The Akira-class was a type of starship used by Starfleet in the late 24th century Built in response to the Borg threat and rising hostilities with the Cardassians, Akira class vessels are fast manuverable attack ships.
The Akira class was initially conceived during rising hostilities with the Cardassian Union, the project at first was just a test in starship design, however following Starfleet’s disastrous losses to the Borg in the Battle of Wolf 359 Starfleet began a major program of starship development and building to meet any future Borg threat.
The USS Akira was launched in 2368 and the Akira class went on become a major player in the fleet. The class performed admirably against the Borg on their return and was involved in numerous battles in the Cardassian Conflicts.
The Akira class is heavily armed with an amazing fifteen photon torpedo launchers. However its defining feature is it's shuttle bay which exists through the length of the ship allowing the Akira class to act as a fighter carrier. Its compliment of forty fighters exit through the forward shuttle doors and return through one of two aft bays.
- Length: 464.6 meters
- Width: 316.7 meters
- Height: 87.4 meters
- No. of decks: 18; 17 habitable
- Crew: 500
- Speed: Warp 9.8
- Armaments: 6 Phaser arrays, 15 Photon tubes
- Defenses: Shields
- 10 Work bees
- 40 Fighters
- 10 Shuttlecraft
- 5 Shuttlepods
Locations of Akira Class Construction:
Antares Fleet Yards, Antares IV; New Aberdeen Fleet Yard, Aldebaran; Utopia Planitia Fleet Yard, Mars; Copernicus Fleet Yard, Luna; Atlas V Fleet Yard, Deneb V; Balkinur Kosmodrome, Earth.
Akira Class Mission Profile
The Akira Class design was intended to replace the Excelsior, Ambassador, and New Orleans class Starships as the primary instrument of Federation deep-space defense. While still carrying out Starfleet’s primary directive of scientific exploration, the Akira class was designed specifically to serve as a frontline warship during times of war.
The Akira Class starship entered service in 2355 and has quickly become the pride of Starfleet’s next generation of starships. Unlike many starships of this era, with saucer separation being a prerequisite, Akira Class vessels to date cannot separate into two vessels. As such the Akira Class no longer has the twin hull design that has been seen in vessels such as Excelsior, New Orleans, Galaxy and Ambassador Classes.
The weapons array for the Akira Class is perhaps its most defining characteristic. With Tensions increasing with the Cardassians and the continuing threat of a Borg invasion, Starfleet required that the Akira class be fitted with extensive weaponry and upgraded shield systems. The result was that this class mounted no less than 15 Photon torpedo tubes spread between three arrays, two located on the aft sail, and one mounted on the ventral portion of the vessel just above the main deflector. When combined with the Type X Phaser array, the Akira class is heavily armed, and in raw torpedo firepower, could return fire - torpedo for torpedo, with the vaunted Galaxy/Nebula Class weapon systems.
Akira class starships were also outfitted with a full fly through hangar on deck 12 from which no fewer than forty Void Sphinx Class fighters can be launched. When this is taken into account with the three photon torpedo arrays and six Type X Phaser arrays, the Akira is easily one of the most capable combat platforms ever devised.
AKIRA CLASS TACTICAL INFORMATION CENTER
The TIC is an operations center that is specifically for Flight Operations, conducting combat operations utilizing the Akira's Space fighter Wing, and sifting through the numerous sensor plots and intelligence gathered by the star fighters. A large room, the TIC is twice as large as the Ship's bridge, and is fully manned through all duty shifts. During combat situations the Second Officer or the Space Fighter Wing Commander typically commands the TIC.
Primary Flight Operational Control of the Akira Class is provided by the TIC, located on decks A and B of the aft sail area. The TIC directly supervises all primary and secondary Flight Operations and coordinates all Flight, Search and Rescue, and Fighter-based activities.
