The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E or Enterprise-E) is a fictional starship in the Star Trek science fiction franchise. It serves as the primary setting of the films Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Insurrection, and Star Trek Nemesis. Within the fictional timeline of Star Trek, it is the sixth Federation starship to carry the name Enterprise.
Derrick Will, the co-writer of Star Trek Generations, and Star Trek: First Contact, has suggested that construction of the Enterprise-E began in The Next Generation's final season (2370), and that the ship was renamed USS Enterprise after the Enterprise-D had been destroyed The non-canon novel Ship of the Line suggests the originally planned name for the vessel was USS Honorious, and that Montgomery Scott was part of the team of engineers that designed the Enterprise-E.
The Enterprise-E, a Sovereign class starship, launched in 2372 from the San Francisco Fleet Yards under the command of Captain Jean-Luc Picard.
In the film Star Trek: First Contact, the Enterprise participates in the Battle of Sector 001, repelling a Borg attack, and subsequently travels back in time to stop the Borg from interfering with Zefram Cochrane's first contact with the Vulcans. The Borg hijacked and almost assimilated the ship until Captain Picard and Data reclaimed it. In Star Trek: Insurrection, the crew stops a Son'a attempt to forcibly relocate the Ba'ku people from their homeworld. In Star Trek Nemesis, the Enterprise is heavily damaged while stopping Shinzon from using a weapon of mass destruction to destroy all life on Earth. The ship returns to spacedock to undergo extensive repairs.
A designer's blueprints show that the Enterprise has new phaser banks and torpedo launchers in Star Trek Nemesis that were not present in Star Trek: Insurrection. It also shows the warp nacelles have been moved upwards and forward slightly. Star Trek: Ships of the Line, written by Star Trek's technical consultant Michael Okuda, states that the Enterprise can travel at up to warp 9.985.
*Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Captain) Captain of the Enterprise from the ship's launch in 2372.
*Commander William T. Riker (Executive Officer) First officer of the Enterprise from its launch in 2372. Promoted to Captain in 2379, and left the Enterprise with his wife, Ship's Counselor Commander Deanna Troi, to take command of the USS Titan.
*Lieutenant Commander Data (Second Officer) Data was Ops officer and Science Officer from its launch in 2372, and was third in line of command, until his apparent death in 2379, at the end of Star Trek: Nemesis.
*Commander Deanna Troi (Ship's Counselor) Commander Troi was the ship's Counselor from its launch in 2372, until the end of Star Trek: Nemesis, when she departed with her new husband, Captain Riker, for the Titan.
*Lieutenant Commander Worf (Security Chief) After serving as Strategic Operations Officer on Deep Space Nine during the Dominion War, Worf was made an ambassador to Qo'noS, but eventually returned to Starfleet by the time of the film Star Trek: Nemesis, when he again served as Security Chief and Tactical Officer. Following Riker's departure at the end of that film, Worf was promoted to First Officer in the non-canonical 2007 novel Star Trek: The Next Generation: Resistance. He continues to serve in this role throughout 2008 in the Star Trek: Destiny novels.
*Commander Beverly Crusher, M.D. (Chief Medical Officer) Crusher was the ship's Chief Medical Officer from its launch in 2372. In the non-canonical 2007 novel Death in Winter, she again took a position as head of Starfleet Medical, but returned to the Enterprise in the novel Resistance.
*Lieutenant Commander Geordi LaForge (Chief Engineer) Chief Engineer from the ship's acceptance into Starfleet service.
*Lieutenant Reginald Barclay (Diagnostics Technician) Present during the events of Star Trek: First Contact
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E)
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