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The USS Musgrave was a 24th century Federation starship, a Saber-class light cruiser in Starfleet service in the 2370s decade. Throughout the 2370s and 2380s, Musgrave was assigned to the Starfleet Corps of Engineers.

Service history and disposition[]

As of the year 2376, Musgrave was commanded by Captain Manolet Dayrit. (SCE eBook: Interphase, Part One)

In 2376, the Musgrave was to transport DTI Agent Stewart Peart and Lieutenant Arex Na Eth from Starbase 211 to Starbase 129. When Peart discovered this itinerary would take him away from his correct destination, he borrowed one of the Musgrave's shuttlecrafts, taking it to Starbase 37. (NF - No Limits short story: "The Road to Edos")

Later that year, the Musgrave transported Ambassador Worf from Qo'noS to Starbase 24, after which the ship was called to respond to an emergency in the Trivas system. (ST - The Brave and the Bold - Book Two novella: The Final Artifact)

In 2381, the Musgrave was assigned to Maxia Zeta IV, to help clear a deposit of farantine at the dilithium mine there. (ST novel: A Singular Destiny)

In 2383, Captain Geordi LaForge was offered command of the Musgrave to replace Captain Dayrit; however, he accepted a grade reduction to commander to remain aboard the USS Enterprise. (ST - Typhon Pact novels: Paths of Disharmony, Plagues of Night)

Crew manifest[]

See USS Musgrave personnel.

Appendices[]

Connections[]

Saber-class starships
Federation Starfleet
(primary universe)
standard light cruiser configuration ArianBellinghamBhuttoChakaCutlassda VinciDenmarkDosalnarFalchionGagarinGarzaHrisalKal'HrisKatanaKhwarizmiLaplaceLarueLu'gharaLuxembourgMarco PoloMek'lethMercuryMontgolfierMusgravePetersonSaberSandersSchirraScimitarSentrySharpesShasqaShepardStortaT'PoraTriumphTulwarVeldarYeager Emblem of the United Federation of Planets. Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
destroyer configuration AsamaBardabungaBayudaFalcon IslandGrimsvotnHarujHeklaIschiaJan MayenKilaueaKoroKrafgaKverkfjollLaboLaconaLagafellLarderriloLongongiManarunuManengoubaMaroaMarsabitMauna KeaMenengaiMetis ShoalOkuPeleRotoruaSan CarlosSixxSuswaTamboraTarso VoonTaupoTaveuniTofuaTongariroVesuviusVulsiniWallis Island
frigate configuration AmstrongAndersonChakaDegrasseDoolittleDu BoisGarveyGleavesHalseyHosegawaHughesJonesMcCluskyNimitzRandolphReynoldsRichard I. BongSaberSenyavinSpruanceThomas B. McGuire, Jr.TowersVilleneuveWhitetreeYeager
other variant configurations Gladius-subclass: ArmstrongGladiusRapier-subclass: Rapier
Terran Imperial Starfleet
(mirror universe)
Saber Seal of the Terran Empire.


Appearances and references[]

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