The new TIC configuration is unique to the Akira class, and closely resembles a Starbase Bridge/Operations Center. The central area of the TIC provides a large holographic display, viewable from the entire TIC. Attached to the holoprojector are the TIC Chief’s console, and two consoles’ for his assistants. Identical in size and design to the bridge Mission Operations console, these consoles are the heart of the TIC.
Directly fore of the holoviewer are the Flight Ops Officers. The 8 FO Officers are equipped with a console that proceeds across the entire Foredeck, each with access to visuals of Flight Decks, Fighter craft, Shuttlecraft, along with Helm and Science information from the bridge. The FO's are in charge of maintaining full flight operation efficiency.
Phaser array arrangement of the Akira Class is as follows: Two dorsal Phaser arrays on the primary hull, extending from just aft of the bridge to almost midway around the saucer section. The arrays converge to intersect at the bow of the ship, giving them an almost oval appearance. There are two ventral Phaser arrays on the primary hull extending from the very back of the primary hull almost to the bow. These arrays also converge as they approach the widest part of the primary hull, meeting near the bow. Two Phaser arrays are located on or near the aft sail covering the rear-firing arc.
The Akira Class currently utilizes the Type X array system. The seven arrays are all type X, the standard emitter. Each array fires a steady beam of Phaser energy, and the forced-focus emitters discharge the Phasers at speeds approaching .986c (which works out to about 182,520 miles per second - nearly warp one). The Phaser array automatically rotates Phaser frequency and attempts to lock onto the frequency and phase of a threat vehicle's shields for maximum shield penetration.
Each Phaser array takes its energy directly from the impulse drive and auxiliary fusion generators. Individually, each Type X emitter can only discharge approximately 5.1 MW (megawatts). However, several emitters (usually two) fire at once in the array during standard firing procedures, resulting in a discharge approximately 10.2 MW.
The maximum effective range of the type X emitter is 300,000 kilometers.
The Akira Class currently utilizes three fixed-focus torpedo launchers, one located just above the main deflector dish and another at the bow of the primary hull along with a third launcher within the main sail. These launchers are the second generation of automated, high-speed launchers originally developed and found on the New Orleans and Saber Class starships and each launcher is armed with 5 tubes per launcher, giving the Akira Class the ability to launch up to fifteen torpedoes in a single salvo.
Typically armed with the Mark XXV photon torpedo and/or the Mark Q-II Quantum Torpedoes, capable of pattern firing, spread firing, as well as independent launch. Independent targeting once launched from the ship, detonation on contact unless otherwise directed by the Chief Tactical Officer.
Payload: The ship can carry a maximum of 375 torpedoes. Standard load is 325 photon torpedoes and 50 quantum torpedoes.
Range: Maximum effective range is 4,050,000 kilometers.
The Akira Class is equipped with a symmetrical subspace graviton field. This type of shield is fairly similar to those of most other Starships. However, besides incorporating the now mandatory nutation shift in frequency, the shields alter their graviton polarity to better deal with more powerful weapons, such as the neutron-carbide beams of Tamarian vessels. During combat, the shield sends data on what type of weapon is being used on it, and what frequency and phase the weapon uses. Once analyzed by the tactical officer the shield can be configured to have the same frequency as the incoming weapon - but different nutation. This tactic dramatically increases shield efficiency.
There are a total of sixteen shield grids on the Akira Class, and each one generates 186 MW, resulting in total shield strength of 2976 MW. However, during normal combat operations, only 10 of the 16 shield generators are activated, with the remaining 6 generators serving as the emergency shield system. This means that, in normal combat operations, the Akira class has a rated shield strength of 1860MW. The power for the shields is taken directly from the warp engines and impulse fusion generators. If desired, the shields can be augmented by power from the impulse power plants. The shields can protect against approximately 36% of the total EM spectrum (whereas the standard Galaxy Class Starship's shields can only protect against about 23%), made possible by the multi-phase graviton polarity flux technology incorporated into the shields.
