U.S.S. Azrael NCC-517 (Myriad)

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U.S.S. Azrael
Registry NCC-517
Class Saladin
Commissioned c.2186

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Construction on the Federation Starship Azrael, a Saladin class destroyer, was authorized by the Star Fleet Appropriation of Stardate 0965[1] and commissioned circa 2186.[2]

Samara Uhura served aboard the Azrael as a communications officer prior to her assignment to the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 in 2207. In 2205, the Azrael was in dock at Earth for a refit, which included the installation of new phasers.[3][4]

SFU Timeline

U.S.S. Azrael
Registry NCC-517
Class Saladin

Construction on the Federation Starship Azrael, a Saladin class destroyer, was authorized by the Star Fleet Appropriation of Stardate 0965.[1]

Saladin class vessels

FASA Timeline

Mark VII Saladin class

Authorized Stardate 0965

U.S.S. Adad NCC-515  •  U.S.S. Ahriman NCC-513  •  U.S.S. Alaric NCC-503  •  U.S.S. Alexander NCC-511  •  U.S.S. Azrael NCC-517  •  U.S.S. Darius NCC-502  •  U.S.S. Etzel NCC-509  •  U.S.S. Hamilcar NCC-518  •  U.S.S. Hannibal NCC-512  •  U.S.S. Hashishiyun NCC-516  •  U.S.S. Jenghiz NCC-501  •  U.S.S. Kublai NCC-507  •  U.S.S. Pompey NCC-506  •  U.S.S. Raman NCC-514  •  U.S.S. Shaitan NCC-519  •  U.S.S. Saladin NCC-500  •  U.S.S. Sargon NCC-504  •  U.S.S. Suleiman NCC-508  •  U.S.S. Tamerlane NCC-510  •  U.S.S. Xerxes NCC-505

Mark VIIA Siva class

Authorized Stardate 3030

U.S.S. Ares NCC-524  •  U.S.S. Hathor NCC-523  •  U.S.S. Iblis NCC-528  •  U.S.S. Jugurtha NCC-527  •  U.S.S. Loki NCC-529  •  U.S.S. Lucifer NCC-521  •  U.S.S. Mars NCC-525  •  U.S.S. Molock NCC-522  •  U.S.S. Siva NCC-520  •  U.S.S. Tyr NCC-526

Mark VIIB Cochise class

Authorized Stardate 4699

U.S.S. Abu Bekr NCC-549  •  U.S.S. Achilles NCC-551  •  U.S.S. Ajax NCC-547  •  U.S.S. Akbar NCC-548  •  U.S.S. Al Mahdi NCC-545  •  U.S.S. Alva NCC-531  •  U.S.S. Alvarado NCC-537  •  U.S.S. Apollyon NCC-542  •  U.S.S. Cimon NCC-555  •  U.S.S. Cochise NCC-530  •  U.S.S. Cortez NCC-536  •  U.S.S. de Ruyter NCC-538  •  U.S.S. Drake NCC-541  •  U.S.S. El Cid NCC-534  •  U.S.S. Geronimo NCC-535  •  U.S.S. Hektor NCC-539  •  U.S.S. Ivan NCC-550  •  U.S.S. Lysander NCC-540  •  U.S.S. Martel NCC-554  •  U.S.S. Nelson NCC-546  •  U.S.S. Ney NCC-533  •  U.S.S. Perseus NCC-544  •  U.S.S. Pontiac NCC-532  •  U.S.S. Samson NCC-543  •  U.S.S. Scipio NCC-553  •  U.S.S. Theseus NCC-552

SFC Timeline

U.S.S. Azrael
Registry NCC-517
Class Akula

The Federation Starship Azrael, a DD-type Akula class destroyer, was commissioned circa 2250. Its service ended some time prior to 2279, and was presumably destroyed.[5]

