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The '''USS Inwood''' is a [[Danube Class]] [[runabout]]. (''[[TNG]]'' [[novel]]: ''[[Q & A]]'')
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{{auxiliary craft
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| type = fed
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| name = USS ''Inwood''
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| class = [[runabout]]
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| affiliation = [[Federation]], [[Starfleet]]
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| assignment = [[Space Station Bravo]]
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| status = active ([[2380]])
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| icon1 = {{iconUFP|24th}} {{icon|starfleet 2370s insignia.jpg|Starfleet}}
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}}
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The '''USS ''Inwood''''' was a [[Federation]] [[runabout]] in [[Starfleet]] service during the late [[24th century]], {{named|ship}} after a region of [[Manhattan]] on the [[planet]] [[Earth]].
   
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==Service history and disposition==
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The ''Inwood'' was assigned to [[Space Station Bravo]] in [[Sector 221-G]] in the [[2380s]] [[decade]].
   
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In early [[2380]], the ''Inwood'' departed from the [[space station]] with crew replacements for the [[starship]] {{uSS|Trident|NCC-31347}}, but was forced to turn back due to engine trouble.
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In an [[alternate reality]] which was averted by [[Jean-Luc Picard]], the ''Inwood'' was lost in a [[spatial rift]], shortly after it left the station. ({{n|TNG|Q & A}})
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==Appendices==
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===Appearances and references===
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* {{n|TNG|Q & A}}
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Latest revision as of 19:51, April 4, 2020

The USS Inwood was a Federation runabout in Starfleet service during the late 24th century, named after a region of Manhattan on the planet Earth.

Service history and dispositionEdit

The Inwood was assigned to Space Station Bravo in Sector 221-G in the 2380s decade.

In early 2380, the Inwood departed from the space station with crew replacements for the starship USS Trident, but was forced to turn back due to engine trouble.

In an alternate reality which was averted by Jean-Luc Picard, the Inwood was lost in a spatial rift, shortly after it left the station. (TNG novel: Q & A)


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