The shields themselves, when raised, stay extremely close to the hull to conserve energy - average range is only ten meters away from the hull.
Originally developed in 2367 during the Defiant Class Development Project, ablative armor is still considered to be a significant breakthrough in starship defense by effectively creating a beam-retardant layer that greatly increases a ship's life expectancy in battle. Originally deployed only on ships of the Defiant class, ablative armor showed remarkable dispersion properties against various beam-type energy weapons, including the various types of Phaser, disruptor, polaron, and focused-plasma beams employed by nearly all threat races. The armor works by first dispersing incoming beam energy across the hull of the ship where, after reaching an undisclosed threshold, causes part of the armor to boil away, taking with it a large fraction of that energy. The effect also creates a modest vapor cloud, which effectively disperses the incoming beam further, causing it to do less direct damage to the hull. It should be noted, however, that the armor is not a hull replacement, but a supplement and must be replaced over time due to the boiling away process.
Because of the tactical nature of the Akira Class, Starfleet Command requested that the ablative armor be used to supplement the defenses of its strike vessels. Initially considered to supplement the majority of starship classes, production complications and long fabrication time makes the usage of the armor limited to warships and high-risk classes, resulting in only limited usage around vulnerable areas of standard Galaxy and Akira-class starships and almost-total body coverage of the Defiant, Galaxy Dreadnaught and Sovereign. Encounters with the Borg had already proven their ability to penetrate Federation shielding on, at that point, two occasions - the U.S.S. Enterprise-D's encounter at system J-25 and again at Wolf 359. It was then only natural that the design team saw the need to outfit the Akira Class with this additional layer of defense should the Borg or other threat races find a means of penetrating the regenerative shielding.
Each Akira Class is equipped with an average depth of 10 centimeters of armor upon critical areas such as weapons compartments, engineering, bridge, warp Nacelles and impulse drives, which can be replaced as wear permits at select fleet yards. Due to the supply demands, repairs made to the hull of a starship in the field will lack the extra layer of armor until the vessel is able to dock at a facility with spare plating.
Number of computer cores: Two: The primary core one occupies space on decks 7, 8 and 9 far astern. The secondary, emergency core is much smaller than the first and is located adjacent to Environmental Control on Deck 16.
The updated Computer cores found on the Akira class are newer versions of the Galaxy Class Isolinear Processing cores. The system itself is powered by a smaller regulated EPS conduit, which comes directly from the warp core. For missions, requirements on the computer core rarely exceed 45-50% of total core processing and storage capacity. The rest of the core is utilized for various scientific, tactical, or intelligence gathering missions - or to backup data in the event of a damaged core.
WARP PROPULSION SYSTEM
The Akira Class is equipped with a RamJet Mark 1 Standard Matter/Anti-Matter Reaction Drive, developed by RamJet Propulsion. Information on this Warp Drive can be found in any Starfleet Library or Omnipedia.
Normal Cruising Speed: Warp 7
Maximum Speed: Warp 9.975 for 12 hours
It should be noted that vessels equipped with the RamJet Mark 2 series M/ARA Drive System no longer have the maximum cruising speed limit of Warp 6.3, thanks to innovations discovered and utilized in the General Electric Type 8 M/ARA Warp Drive outfitted in the new Sovereign Class Starship.
IMPULSE PROPULSION SYSTEM
Standard Akira Class mass drivers were developed and built by HighMPact Propulsion. Each engine (there are two) can propel the Akira Class at speeds within the area known as Standard impulse operations. These speeds are limited to a maximum speed of .25c, with each engine working at .125c, due to time dilation problems. Quarter impulse is rated at .0625c, half impulse being .125c and full impulse is rated at .25c or 1/4th the speed of light.
