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Peace was a state of being free from conflict.

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In the 23rd century, Biluddin mountain on the planet Alpha 332 was worshipped as a god of peace by the humanoid Parracas. Increasing volcanic activity was regarded as a sign that it did not approve of war. (TOS comic: "The Gods Have Come!")

In the year 2266, when Montgomery Scott said goodbye to Lok, he told her to "go in peace and love." (TOS comic: "The Cosmic Cavemen")

In 2270, Admiral Traynor gave a speech to newly graduated Starfleet ensigns in which he said, "Never forget that Starfleet's mission is to keep peace in the galaxy. Use force only when everything else has failed." (TOS - Which Way Books novella: Voyage to Adventure)

In 2293, Spock told Gorkon, son of Toq at a dinner aboard the USS Enterprise-A that "Starfleet's mission has always been one of peace." (TOS movie: The Undiscovered Country)

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