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The USS Eureka was a 24th century Federation starship, a Steamrunner-class heavy frigate[1] in Starfleet service in the 2370s decade. (ST video game: Armada)

Service history and disposition

The Eureka was one of the Federation starships combating the Borg Collective when Locutus attempted to assimilate the Alpha Quadrant and gain control over an Omega particle in the year 2376. At the time, Starfleet equipped Steamrunner-class starships with tricobalt devices. (ST video game: Armada)

Some six months later, in 2377, the Eureka saw action during a renewed Borg invasion, compounded by a Cardassian uprising led by Gul Kentar and Species 8472 incursions into the galaxy. (ST video game: Armada II)

In 2379, the Eureka was among the ships represented in training scenarios at Starfleet Academy. (ST video game: Armada II mission: "Tutorial")

No specific history or definitive final fate was established for this vessel as its name was selected for a frigate by the Armada game developers, and is placed randomly each time the ship appears.

Legacy

By the early 25th century, the Excelsior II-class starship USS Eureka carried the name Eureka. (PIC episode: "The Star Gazer")

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Connections

Steamrunner-class heavy frigate/escort starships
Federation Starfleet
(primary universe)
standard configuration AdirondackAlamoAmsterdamAppalachiaAppalachia IIArcadiaArchonArizonaAselinBallistaBangkokBarcelonaBenevolenceBudapestCairoCasparsCerberusChurchillCircassiaCimmeronColumbiaCrowellDenverDiligentDiscoveryDublinEnessiEnforcerEurekaFranconiaGeorgiaGettysburgGreat SmokeyHiroshimaIcarusIron HorseIroncladJerusalemKevlarKhyberKnoxKodiakKyushuLexingtonMakerMarylandMatewanNautilusOctoberOrionPattonProtectorProtégéRaalSacramentoSan DiegoSaviorShenandoahSierraSloaneSolarisSteamrunnerSun TsuSutterTavdaTien ShanTolstoyTrafalgarTrebuchetVambraceVoroth SeaWandererWyomingZephyr Federation icon image. Starfleet icon image.
variant configurations Zephyr-subclass: BohrZephyr
Confederation of Earth, Corps
(alternate timeline)
standard configuration Leyton Confederation of Earth icon image. Confederation Corps icon image.


Appearances and references

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