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Starbase G-6[1] was a Federation space station, a G-class starbase/border outpost[2] operational in the 23rd[3] and 24th centuries, located near the planet Betazed and the Betreka Nebula, in the galaxy's Alpha Quadrant. (ST reference: Star Charts)


In the year 2270, the station's commanding officer was a male Human. Commander Montgomery Scott was aboard the asteroid drydock when a hostile fleet attacked the Federation border system. A squadron of Alpha Quadrant Alliance starships from the year 2410 arrived in the system, disguised as contemporary Federation vessels. The Allies defended the station and faced off against a doomsday machine the Na'kuhl had delivered to the hostile attackers. Scott led the drydock's engineers to produce warp cores, including one meant for a Atlas-class dreadnought, to stop the doomsday machine.

Slowing the doomsday machine by dropping Scotty's warp cores in its path and holding off the hostiles, provided the engineers with the time to ready the dreadnought's warp core. The Allies saved the starbase by halting the doomsday machine with the largest warp core, and the hostiles retreated from the Federation border, foiling the Na'kuhl's plan to upend the timeline. (STO - Agents of Yesterday mission: "Days of Doom")

Early in the year 2364, the USS Enterprise-D dropped Deanna Troi off at Starbase G-6 for a shuttlecraft trip to her homeworld of Betazed. (TNG episode: "Hide and Q")



Space stations named G-6
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This is the only Federation starbase known to use the alphanumeric prefix "G".


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