- The class may be named for the Cardassian revolutionary leader Corat Damar.
The Damar-class shared its spaceframe with the Galor-class but was smaller and had a crew complement of 80. Ships of the class were armed with a phaser arrays and the Breen energy dissipator, which when fired would drain the energy reserves of the targeted enemy ship, making them more vulnerable to attack. (ST video game: Armada mission: "A Call to Power")
In 2376, Admiral Sela operated from a Romulan starbase near Cardassian Union territory when the Cardassians traded with a Ferengi delegation for the sale of an omega particle. The CDF sent Galor- and Damar-class destroyers to prevent the Romulans from seizing the particle but were defeated after Sela bribed the Ferengi into accepting a ceasefire. (ST video game: Armada mission: "A Call to Power")
|Damar-class destroyer starships|
|Antharn • Belor • Berak • Crovax • Dakol • Desark • Draxon • Entek • Grevik • Karmak • Kelak • Keleras • Kezaran • Kevanak • Kornek • Makbar • Prekon • Prellak • Raxarek • Rejal • Teken • Teraxa • Tulkes • Veridon|
|Starship classes of the Cardassian Union|
|Named classes||Akril • Bok'Nor • Brinok • Bruja • Damar • Galor • Groumall • Gul Vystan • Hideki • Hutet • Hybrid • Janissary • Keldon • Kulinor • Legate • Liburnian • Nerok • Netel • Neterok • Norin • Ranol • Rasilak • Sartan • Selek • Telok • Tonga • Toran • Vasad • Vinca • Yrcan • Zhoden|
|Unnamed classes by type/description||colony ship • construction ship • cruiser • dreadnought missile • mining freighter • repair ship • survey vessel • fighter • shuttlecraft|
- This class appeared as a non-playable menace in a limited number of maps in the game. They were the smaller counterpart to the Galor-class, though oddly were very similar in design to the Galor-class, while the game's Galor-class design bore a greater resemblance to the Keldon-class.
- In the German edition of the game, these destroyers are referred to as Dumar class.