A standard Akira Class main deflector dish is located along the ventral portion of the Akira Class's primary hull, and is located just forward of the primary engineering spaces. Composed of molybdenum/duranium mesh panels over a tritanium framework (beneath the Duranium-Tritanium hull), the dish can be manually moved twelve degrees in any direction off of the ship's Z-axis. The main deflector dish's shield and sensor power comes from two graviton polarity generators located on deck 17, each capable of generating 128 MW, which can be fed into two 550 millicochrane subspace field distortion generators.
Equipped with a multiphase subspace graviton beam, used for direct manipulation of objects from a submicron to a macroscopic level at any relative bearing to the Akira Class. Each emitter is directly mounted to the primary members of the ship's framework.
Each tractor beam emitter is built around three multiphase 15 MW graviton polarity sources, each feeding two 475-millicochrane-subspace field amplifiers. Phase accuracy is within 1.3 arc-seconds per microsecond, which gives superior interference pattern control. Each emitter can gain extra power from the SIF by means of molybdenum-jacketed waveguides. The subspace fields generated around the beam (when the beam is used) can envelop objects up to 920 meters, lowering the local gravitational constant of the universe for the region inside the field and making the object much easier to manipulate.
The effective tractor beam range varies with payload mass and desired delta-v (change in relative velocity). Assuming a nominal 15 m/sec-squared delta-v, the multiphase tractor emitters can be used with a payload approaching 116,380,000,000 metric tons at less than 2,000 meters. Conversely, the same delta-v can be imparted to an object massing about one metric ton at ranges approaching 30,000 kilometers.
The Akira Class is equipped with a total of four personnel transporters capable of a maximum payload mass of 900kg (1,763 lbs) at a maximum range: 40,000 km. The maximum beam Up/Out Rate is approximately one hundred persons per hour per Transporter The Akira also has a total of four cargo transporters capable of a maximum payload Mass of 800 metric tons.
Finally a total of four emergency transporters which are capable of a maximum range of only 15,000 km (send only) [range depends on available power] with a maximum beam out rate of two hundred persons per hour.
Standard Communications Range of 42,000 to 100,000 kilometers with a standard data transmission speed of 18.5 kiloquads per second. The subspace communications speed is Warp 9.9997.
Long range and navigation sensors are located behind the main deflector dish, to avoid sensor "ghosts" and other detrimental effects consistent with main deflector dish millicochrane static field output. Lateral sensor pallets are located around the rim of the entire starship, providing full coverage in all standard scientific fields, but with emphasis in the following areas: Astronomical phenomena, planetary analysis, remote life-form analysis, EM scanning, passive neutrino scanning, parametric subspace field stress (a scan to search for cloaked ships), thermal variances and quasi-stellar material. Each sensor pallet (twenty-four in all) can be interchanged and re-calibrated with any other pallet on the ship.
The Akira Class is also equipped with a Warp Current sensor. This is an independent subspace graviton field-current scanner, allowing the Akira Class to track ships at high warp by locking onto the eddy currents from the threat ship's warp field, then follow the currents by using multi-model image mapping.
There are twenty-eight independent tactical sensors on the Akira Class. Each sensor automatically tracks and locks onto incoming hostile vessels and reports bearing, aspect, distance, and vulnerability percentage to the tactical station on the main bridge. Each tactical sensor is approximately 84% efficient against ECM, and can operate well in particle flux nebulae (which has been hitherto impossible).
One stellar cartography bay is located on deck 14, with direct EPS power feed from engineering. All information is directed to the bridge and can be displayed on any console or the main view screen. The Chief Science Officer's office is located next to the Stellar Cartography bay.
There are twenty science labs on the Akira Class; five labs are on deck four adjacent to Sickbay, ten labs are on deck five; two micro labs on deck fourteen and three multifunction labs on deck six. The five labs on deck four are bio-chem-physics labs that can also be reconfigured for Medical labs. The ten labs on deck five are a mixed batch; three are bio-chem-physics, one is an XT (extra-terrestrial) analysis labs, and finally one eugenic lab. There are two smaller labs on deck fourteen which are astrophysics/astrometrics and a stellar cartography lab. The final three on deck six are multi-functional labs that can be equipped for various experiments.
