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Starbase 10 is a Federation starbase located near the Romulan Neutral Zone in the Beta Quadrant. Located at a habitable planet, the facility consists of an orbital space station as well as a planetside base. (TOS - Annual comic: "The Final Voyage"; TOS comic: "The Argon Affair!"; TOS episode & Star Trek 7 novelization: The Deadly Years)

History and specifics

The base became operational in the 22nd century on reference stardate 1/1604. (FASA RPG module: The Romulan War)

Starfleet Intelligence's Triangle Sector Intelligence based its headquarters at Starbase 10. (FASA RPG module: Star Fleet Intelligence Manual)

In 2261, future Starfleet Intelligence officer Larns Dromal was born at Starbase 10. (FASA RPG module: The Dixie Gambit)

In the year 2264, Starbase 10 received a distress call from various outposts stationed along the Neutral Zone, reporting that they had suffered damage due to an ion storm. Commander Alicia Burke ordered Lieutenant Commander Montgomery Scott and Lieutenant J'Lenn to the starbase so that they could join the Starfleet Corps of Engineers team aboard the USS Lovell to repair the outposts. (SCE eBook: Foundations, Book One)

Also in 2264, the USS Enterprise was assigned to rendezvous with Ambassador Mason at Starbase 10 but was captured by Chang along the way. (TOS comic: "Sceptre of the Sun")

In 2266, the Enterprise traveled to Starbase 10 following the crisis on Alpha Proxima II, where they transferred the first Malkus Artifact to representatives of the Rector Institute. (TOS - The Brave and the Bold, Book One novella: The First Artifact)

After departing from the planet Gateway in 2267, the Enterprise headed for Starbase 10. (TOS novel: Provenance of Shadows)

Following the Enterprise's mission to kill the neural parasites on Deneva in 2267, they proceeded to Starbase 10 to deliver Peter Kirk so that he could travel back to Earth to live with Winona Kirk. (TOS episode: "Operation -- Annihilate!"; TOS novel: The Last Roundup) At this time, Yeoman Janice Rand departed the Enterprise while the ship was visiting Starbase 10. After a brief stay, Rand boarded the transport ship Reykjavik bound for Earth so she could enroll at Starfleet Academy. (TOS novel: Provenance of Shadows)

Later that year, the Enterprise was transporting Commodore George Stocker to Starbase 10 so that he could assume control. En route, the Enterprise was diverted to Gamma Hydra IV and Captain James T. Kirk and his landing party were subjected to a disease that caused rapid aging. Forced to assume command of the Enterprise, Stocker took the starship on a shortcut to Starbase 10 across the Neutral Zone, where they were immediately set upon by Romulan warships. Thankfully, Captain Kirk was cured and managed to remove the Enterprise from Romulan space. (TOS episode & Star Trek 7 novelization: The Deadly Years)

In 2269, the competing vessels in the Great Starship Race from Federation worlds traveled to Starbase 10 where their commanding officers were instructed about the rules of the race. (TOS novel: The Great Starship Race)

In 2270, Dr. Leonard McCoy and Montgomery Scott presented a biotechnology paper to a scientific conference held on Starbase 10. They were later picked up from the starbase by the USS Lexington. (TOS short story: "Where Everybody Knows Your Name")

Later that year, the Enterprise was recalled to Starbase 10 after patrolling the Romulan Neutral Zone. Once at the base, the Enterprise took on additional personnel bound for Sherman's Planet. (TOS novel: Pawns and Symbols)

The Enterprise was ordered to Starbase 10 on its way back to Earth at the conclusion of her five-year mission. They were joined at the base by Willard Decker, who was to command the Enterprise during her refit. (TOS comic: "The Final Voyage")

Starbase 10 in the 2280s.

In the 2280s, the USS Bremerton returned to Starbase 10 following a one-year patrol in the Triangle. (FASA RPG module: Federation Ship Recognition Manual)

In the 2280s, the facility was under the command of Commodore Konstantine Spiravos. When a small crew at Starbase 10 was available for reassignment during their ship's refit, Spiravos asked them to volunteer for a mission to destroy the USS Devon, which was captured in the Triangle and being repaired at the Workday starport. (FASA RPG module: Orion Rising)

In the late 23rd century, Starbase 10 was the home of the 1st, 2nd and 5th Pursuit Groups of Scorpio-class corvettes. (FASA RPG module: Federation Ship Recognition Manual)

Defense Outposts 542 and 573 were overseen from Starbase 10. (FASA RPG module: Regula-1 Orbital Station Deckplans)

The base continued to launch flights of small security vessels into the 24th century, including the ill-fated Oak Squadron. (TNG - Double Helix novel: Red Sector)

In 2375, Starbase 10 was the destination of the USS Enterprise-E following their mission to transport Ambassador Worf to the Klingon border. (TNG novel: Diplomatic Implausibility)

In January of 2380, base personnel reported indications of Borg remains along the Romulan border. (ST novel: Articles of the Federation)


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