Akula class vessels

SFC Timeline

U.S.S. Adad NCC-515  • U.S.S. Ahriman NCC-513  • U.S.S. Akula NCC-278  • U.S.S. Akula NCC-278-A  • U.S.S. Alaric NCC-503  • U.S.S. Alexander NCC-511  • U.S.S. Arafat NCC-802  • U.S.S. Ardzinba  • U.S.S. Ares NCC-520  • U.S.S. Assad NCC-863  • U.S.S. Atilla NCC-523  • U.S.S. Azrael NCC-517  • U.S.S. Barzani  • U.S.S. Begin NCC-801  • U.S.S. Bush NCC-851  • U.S.S. Buthelezi  • U.S.S. Charlemagne NCC-530  • U.S.S. Chaudhry  • U.S.S. Chilingutila  • U.S.S. Chissano  • U.S.S. Clinton NCC-862  • U.S.S. Cristiani NCC-866  • U.S.S. Czar Alexander IV NCC-528  • U.S.S. Darius NCC-502  • U.S.S. Dostam NCC-837  • U.S.S. Dudayev  • U.S.S. Eisenhower NCC-534  • U.S.S. Etzel NCC-509  • U.S.S. Fadlallah  • U.S.S. Galtieri NCC-861  • U.S.S. Gemayal  • U.S.S. Genghis NCC-501  • U.S.S. Gorbachev NCC-853  • U.S.S. Grant NCC-869  • U.S.S. Gusmao  • U.S.S. Hamilcar NCC-518  • U.S.S. Hannibal NCC-512  • U.S.S. Hashishiyun NCC-516  • U.S.S. Hekmatyar NCC-832  • U.S.S. Hiawatha NCC-522  • U.S.S. Hun Sen  • U.S.S. Iskandarov  • U.S.S. Kennedy NCC-870  • U.S.S. King David NCC-540  • U.S.S. Kravchuk NCC-858  • U.S.S. Kublai NCC-507  • U.S.S. Landsbergis NCC-859  • U.S.S. Robert E. Lee NCC-536  • U.S.S. Leonidas NCC-538  • U.S.S. Lincoln NCC-868  • U.S.S. Lysander NCC-532  • U.S.S. Mandela  • U.S.S. Manuel  • U.S.S. Marcos NCC-860  • U.S.S. Marius NCC-539  • U.S.S. Massoud NCC-831  • U.S.S. Golda Meir NCC-525  • U.S.S. Mitterand NCC-857  • U.S.S. Mojadeddi NCC-836  • U.S.S. Daniel Morgan NCC-531  • U.S.S. Najibullah NCC-834  • U.S.S. Nasrallah  • U.S.S. Nebuchadnezzar NCC-541  • U.S.S. Nixon NCC-856  • U.S.S. Ocalan  • U.S.S. Humberto Ortega  • U.S.S. Pazuzu NCC-521  • U.S.S. Pompey NCC-506  • U.S.S. Prabhakaran  • U.S.S. Premadasa  • U.S.S. Pundy  • U.S.S. Israel Putnam NCC-533  • U.S.S. Rabbani NCC-835  • U.S.S. Rabin  • U.S.S. Rahman NCC-514  • U.S.S. Ramos NCC-864  • U.S.S. Reagan NCC-854  • U.S.S. Sadat NCC-527  • U.S.S. Saddam  • U.S.S. Safarov  • U.S.S. Saladin NCC-500  • U.S.S. Sargon NCC-504  • U.S.S. Shaitan NCC-519  • U.S.S. Shamir NCC-868  • U.S.S. Shevardnadze NCC-865  • U.S.S. Sihanouk NCC-867  • U.S.S. Skanderbeg NCC-529  • U.S.S. Suleiman NCC-508  • U.S.S. Sultan  • U.S.S. Suvarov NCC-535  • U.S.S. Talabani  • U.S.S. Tamerlane NCC-510  • U.S.S. Taylor  • U.S.S. Thatcher NCC-855  • U.S.S. Thurmost III NCC-537  • U.S.S. Tongogara  • U.S.S. Tudjman NCC-803  • U.S.S. Turabi  • U.S.S. Villalobos  • U.S.S. Xerxes NCC-505  • U.S.S. Yeltsin NCC-852  • U.S.S. Brigham Young NCC-526  • U.S.S. Zamora NCC-524  • U.S.S. Zoroaster NCC-524

Notes and References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Joseph, Franz. Star Trek: Star Fleet Technical Manual. Ballantine Books, November 1975.
  2. Theisen, John A. "The Four Years War." Star Trek: The Role Playing Game, Supplement 2218A. Cover Art and Illustrations by Dana Knutson. FASA Corporation. 1986.
  3. Rotsler, William. Star Trek II Biographies. Wanderer Books, December 1982.
  4. The dates in Star Trek II Biographies conflicted with all other dates established in other sources; e.g., the book stated that Uhura was born in 2140, rather than 2178. All date reference have been adjusted to align with other FASA Timeline sources.
  5. Bethke, Erik (Producer). Star Trek: Starfleet Command. Lead Designer: Erik Bethke. Senior Designer: Chris Taylor. Mission Scripting by Lance Watanabe. Campaign Mission Design by Scott Bennie. Game Design by Marc Hertogh and Tom Hughes. SFB Consultant: Tom Hughes. Interplay Productions, 15 September 1999.