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

Service history and disposition

The Sacramento was on active duty by the 2370s decade. In the year 2376, the Sacramento was on the frontlines of the Borg Invasion of 2376. At the time, Starfleet outfitted Steamrunner-class destroyers with a tricobalt torpedo launcher and the engine overload special weapon. The Sacramento became involved in battles with the Borg Collective, leading to an assault on the Sol star system itself, and a Federation Alliance counter-strike at Locutus in the Delta Quadrant. (ST video game: Armada)

Six months later, the Borg Invasion of 2377 and a Cardassian uprising led by Gul Kentar bound Starfleet forces. Starfleet deployed its long-range artillery ships in the Regula Badlands and again in the Delta Quadrant, where the fleets encountered Species 8472. (ST video game: Armada II)

In a Starfleet Academy training scenario presented by Lieutenant Commander Carey in 2379, the Sacramento was a deployable vessel. (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.
MAJOR SPOILERS
WARNING! This article contains MAJOR spoilers for the recently released episode No Small Parts. Caution is advised.

By 2380, the junior officer crew of the California-class USS Cerritos considered an assignment aboard the Sacramento a career boost. (LD episode: "No Small Parts")

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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.


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