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USS Rodney Edit

The USS Rodney, NX-208819, was the first of its class. Richard Malcolm called the ship an Advanced Tactical Command Carrier but out of all of these catagories, first and foremost, the USS Rodney was a carrier. With two large shuttle bays that resembled more like hanger bays, it was known to be the equivalent to Starfleet's aircraft carriers. These two hangers were capable of deploying up to 40 shuttle support craft each comfortably with modifications being made to push this limit to up to 60 craft. As a result, the USS Rodney was built with some of the most advanced sensor systems and subspace comms to provide reliable, realtime tracking and communications with over 200 ships.

The USS Rodney was one of the largest Starfleet built by the end of the 24th century, sitting at 1,032 metres with a crew compliment of 2,000 officers.

The USS Rodney was fitted with a type 21 antimatter feedback warp core that have the ship a cruising speed of warp 8.54 and a maximum speed of warp 9.991 for 12 hours before the strain causes considerable damage to the warp system.

Along with this warp system, the Rodney was also fitted with a 23rd century Displacement Activated Spore Hub Drive, an advanced from of quantum displacement that utilises an organic 4 dimensional web of Prototaxities Stellaviatori. This technology was originally tested by the Crossfield classes during the outbreak of the Klingon-Federation war, however was banned by Starfleet as it requires the genetic augmentation of a human Starfleet officer or the physical torture of a rare and possibly endangered symbiotic tardegrade-like creature. After the ban the plans were classified behind Section 31. After the seeming collapse of Section 31, the details of this drive was released to the public and civilians began to become unrested as so many events over the past 100 years could have been prevented with access to this drive. In response to this, Starfleet agreed to fit one ship with the drive and it was chosen to be the USS Rodney.

In it's developmental stage, the ship was originally designated the name the USS Defender. However after a tragic engineering incident that resulted in the death of the carriers original designer, Xanek Rodney, and so the USS Defender was redesignated as the USS Rodney.

Originally captained by Dean Rown and the first officer Richard Malcolm, the USS Rodney was launched June 20 2399. It's first mission was to destroy a Romulan battlestation that was identified as the centre-point of the deployment of the Shadowbird classes.

After it's first mission, the USS Rodney went through a major command switch. With Commander Richard Malcolm being promoted to captain and reassigned to the USS Odyssey, launched August 17 2399. And after the battle of Earth, and the outbreak of the Romulan-Federation war, Admiral Galeb took command of the USS Rodney and Captain Rown was reduced to first officer.

During the Romulan-Federation war, aka the Second Romulan War, that took place between late August to early October 2399, the USS Rodney fought in several battles. This included the attack on New Romulus, the first stages of the Battle of the Neutral Zone, and the Battle of star J-51L that saw the end of the war.

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