- For other uses, see Alexander.
In an alternate timeline when Doctor Ies Bredell succeeded in destroying Earth and the Federation, the Alexander was heavily damaged as it was sent into a time warp. The ship traveled eight days into the past, and was encountered by the USS Enterprise. Captain Rayner warned the Enterprise crew that a weapon was being constructed at Espoir Station which would be capable of destroying Earth. However, the strain of time travel, coupled with the damage the Alexander sustained in the destruction, proved to be too much, and the Alexander exploded.
When Captain James T. Kirk, Commander Spock, and Doctor Leonard McCoy prevented the weapon from being used, the timeline in which the Alexander was destroyed was erased from history. The Alexander was sent to secure Espoir Station, and from their perspective met Captain Kirk and the Enterprise crew for the first time. (TOS video game: Judgment Rites)
- The ship was named after Alexander the Great.
|Ships named Alexander|
|Alexander (NCC-511, Akula-class) • Alexander (NCC-511, Saladin-class) • Alexander (NCC-4367, Larson-class) • Alexander (Constitution-class)|
|Early series of Constitution-class class I/class XI heavy cruiser starships|
|Federation, Starfleet||built to mk I specifications||Constellation • Constitution • Defiant • Endeavor • Enterprise • Excalibur • Exeter • Farragut • Hood • Intrepid • Kongo • Lexington • Potemkin • Republic • Valiant (I) • Yorktown|
|various specifications||Alexander • Asimov • Brahe • Confederate • Enterprise (Vardaine copy) • Excalibur II • Glory • Indomitable • Isshasshte • Reuben James • John F. Kennedy • Mendel • Nautilus • Olympus Mons • Ortisei • Pathfinder • Surak • Tao Feng • Trexelprise • Trojan • Venture • Zimbabwe|
|Terran Empire, Starfleet
|Constitution • Carnage • Constellation • Banshee • Defiant • Enterprise • Excalibur (23rd century) • Excalibur (Excalibur-subclass) • Exeter • Hood • Kodos • Lexington • Nobunaga • Potemkin|
|23rd century subclasses: Bonhomme Richard-subclass (mk II) • Achernar-subclass (mk III) • Tikopai-subclass (mk IV) • Enterprise-subclasses (mk I-III refits)|