There is one large sickbay facility located on deck four, equipped with two intensive-care wards, a laboratory, a nursery, the CMO's office, four surgical suites, a null-grav therapy ward, a morgue, a biohazard isolation unit, and a dental care office. Also pursuant to new Medical Protocols, all Medical Facilities are equipped with holo-emitters for the emergency usage of the Emergency Medical Holograph System.
The Ship's Counselor has an office located on Deck four, near the Medical section. It consists of a private office, with standard furnishings (decorated to the Counselors preference), personal view screen, a computer display, and replicator. An individual therapy room furnished with chairs and couch for one-on-one sessions, as well as a large, group therapy room, consisting of several couches and chairs, are located adjacent to the Counselor's office. In the event of a crewmember suffering a psychotic episode, and needing to be isolated from the rest of the crew, the ill crewmember is kept in sickbay, in the isolation unit, or in the intensive care units, as determined by bed availability.
All crew and officers' (except for the Commanding officer's and Executive Officer's, which are located on deck 2) quarters are located on decks A-B, 2-5, 13-15 and deck 17. Individuals assigned to the Akira Class for periods over six months are permitted to reconfigure their quarters within hardware, volume, and mass limits. Individuals assigned for shorter periods are generally restricted to standard quarters configuration.
Standard Living Quarters are provided for both Starfleet Non-Commissioned Officers and Ensigns. These persons are expected to share their room with another crewmate due to space restrictions aboard the starship. After six months, crewmembers are permitted to bring family aboard the ship and a slightly larger room is allocated to them.
Two NCO's or two Ensigns are assigned to a suite. Accommodations include two bedrooms with standard beds, connected by a living/work area. A washroom with ultrasonic shower is located off of each bedroom. A food replicator and a personal holographic viewer are located in the living area. Small pets are allowed to NCO's but not to Ensigns.
Enlisted crewmembers share quarters with up to four others. Accommodations include 2 bedrooms with twin beds, connected by a living/work area. A washroom with ultrasonic shower is located off of each bedroom. A food replicator and a personal holographic viewer are located in the living area. Pets are not allowed to enlisted crew.
Crewmen can request that their living quarters be combined to create a single larger dwelling for numerous crewmembers.
Starfleet personnel from the rank of Lieutenant Junior Grade up to Commander are given one set of quarters to themselves. Additionally, department heads and their assistants are granted such privileges as well, in an effort to provide a private environment to perform off-duty work. After six months, officers are permitted to bring family aboard the ship and a slightly larger room is allocated to them. Members of the Captain's Senior Staff can have these restrictions waved with the Captain's permission.
These accommodations typically include a small bathroom, a bedroom (with standard bed), a living/work area, a food replicator, an ultrasonic shower, personal holographic viewer, and provisions for pets.
Officers may request that their living quarters be combined to form one large dwelling. The Captain and Executive Officer of the vessel both have special quarters, located on Deck 2. They are located on a higher deck because these two people must be closer to the bridge in the event of an Alert situation.
These quarters are much more luxurious than any others on the ship, with the exception of the VIP/Diplomatic Guest quarters. Both the Executive Officer's and the Captain's quarters are larger than standard Officers Quarters, and this space generally has the following accommodations: a bedroom (with a luxurious bed), living/work area, bathroom, food replicator, ultrasonic shower, old-fashioned water shower, personal holographic viewer, provisions for pets, and even a null-grav sleeping chamber. These quarters are similar in comfort level to those of a high-ranking officer's quarters on a Galaxy or Sovereign Class Starship.
As the Akira Class is a symbol of UFP authority and a tool in dealing with other races; Starfleet makes extensive use of the Akira Class in diplomacy so the need to transport or accommodate Very Important Persons, diplomats, or ambassadors may arise.
