U.S.S. Bolivar NCC-4411

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The Federation Starship Bolivar was a Larson class destroyer commissioned on Reference Stardate 1/9801 (January 2256), mere months before the onset of the Klingon War. On 1/9809 (September 2256), the ship was refit to the Mark II configuration, giving it more powerful phasers and an additional torpedo launcher.[1]

On Reference Stardate 2/0208 (August 2260), the Bolivar led a small task force consisting of the U.S.S. Normandy NCC-4309, the U.S.S. Alesia NCC-4354, the U.S.S. Babur NCC-4380, and the U.S.S. Tecumseh NCC-4402 into an uncontrolled area near the Romulan Neutral Zone. The task force maintained radio silence and failed to report back at its scheduled time. When extensive communication attempts were unsuccessfully made, a rescue group was dispatched to the last reported position of the task force. Upon arrival, nothing was to be found, and an extensive search was begun, ultimately discovering a nacelle from the Alesia adrift in an unknown asteroid cluster. At the time, no determination was made as to what had caused the loss of the ships, but it was suspected by many that the Romulans had ambushed the group and successfully destroyed them before they were able to send a call for aid. This theory was never proven, and no action was ever taken against the Romulans, largely because it was felt that the Romulans couldn't have crossed the Neutral Zone unnoticed. Following the discovery of Romulan cloaking technology, however, the theory gained new weight.[1]

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The Federation Starship Bolivar was a Larson class destroyer commissioned on Reference Stardate 1/9801 (January 2198). On 1/9809 (September 2198), the ship was refit to the Mark II configuration, giving it more powerful phasers and an additional torpedo launcher.[1]

On Reference Stardate 2/0208 (August 2202), the Bolivar led a small task force consisting of the U.S.S. Normandy NCC-4309, the U.S.S. Alesia NCC-4354, the U.S.S. Babur NCC-4380, and the U.S.S. Tecumseh NCC-4402 into an uncontrolled area near the Romulan Neutral Zone. The task force maintained radio silence and failed to report back at its scheduled time. When extensive communication attempts were unsuccessfully made, a rescue group was dispatched to the last reported position of the task force. Upon arrival, nothing was to be found, and an extensive search was begun, ultimately discovering a nacelle from the Alesia adrift in an unknown asteroid cluster. At the time, no determination was made as to what had caused the loss of the ships, but it was suspected by many that the Romulans had ambushed the group and successfully destroyed them before they were able to send a call for aid. This theory was never proven, and no action was ever taken against the Romulans, largely because it was felt that the Romulans couldn't have crossed the Neutral Zone unnoticed. Following the discovery of Romulan cloaking technology, however, the theory gained new weight.[1]

Larson class vessels

Mark I

Introduced Reference Stardate 1/8801 (January 2245)

