For other uses, see Edwards.

Edwards was a McCall-class fighter-like Federation shuttlecraft in Starfleet service, attached to the USS Enterprise-E in the late 24th century.

Service historyEdit

At some point in her service career, Edwards was docked in the main shuttlebay when the Argo was on approach to the Sovereign-class starship. (ST - Ships of the Line calendar: 2011)



John Eaves named this shuttle after the aviation pioneer Glen Edwards. He was a test pilot for the United States Air Force in the late 1940's. In 1947, Edwards died on a test flight of the experimental Northrop YB-49. Three years later, Muroc AFB was renamed Edwards Air Force Base to honor the memory of this fallen aviator. Eaves described this shuttle as a fighter assigned to the Enterprise after the events of Star Trek: Nemesis. [1]


McCall-class shuttlecraft
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