These quarters are located on Deck three and include a bedroom, spacious living/work area, personal view screen, ultrasonic shower, bathtub/water shower, provisions for pets, food replicator, and a null-grav sleeping chamber. These quarters can be immediately converted to class H, K, L, N, and N2 environments. While smaller in size than those facilities aboard a Galaxy Class vessel, they are still far superior in fit and finish when compared to standard Starfleet Officer quarters.
The Akira Class design has been designed for maximized use as a tactical and scientific vessel. However, it is realized that the stress of operating at 99% efficiency on a ship that is built for deep-space exploration can be dangerous, so there are some recreational facilities on the Akira Class.
There are two standard Holodeck facilities on the Akira Class, both located on deck 3. There are also a total of eight Holosuites on the Akira class. These are smaller versions of standard Federation Holodecks, designed for individual usage (the two Holodecks themselves are to be used by groups or individual officers; enlisted crewmen and cadets are not allowed to use the Holodecks under normal circumstances). They do everything that their larger siblings do; only these Holosuites can't handle as many variables and are less detailed. They are the equivalent to the Holodecks on an Intrepid class Starship. All eight suites are located on deck 2 of the Bridge Conn tower.
There is a large lounge/club, located on deck 5, forward. (Commonly referred to as Five-Forward) It has a very relaxed and congenial air about it; the Lounge is the only place on the ship where rank means nothing - "sir" need not be uttered when a person of lower rank addresses an officer, and everyone is on an equal footing. Opinions can be voiced in complete safety. This lounge is the social center of the ship.
The Lounge has a battery of recreational games and assorted activities. 3-D chess, pool tables, poker tables (complete with holographic dealer and chips), windows that look out into space, heavily cushioned seats, and numerous other games. There is also a bar (with holographic bartender), and it stores various potent alcoholic beverages, such as chech'tluth, Aldebaran whiskey, Saurian brandy, Tzartak aperitif, Tamarian Frost, C&E Warp Lager, Warnog, Antarean brandy, and countless others.
Located at the dorsal bow of the ship, the Flight bay module has replaced the shuttle bay module that is in previous Classes Starships. This Flight bay contains support services for the latest in Starfleet shuttle and runabout designs; the Flight bay is controlled by a space/air-traffic control room, known as "Flight Operations". This is located against the forward wall of the Flight bay, next to the exit for the turbo lift, which in turn is supervised by the TIC.
The Flight bay typically contains the following, though this can change on a mission-to-mission basis. Six Type 18 Shuttlepods, two Type 6 Personnel Shuttles, two Type 7 Personnel Shuttles, four Danube Class Runabouts, up to forty Void-Sphinx Class Space Superiority Fighters and ten Sphinx Class Work Pods.
Despite the fact that the Akira Class design philosophy leaned heavily toward Tactical and Defensive Missions, she is still classified as a multi-role Starship, in keeping with Federation Council Policy. This offers the Federation, and Starfleet, flexibility in assigning nearly any objective within the realm of Starfleet's assigned duties.
Mission for an Akira Class starship may fall into one of the following categories, in order of her strongest capable mission parameter to her weakest mission parameter.
Tactical/Defensive Operations: Typical Missions include patrolling the Gorn Border, Cardassian Occupation zones, Borg interdiction missions, or protecting any Federation interest from hostile intent in planetary or interstellar conflicts.
Emergency/Search and Rescue: Typical Missions include answering standard Federation emergency beacons, extraction of Federation or Non-Federation citizens in distress, retrieval of Federation or Non-Federation spacecraft in distress, small-scale planetary evacuation - medium or large scale planetary evacuation is not feasible.
Federation Policy and Diplomacy: An Akira class starship can be used as an envoy during deep-space operations.
Deep-space Exploration: The Akira class is equipped for long-range interstellar survey and mapping missions, as well as the ability to explore a wide variety of planetary classifications.
Contact with Alien Lifeforms: Pursuant to Starfleet Policy regarding the discovery of new life, facilities aboard the Akira class include a variety of exobiology and xenobiological suites, and a small cultural anthropology staff, allowing for limited deep-space life form study and interaction.
