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For other uses, see Armstrong.

Armstrong was the name of a Type-11 shuttlecraft attached to the USS Titan in 2379. She was named in honor of human jazz musician, Louis Armstrong, by Captain William T. Riker.

Service history[]

In late 2379, Riker used the Armstrong to travel from the Titan, docked at the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards, to the USS Enterprise-E, which was docked at Earth Station McKinley. (TTN novel: Taking Wing)

In early 2386, Ensign Olivia Bolaji flew Rear Admiral Riker to the Titan in the Armstrong. Also aboard were new first officer, Commander Dalit Sarai, and operations officer, Lieutenant Ethan Kyzak. (TTN novel: Sight Unseen)

In late-September, 2386, Captain Christine Vale had the Armstrong along with several of the Titan's auxiliary craft remotely used as a small attack fleet to assist in engaging the Breen dreadnought Kulak above Husnock Prime. As well as to cover an away team aboard the runabout USS Nechako led by Commander Sarai to confront Spetzkar commandos. To further distract the Breen, Lieutenant commander Ranul Keru had each of the shuttlecraft execute a microsecond jump to warp speed slipping past the Kulak's targeting sensors and right up to its shields detonating all craft at once, due to a trio of quantum torpedoes secured inside their passenger compartments. The sacrifice of the shuttles was almost enough to incapacitate the Kulak, but it was able to continue engaging the starship Titan. (TTN novel: Fortune of War)

Connections[]

Ships named Armstrong
United Earth, Earth Starfleet USS Armstrong (Daedalus-class) United Earth icon image. Earth Starfleet icon image.
Federation Starfleet starships: USS Armstrong (NCC-1784, Miranda-class)USS Armstrong (NCC-19212, Oberth-class)USS Neil Armstrong (NCC-31806)USS Armstrong (NCC-57537, Challenger-class)USS Armstrong (Intrepid-class)USS Armstrong (Defiant-class)USS Armstrong (NCC-93299, Gladius-class)USS Armstrong (NCC-317856, Kirk-class) small craft: Armstrong (USS Enterprise)Armstrong (II) (USS Enterprise)Armstrong (USS Enterprise-B)Armstrong (USS Titan) Federation icon image. Starfleet icon image.
Federation Starfleet
(Kelvin timeline)
USS Armstrong (NCC-1769)USS Armstrong II (NCC-1769) Federation icon image. {{{2}}} icon image.
Auxiliary craft assigned to USS Titan
Emblem of the United Federation of Planets. ArmstrongBeiderbeckeEllingtonEllington IIGillespieHandyHolidayHorneLa RoccaManceMarsalisMonk Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
Type-11 shuttlecraft
Emblem of the United Federation of Planets. ArchimedesArmstrongCookEllington IIGalileoGarrettGillespieHandyHolidayMarsalisunnamed type-11 shuttlecraft Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
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