U.S.S. Monitor (Defiant class)

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The Federation Starship Monitor, a Defiant class escort, was commanded by Captain John Lewinski. In 2371, the Monitor was assigned a covert mission to destroy the Borg homeworld. Fitted with a transwarp drive and with command temporarily handed over to Ambassador Spock, Captain Lewinsky had the name U.S.S. Enterprise painted onto the hull as a tribute to the ship's temporary crew. The ship reached the Borg homeworld in the Delta Quadrant, where it engaged a joint Romulan-Borg armada. The Romulan flagship, the I.R.W. Avatar of Tomed, was destroyed, and the crew discovered the Central Node of the Borg Collective. Although the ship was too damaged to destroy it, James T. Kirk apparently sacrificed himself to destroy the Node, thereby severing the connection of the Collective. The ship then headed back to the Alpha Quadrant. After returning, its name reverted to Monitor, and the ship was returned to its original crew.[1] In 2377, the Monitor was lost with all hands while conducting tests on the transwarp drive, traveling between Starbase 324 and Starbase 718 with a crew of thirty-eight, twenty of whom were warp specialists. While conducting the tests, the Monitor was swept into intergalactic space between the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies. The ship, 350,000 light-years from the Milky Way with an inoperative transwarp drive, faced a centuries-long return trip home at warp speeds, with no prospect of resupply.[2] Three years later, the Monitor, which was about to be destroyed by a phenomenon the crew dubbed "The Distortion" (later revealed to have been a "projection" of the Totality) relayed a burst transmission to the Federation by way of the Kelvan expeditionary mission return probes, warning them of the threat of the Distortion.[3]

Defiant class vessels

U.S.S. Ajax | U.S.S. Alaska | U.S.S. Albatross | U.S.S. Aldebaran | U.S.S. Ark Royal | U.S.S. Armstrong | U.S.S. Avenger | U.S.S. Baracus | U.S.S. Barracuda | U.S.S. Baton Rouge | U.S.S. Bennington | U.S.S. Boxer | U.S.S. Champion | U.S.S. Cheyenne | U.S.S. Cobra | U.S.S. Concord | U.S.S. Condor | U.S.S. Cormir | U.S.S. Corvus | U.S.S. Crockett | U.S.S. Dauntless | U.S.S. Defiant NX-74205 | U.S.S. Defiant NCC-75633 (formerly Sao Paulo) | U.S.S. Eagle | U.S.S. Eclipse | U.S.S. Falkirk | U.S.S. Fargo | U.S.S. Formidable | U.S.S. Franklin | U.S.S. Gallant NCC-74206 | U.S.S. Galahad | U.S.S. Gauntlet | U.S.S. Gawain | U.S.S. Grant | U.S.S. Halberd | U.S.S. Havoc | U.S.S. Helena | U.S.S. Horizon NCC-75668 | U.S.S. Hornet | U.S.S. Hurricane | U.S.S. Illustrious | U.S.S. Incessant NCC-75636 | U.S.S. Iwo Jima | U.S.S. Javelin | U.S.S. Kant | U.S.S. Kingfisher | U.S.S. Law | U.S.S. Lee | U.S.S. Alexey Leonov | U.S.S. Leyte | U.S.S. Logan | U.S.S. Loki | U.S.S. Man-o-War | U.S.S. Matador | U.S.S. Maya | U.S.S. Medvedev | U.S.S. Merrimack | U.S.S. Michigan | U.S.S. Mongoose | U.S.S. Monitor | U.S.S. Monsoon | U.S.S. Morgana | U.S.S. Moscow | U.S.S. Myrmidon | U.S.S. Narcissus | U.S.S. Neptune | U.S.S. Nomad | U.S.S. Pendragon | U.S.S. Pleiades | U.S.S. Potemkin | U.S.S. Python | U.S.S. Quillon | U.S.S. Ramses | U.S.S. Ranger | U.S.S. Raven | U.S.S. Redoubtable NCC-75634 | U.S.S. Relentless | U.S.S. Renegade | U.S.S. Resolute | U.S.S. Revere | U.S.S. Rockford | U.S.S. Rome | U.S.S. Saladin NCC-74350 | U.S.S. Sao Paolo-A | U.S.S. Savannah | U.S.S. Scorpion | U.S.S. Sioux | U.S.S. Sirocco | U.S.S. Snake Eyes | U.S.S. Spitfire | U.S.S. Stalwart NCC-75635 | U.S.S. Stromming | U.S.S. Tenacious | U.S.S. Thor | U.S.S. Ticonderoga | U.S.S. Titan | U.S.S. Treplev | U.S.S. Triumph | U.S.S. Triton | U.S.S. Tsunami | U.S.S. Turin | U.S.S. Valiant NCC-74210 | U.S.S. Valiant NCC-75418 | U.S.S. Valorous | U.S.S. Vanya | U.S.S. Victoria | U.S.S. Victorious | U.S.S. Vigilant | U.S.S. Voltaire | U.S.S. Warspite | U.S.S. Wasp | U.S.S. Wolverine | U.S.S. Zeppelin

STO Timeline

U.S.S. Belfast | U.S.S. Defiant NCC-75633 | U.S.S. Defiant NCC-75633-C | U.S.S. Sao Paolo-A | U.S.S. Poseidon NCC-8472-U

Kelvin Timeline

U.S.S. Defiant NX-74205

Mirror Universe

Capital Gain | Defiant | Jadzia | Terra Victor


Notes and References

  1. "The Return." Star Trek. Novel. April 1996. Pocket Books.
  2. "Captain's Peril." Star Trek. Novel. October 2002. Pocket Books.
  3. "Captain's Glory." Star Trek. Novel. August 2006. Pocket Books.