Ongoing Scientific Investigation: An Akira class starship is equipped with scientific laboratories and a wide variety of sensor probes and sensor arrays, giving her the ability to perform a wide variety of ongoing scientific investigations.
Aside from the escape options of shuttlecraft, fighter, or transporters, the primary survival craft of the Akira class is the escape pod or lifeboat. Each Akira carries a total of 100 of the 8-person variants, which measures 5.6 meters tall and 6.2 meters along the edge of the triangle. Each Lifeboat can support a full compliment for 6 months, longer if the lifeboats connect together. All are equipped with navigational sensors, micro thrusters, plus emergency subspace communication equipment.
Deck A: Tactical Information Center/Flight Operations, Flight Operations Senior and Junior Officer Living Quarters
Deck B: TIC Maintenance Support Section, Flight Operations Enlisted Personnel Living Quarters
Deck C: Sail Torpedo Control Room, Sail Torpedo Launchers (Fore and Aft), Emergency Shield Generators 1-2, Senior and Junior Officer Living Quarters
Deck D: Sail Torpedo Magazine and Manufacturing Area, Senior and Junior Officer Living Quarters
Deck 1: Captain’s Ready Room, Main Bridge, Briefing Room, and Observation Lounge
Deck 2: Junior and Senior Officers Quarters, VIP/Guest Quarters, Holosuites
Deck 3: Visiting Officers / Noncommissioned Officer's Quarters, Holodecks, Primary Shield Generators
Deck 4: Sickbay, Chief Medical Officer's Office, Primary Science Labs, Junior and Senior Officers Quarters, Counselor's Office
Deck 5: Junior Officers and Crew Quarters, Main Lounge, Secondary Science Labs, Cargo Bay 1 & 2
Deck 6: Primary Computer Core Control, Tertiary Science Labs, Cargo Bay 3 - Primary Cargo Bay
Deck 7: Primary Computer Core, Shuttle Maintenance Hangar and Storage
Deck 8: Primary Computer Core, Flight Operations Armory, Fighter Maintenance Hangar and Storage
Deck 9: Fore and Aft Torpedo Bay Control, Torpedo Magazine and Manufacturing Area, Shuttle and Fighter Hangar Elevator Support Systems, Primary Shield Generators
Deck 10: Transporter Rooms 3 and 4, Shuttle and Fighter Preparation Pre-Flight Bay, Emergency Shield Generators 3-4
Deck 11: Primary Machine Shop, Primary Maintenance Support Center, Shuttle bay [Fore and Aft access via deck 12]
Deck 12: Primary Systems Support Compartments, Shuttle bay [Fore and Aft Access]
Deck 13: Enlisted Personnel Living Quarters, Secondary Shuttle and Fighter Maintenance Hangar, Flight Deck Operations and Maintenance
Deck 14: Upper Engineering Support Area, Fusion Power Generators 1-4, Enlisted Personnel Living Quarters, Stellar Cartography, Lower Forward Torpedo Bay Control, Chief Science Officer's Office, Armory, Firing Range
Deck 15: Main Engineering - M/ARA Operations Center, Fusion Power Generators 4-6, Flight Operations Enlisted Personnel Living Quarters, Transporter Rooms 1 and 2, Armory, Chief Tactical Officer's Office, Chief Engineer's Office/Station
Deck 16: Lower Engineering, Deflector Control, Main Tractor Beam Control and Emitter, Environmental Control, Secondary Computer Core, Space Wing Briefing Room, Null-G Gymnasium/Weight Room
Deck 17: Tertiary Maintenance Support Center, Emergency Power Generators 7-9, Secondary Systems Support, and Brig
Deck 18: Environmental Control, Deuterium Storage, Anti-matter Storage Pods, Gravimetric Polaron Generators, Secondary Shield Generators
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