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The USS Lexington (NCC-61832) was a Federation starship, a Nebula-class explorer in service to Starfleet, commissioned in the 24th century.

The Lexington's first mention in TNG episode: "The Measure of a Man"'s starship deploy status chart gave it the registry NCC-30405.

Service history and disposition[]

This ship was named as a successor to previous vessels named Lexington of history.

The Lexington was launched in the late 2350s under the command of Captain James Turner. In 2357, the Lexington took aboard Ensign Eric Stiles for medical treatment after he was held prisoner on PojjanPiraKot for four years following the evacuation of the Federation Embassy in 2354. A special award ceremony was held aboard the Lexington and Stiles was awarded the Federation Medal of Valor. (TNG - Double Helix novel: Red Sector)

Starship deploy status

Starship deploy status chart listing Lexington.

In the year 2365, the Lexington was under the command of Captain Wil Thoms. He was assigned to captain Lexington on a planetary exploration mission in sector 028. This information was listed on a starship deploy status report on a viewscreen on Starbase 173. (TNG episode: "The Measure of a Man")

By 2367, Captain Gilaad Ben Zoma was commanding the Lexington when she rendezvoused with the USS Enterprise-D, so that Ben Zoma and security chief, "Pug" Joseph, could attend the installation of Morgen, their old friend and USS Stargazer crewmate, as the new ruler of Daa'V. (TNG novel: Reunion)

Following a mining disaster on Naia VII, the Lexington was sent with additional engineering personnel and equipment to aid the mining operation there. (TNG - Assimilation² comic: "Issue 2")

In 2370, the Lexington rendezvoused with the Enterprise to take aboard medical supplies for transport to the Taranko Colony. (TNG episode: "Thine Own Self")

In Borath's simulation, Jadzia Dax was to be assigned to the Lexington as its new science officer after the Federation was to give Deep Space 9 to the Dominion. (DS9 episode: "The Search")

Nebula class, DS9

Lexington at DS9.

After exploring uncharted space for several years, the Lexington put in at Deep Space 9 for repairs in 2371. (DS9 episode: "Explorers")

As of 2374, the Lexington was commanded by Captain Eberling, while serving in the Seventh Fleet. Early that year, he was killed in action at the Battle of Tyra. Eberling was replaced by his first officer, Heather Anderson. (SCE eBooks: Oaths, War Stories, Book 1)

In 2375, the Lexington was in range of Earth but was escorting trade vessels to Starbase Midway when the Breen attacked San Francisco. (TNG short story: "Eleven Hours Out")

The Lexington, along with the USS Enterprise-E, was called by the USS da Vinci in 2376 to assist them following the crash of an alien ship on Intar. (SCE eBook: Hard Crash)

The Lexington was one of the ships to survive the Borg Invasion of 2381, though the crew suffered the loss of their entire engineering staff, with the exception of Crewperson Alhan Jago. Following the invasion, the Lexington reported to Starbase 22, where the station's counselor, Brian Ellis, counseled Jago and the Lexington medical staff. (ST novel: A Singular Destiny)

In Red Sector it was stated that the Lexington was a Galaxy-class starship. In Reunion it was identified as a Constitution-class vessel. In Armada II it was succeeded by a Steamrunner-class vessel.




Ships named Lexington
Federation, Starfleet USS Lexington (NX-class)USS Lexington (Constitution-class)USS Lexington (Lexington-class)USS Lexington (Excelsior-class)USS Lexington (Proxima-class)USS Lexington (Nebula-class)USS Lexington (Steamrunner-class)USS Lexington (Galaxy-class)see also: Lexington-class (cruiser)Lexington-class (dreadnought) Emblem of the United Federation of Planets. Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
Imperial Starfleet
(mirror universe)
ISS Lexington (NCC-1709, Constitution-class)ISS Lexington (NCC-98355, Lexington-class)see also: Lexington-class Seal of the Terran Empire.
Nebula-class starships
Federation Starfleet Standard configuration AldebaranAlnwickAristotleBarclayBellBellerophonBerkeleyBoadiceaBonchuneBonhomme RichardBostwickBougainvilleBoyleCaddebostanChang TehChatelainChesapeakeChinColumbia-BConklinCourageousCousteauCrickCurieDarwinDescartesDiscoveryDouglassEdisonEinsteinEndeavourEuclidFaradayFarragutFermiFoucaultGalileoGallantGarudaGatesGodelHawkingHegelHeisenbergHeraHimoriHonshuHsien NingHubbleJacobusJah'torJasmineKelvinKerra'donKhitomerKnuthKoernerLancasterLeedsLeopardLexingtonMei YuanMelbourneMerrimackMing ChuenMonitorNebulaNewellNew YorkNewtonNightingaleNobelO'NeilOakhamOckhamOppenheimerOxfordPascalPasteurPavlovPhoenixPrometheusProximaPythagorasRangerSaladinSalkRestonSchrödingerSchweitzerScottStaffordSutherlandT'KumbraTemeraireTeslaTintagelTomaselliTonawandaUlyssesWhitneyZee-MagneesZimmermanunnamed Nebula-class starships UFP emblem image. Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
variant configurations Magellan-subclass: Magellan

Sutherland-subclass: SutherlandHuygensAlmagestIbn al-Haytham

Terran Imperial Starfleet
(mirror universe)
BerkeleyNebula Seal of the Terran Empire. Borg Collective DouglassO'NeilTonawandaunnamed Nebula-class starships Emblem of the Borg Collective.

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