U.S.S. Acre NCC-4372 | U.S.S. Adolphus NCC-4385 | U.S.S. Agincourt NCC-4314 | U.S.S. Alaric NCC-4358 | U.S.S. Alesia NCC-4354 | U.S.S. Alexander NCC-4367 | U.S.S. Ali Bey NCC-4393 | U.S.S. Marc Antony NCC-4355 | U.S.S. Anzio NCC-4329 | U.S.S. Austerlitz NCC-4308 | U.S.S. Babur NCC-4380 | U.S.S. Bahu NCC-4374 | U.S.S. Bayinnaung NCC-4382 | U.S.S. Blake NCC-4389 | U.S.S. Blenheim NCC-4315 | U.S.S. Bolivar NCC-4411 | U.S.S. Borodino NCC-4307 | U.S.S. Boyaca NCC-4413 | U.S.S. Bradley NCC-4388 | U.S.S. Breitenfeld NCC-4387 | U.S.S. Buena Vista NCC-4322 | U.S.S. Cannae NCC-4353 | U.S.S. Castinian NCC-4325 | U.S.S. Charlemagne NCC-4364 | U.S.S. Chou NCC-4339 | U.S.S. Cochise NCC-4345 | U.S.S. Constantine NCC-4357 | U.S.S. Coral Sea NCC-4302 | U.S.S. Corregidor NCC-4331 | U.S.S. Cortez NCC-4383 | U.S.S. Cre'cy NCC-4312 | U.S.S. Cromwell NCC-4377 | U.S.S. de Tourville NCC-4386 | U.S.S. Demetrius NCC-4348 | U.S.S. Dewey NCC-4414 | U.S.S. Eylau NCC-4317 | U.S.S. Frederick NCC-4371 | U.S.S. Gallipoli NCC-4327 | U.S.S. Garbo NCC-4323 | U.S.S. Genghis Khan NCC-4375 | U.S.S. Gettysburg NCC-4324 | U.S.S. Grant NCC-4416 | U.S.S. Guadalcanal NCC-4332 | U.S.S. Hammurabi NCC-4337 | U.S.S. Hannibal NCC-4350 | U.S.S. Hardraade NCC-4369 | U.S.S. Hastings NCC-4404 | U.S.S. Hideyoshi NCC-4381 | U.S.S. Iwo Jima NCC-4333 | U.S.S. Jackson NCC-4405 | U.S.S. Jauhur NCC-4366 | U.S.S. Joan of Arc NCC-4378 | U.S.S. Julius Caesar NCC-4343 | U.S.S. Justinian NCC-4362 | U.S.S. Jutland NCC-4328 | U.S.S. Khartoum NCC-4401 | U.S.S. Lafayette NCC-4397 | U.S.S. Larson NCC-4300 | U.S.S. Lee NCC-4415 | U.S.S. Leipzig NCC-4320 | U.S.S. Leyte NCC-4319 | U.S.S. Liegnitz NCC-4376 | U.S.S. Liu Pang NCC-4356 | U.S.S. Lutzen NCC-4346 | U.S.S. Marathon NCC-4310 | U.S.S. Marlborough NCC-4392 | U.S.S. Midway NCC-4301 | U.S.S. Moltke NCC-4417 | U.S.S. Montgomery NCC-4438 | U.S.S. Murat NCC-4398 | U.S.S. Nakhimov NCC-4418 | U.S.S. Napoleon NCC-4344 | U.S.S. Ney NCC-4399 | U.S.S. Nhat-Le NCC-4391 | U.S.S. Normandy NCC-4309 | U.S.S. Okinawa NCC-4334 | U.S.S. Orleans NCC-4360 | U.S.S. Oyama NCC-4431 | U.S.S. Palo Alto NCC-4408 | U.S.S. Pendragon NCC-4361 | U.S.S. Pharsalus NCC-4311 | U.S.S. Pilsudski NCC-4432 | U.S.S. Poitiers NCC-4313 | U.S.S. Port Arthur NCC-4433 | U.S.S. Rajendra NCC-4373 | U.S.S. Ramses NCC-4335 | U.S.S. Rommel NCC-4410 | U.S.S. Saladin NCC-4368 | U.S.S. Salamis NCC-4341 | U.S.S. San Jacinto NCC-4407 | U.S.S. San Martin NCC-4412 | U.S.S. San Miguel NCC-4379 | U.S.S. Scipio NCC-4352 | U.S.S. Scott NCC-4409 | U.S.S. Shiloh NCC-4326 | U.S.S. Sun Tzu NCC-4347 | U.S.S. Tannenberg NCC-4303 | U.S.S. Tecumseh NCC-4402 | U.S.S. Tenochtitlan NCC-4384 | U.S.S. Thebes NCC-4336 | U.S.S. Thelenth NCC-4305 | U.S.S. Thermopylae NCC-4351 | U.S.S. Tiberius NCC-4363 | U.S.S. Torgau NCC-4316 | U.S.S. Trafalgar NCC-4304 | U.S.S. Troy NCC-4338 | U.S.S. Von Blucher NCC-4400 | U.S.S. Waterloo NCC-4306 | U.S.S. Wellington NCC-4395 | U.S.S. Xenophon NCC-4342 | U.S.S. Xerxes NCC-4340

Mark II

Introduced Reference Stardate 1/9804 (April 2256)

U.S.S. Axanar NCC-4448 | U.S.S. Balaklava NCC-4419 | U.S.S. Bursilev NCC-4454 | U.S.S. Chief Joseph NCC-4424 | U.S.S. Dayan NCC-4451 | U.S.S. Foch NCC-4427 | U.S.S. Hindenberg NCC-4426 | U.S.S. Inchon NCC-4450 | U.S.S. Kermal NCC-4430 | U.S.S. Kursk NCC-4447 | U.S.S. MacArthur NCC-4437 | U.S.S. Marne NCC-4435 | U.S.S. Nicholas NCC-4429 | U.S.S. Nimitz NCC-4439 | U.S.S. Pershing NCC-4428 | U.S.S. Richtofen NCC-4436 | U.S.S. Rorkes Drift NCC-4422 | U.S.S. Semmes NCC-4423 | U.S.S. Tedder NCC-4445 | U.S.S. Titian Plain NCC-4455 | U.S.S. Tsushima NCC-4434 | U.S.S. Wavell NCC-4442 |

Mark VI

Introduced Reference Stardate 2/0912 (December 2267)

U.S.S. Aguilar NCC-4460 | U.S.S. Chryse NCC-4453 | U.S.S. Collinswill NCC-4449 | U.S.S. Conley NCC-4458 | U.S.S. Doenitz NCC-4444 | U.S.S. Doermann NCC-4452 | U.S.S. Dreyfus NCC-4420 | U.S.S. Eisenhower NCC-4441 | U.S.S. Imbrium NCC-4462 | U.S.S. Kohlar NCC-4456 | U.S.S. Sheridan NCC-4463 | U.S.S. Stalingrad NCC-4461 | U.S.S. Tana Re NCC-4457 | U.S.S. Timoshenko NCC-4459 |

Mark VII

Introduced Reference Stardate 2/1403 (February 2271)

U.S.S. Callisto NCC-4474 | U.S.S. Choam NCC-4464 | U.S.S. de Gaulle NCC-4472 | U.S.S. Jones NCC-4468 | U.S.S. Juno NCC-4475 | U.S.S. Mooribunde NCC-4466 | U.S.S. Petain NCC-4471 | U.S.S. Petrovich NCC-4469 | U.S.S. Schultz NCC-4470 | U.S.S. Trenton NCC-4473 | U.S.S. Varistan NCC-4465 |

Variant Unknown

U.S.S. Bombay | U.S.S. Caspian NCC-5507 | U.S.S. Nelson |


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