Mars Base - Duty Stations

Mars contains facilities for pilots, research, science, medical, security, tactical, engineering, shipyards and operations. All departments are expected to contribute to the contruction of ships, lending their expertise to each new vessel.

Duty Station Name

 

Duty Station Description

Operations Command and Control

:

This is the command centre for all operations in the area. A starbase in orbit of Mars maintains the facilities for all administration all the Martian operations.

Medical Facilities

:

The medical facilities are located on the surface of Mars, capable of treating large numbers of patients, including offices, personal quarters, counselling suites, medical research and training areas.

Science Facilities

:

The science facilities are located on the surface of Mars, scientific research, experimentation, testing and training.

Tactical and Security Facilities

:

The tactical and security facilities are spread out across upon all facilities of Mars. The surface facilities contain training areas

Engineering and Shipyards

:

Engineering teams work on the shipyards, to either construct or repair ships. They also are responsible for the upkeep of all sections within Martian space.

Pilot Training Grounds

 

Pilots protect the area, flying sorties around Mars and around Sector 001. The Pilot division compromise the new Mars Defence Perimeter.

Version 17.01 : Designed from the ground up by Anthony Keen : Contributions from the inexhaustible creative imaginations of the membership of Star Trek : Freedom. Star Trek®, Star Trek: The Next Generation®, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine®, Star Trek: Voyager®, Star Trek Enterprise®, Star Trek Picard®, Star Trek Discovery® and all associated marks and characters are registered trademarks of CBS/Paramount Television. All rights reserved. Please read the extended copyright notice. All original content copyright © 1997-2019 by Star Trek Freedom. The use of anything related to “Star Trek” on the “STAR TREK : FREEDOM” web site is not meant to be an infringement on CBS/Paramount Television property rights to “Star Trek.”