer, the Galileo saw one failed mission after until; until she was drydocked for good.

Now in the year 2400, the Galileo once again flies under the command of the recently promoted Captain Vidre Naris.  Sent out to assist the Fourth Fleet’s Task Force 17, Lead Expeditionary Force, the USS Galileo stands ready for whatever the Federation gives them.  But, will they be able to past the Galileo’s past and forge a new future?

 

 

Command History

Captain Sol Th’zaoveq 2372-2373
Commander Revare Dro 2373-2379
Captain T’Kunn 2379-2381
Captain Gorca Pail 2381-2386
Captain Vidre Naris 2400-

 

Deck Listing

Primary Hull

Deck 1 – Captain’s Ready Room, Main Bridge
Deck 2 – Briefing/Conference Room, XO’s Office
Deck 3 – Officers Quarters, VIP/Guest Quarters, Diplomatic Facilities, Transporter Room 1, Shuttlebay Observation deck
Deck 4 – Sickbay, CMO’s Office, CNS’ Office, Science Labs 1-12, CSO’s Office, Arboretum, Shuttlebay (floor), FCO’s Office, Computer Core Entrance/Control
Deck 5 – Lounge, Holodeck/suites, Recreation facilities, NCO Quarters, Cargo Bay 1, Cargo Transporters 1, Computer Core, Docking Ports, [LCL – Cargo bay replaced with troop barracks, muster/mess hall, Transporter Room 3]
Deck 6 – Warp Core, Engineering (upper), Crew Quarters, Transporter Room 2, Torpedo Launchers and controls, Cargo Bay 2, Cargo Transporters 2, Computer Core
Deck 7 – Warp Core, Engineering (floor), CEO’s Office, Brig/Security, CTO’s office, Phaser Range, Ship’s Armory, Torpedo/Probe Magazine, Aux. Weapon Controls
Deck 8 – Deuterium Storage, Anti-Matter Storage Pods, Life Support Systems

Secondary Hull

Deck 7 – Navigation Deflector Control room, LRS Control room
Deck 8 – Navigation Deflector, LRS Array
Deck 9 – Navigation Deflector
Deck 10 – Waste Processing/Recycling Center

The stories written for the USS Galileo are rated 222 on the RPG ratings scale, and are intended for mature audiences.

 

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5 June 2022

Beating Around the Bush

USS Galileo: Remnants

  With everyone gathered in the Observation lounge, Naris hoped this would be a short briefing.  She honestly didn’t like these long-drawn-out meetings that took forever.  Her plan was simple: go in state the mission, talk about what happened, and hope no one had any [...]

28 May 2022

Receiving Orders

USS Galileo: Remnants

  The Galileo has been in refit and dry dock for a few weeks, enough time that Naris was starting to chomp at the bit.  She didn’t like just sitting here, and she certainly didn’t take command just to wait.  She was reading over the latest round of new arrivals as she looked up [...]

20 April 2022

Tension and Avoidance

USS Galileo: What Past Is Prologue

“The greater the tension, the greater is the potential.” ~ Carl Jung   The last few days could only be described by one phrase, and things didn’t go as planned. Naris had hoped the ship would be operational, her crew would be ready, and they could have departed. The more she went over [...]

7 April 2022

Conditional Assignment

USS Galileo: What Past Is Prologue

From another table, Parker watched the events unfold. Mack had picked another fight. However, this time, he actually managed to walk away without much need for medical assistance. Parker picked up her beer mug and slammed it down as she placed the half-smoked cigar back in her mouth. Lining up her [...]