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The USS Armstrong (NCC-19212) was a Federation Oberth-class science vessel starship in service to Starfleet in the late 23rd and the majority of the 24th century. (DS9 comic: "Stowaway"; ST video game: Klingon Academy; TOS novel: Vulcan's Heart)

History

This ship was used in the elite Klingon Command Academy bridge crew training simulations for the class of 2290. As such, she was encountered in the Eisenhower star system in a simulated mission, in company with the USS Carter. (TOS video game: Klingon Academy)

By the late 2320s, the Armstrong was under the command of Captain Truman Howes. Also serving aboard in 2329 was Commander Saavik, who served as Howes' first officer. Saavik remained aboard in that capacity until 2344, when she requested personal leave as she was undergoing pon farr. (TOS novel: Vulcan's Heart)

By the late 2360s, the Armstrong was commanded by Captain Johnson. In 2369, the Armstrong docked at Deep Space 9 after completing a survey mission in the Gamma Quadrant with renowned Federation xenobiologist Doctor Josiah Wembley aboard. (DS9 comics: "Stowaway", "Stowaway, Part II")

By 2373 the Armstrong had either been lost or decommissioned and replaced by a new ship bearing the name. (DS9 episode: "Apocalypse Rising"; ST reference: The Star Trek Encyclopedia)

USS Armstrong personnel

Connections

Ships named Armstrong
United Earth, Earth Starfleet USS Armstrong (Daedalus-class) United Earth icon image. Earth Starfleet icon image.
Federation Starfleet starships: USS Armstrong (NCC-1784, Miranda-class)USS Armstrong (NCC-19212, Oberth-class)USS Neil Armstrong (NCC-31806)USS Armstrong (NCC-57537, Challenger-class)USS Armstrong (Intrepid-class)USS Armstrong (Defiant-class)USS Armstrong (NCC-93299, Gladius-class)USS Armstrong (NCC-317856, Kirk-class) small craft: Armstrong (USS Enterprise)Armstrong (II) (USS Enterprise)Armstrong (USS Enterprise-B)Armstrong (USS Titan) Federation icon image. Starfleet icon image.
Federation Starfleet
(Kelvin timeline)
USS Armstrong (NCC-1769)USS Armstrong II (NCC-1769) Federation icon image. {{{2}}} icon image.
Oberth-class starships
various configurations Aamot* • AchillesAlacrityAldrinAndromedeArmstrongBantingBarracudaBikoBonestellBroadswordCarterCarverCavalierCochraneCopernicusCortesDrakeFaradayFreedomFu PoGarneauGatoHawkingIntrepid IIJacequaiJonathan LevyKhartoumKhyberLagrangeLakeManateeMartynovMontgomeryMorayNarwhalOberthOsirisPegasus (2285)Pegasus (2358)Pegasus (Late 24th century)RamanRio BrancoSandhuskySeadragonShepherdSmallwood* • StingraySun Yat SenSurakSybilTinianTobiasTrosperTrumpTudorVicoYosemiteYung Sheng
(*simulated and/or fictional)
UFP emblem. Seal of the Federation Starfleet
Clarke-subclass Benjamin FranklinClarkeSalutaris (civilian medical vessel) Gagarin-subclass ChaffeeGagarinGrissom
Sagan-subclass CarsonCochraneCorbyCraterDaystromEinsteinFermiLowellMeadeMendeleyevSaganShoonedevSkoatarSurishianT'mireaTsiolkovskyV'Ryugenn
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