USS Republic

USS Republic

The Odyssey-class was a type of Federation starship that was the pinnacle of Federation starship design and would carry the Federation into a new generation of exploration in the 25th century. It was designed to be a dreadnought and an explorer. It is one of the largest starships created by Starfleet, surpassing even the Galaxy-class in size.

The Odyssey-class featured the ability for saucer separation much like the Galaxy-class. The chevron-shaped saucer section could be separated from the stardrive section, allowing greater maneuverability to the stardrive section. The chevron section can be reattached to the stardrive section at any time. In addition, an Aquarius-class escort ship is docked to the rear of the ship's stardrive (roughly where the secondary shuttle bay would be located on a Sovereign-class), which can be deployed at will. It also carries six workbees in the main shuttlebay for field repairs.

Thanks to Memory Alpha

The ship was in pieces, but everyone was relatively organized and attending to their respective jobs. Entering engineering, Scott immediately assessed the situation and began to prioritize repairs and personnel. "Matrix to bridge..." nothing. "Matrix to bridge!" ~Good lord~ thought Scott. "I've left my communicator in my quarters."

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