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Crew Quarters System (Intrepid)   General Overview: All crew and officers' quarters (with the exception of the Captain’s quarters on Deck 3) are located on decks 2, 4, 8, 9 and 13; with special variable environment quarters on Deck 11 for crew with special comforts.

Individuals assigned to an Intrepid 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.
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USS Armstrong A    [ View Specifications » ]
Bridge   The Intrepid class Bridge directly supervises all primary missions and coordinates all departmental activities. It is located on Deck 1, and sports some of the most advanced technology and command-capabilities.
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TBD Labs   Deck 2 serves as home to the Planetary Development, Geologic Studies, Languages/Archaeology, and Biologics Laboratories.
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Mess Halls   The crew mess hall serves double duty aboard the Intrepid class due to the ship’s workhorse nature. Located in the forward section of Deck 2, the Mess is equipped with a two mass-use food replicators with an extensive recipe listing from over two hundred worlds. Eating accommodations are provided by a slew of tables and chairs.

The crew Mess serves as access to the Captain’s personal dining room.
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Senior Officers' Quarters   Senior Officers are given one set of quarters to themselves (cohabitation is not required), and are located on Deck 2. The term senior officer denotes a member of the senior staff of the starship involved in the top level command decisions of the day-to-day operations of their post.
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Captain's Quarters   The Captain’s quarters are on Deck 3, forward most position, with an expansive view of the bow of the ship and beyond.
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Officers' Quarters   On Deck 3, Starfleet personnel from the rank of Ensign on up (that are not part of the senior staff) are given one set of quarters to themselves (cohabitation is not required).
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VIP Quarters   Located on Decks 3 and 4. The Intrepid class is a symbol of UFP authority, a tool in dealing with other races. Wide-ranging and exploratory as the class’s mission profile is, the need for VIP quarters is critical, if not often.
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Crew Quarters   Located on Decks 4, 8, 9 and 13. Standard Living Quarters are provided for both Starfleet and non-commissioned Officers. This includes their families as well, those officers with children are assigned larger quarters with viewports.
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Sickbay   There is one large sickbay facility located on Deck 5, equipped with ICU, Biohazard Support, Radiation Treatment Wards, Surgical Ward, Critical Care, Null-Gravity Treatment, Isolation Suites, a Morgue, a Dental Care Office, the Chief Medical Officer’s office and a load-out of 3 standard biobeds and one surgical bed in the main ward, ten more in the treatment area, and a small complement of emergency cots. Pursuant to new Medical Protocols, all Medical Facilities are equipped with holo-emitters for the usage of the Emergency Medical Hologram System. Additional holo-emitters for EMH use are located in Main Engineering and on the Bridge.
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Counselor’s Office   The Counselor’s office is also located on Deck 5 to assure a more efficient medical treatment environment.
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Computer Cores   Number of computer cores: Two. The primary computer core is accessed in the control room on Deck 5 in amidships for maximum protection. It covers five decks and extends from Deck 2 to Deck 5. The Auxiliary core is located on Deck 10 and extends down to Deck 12, covering three decks. It is fed by two sets of redundant EPS conduits as well as primary power.
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Gym Facilities   Some degree of physical fitness is a requirement for Starfleet Officers and all starships provide some sort of facilities to maintain that aboard. On Intrepid class vessels, these facilities are not overly spacious, but well outfitted and located on Deck 5.
Science Labs (tbd)   There are Eight non-specific labs located on Deck 6 and are easily modified for various scientific endeavors including Bio/Chem, and Physics tests and/or experiments – crews rotate often among these laboratories. The Chief Science Officer’s office is attached to this bank of labs.
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Holodecks   There are two medium-sized holodecks aboard the ship. Located on Deck 6, these Holodecks are proprietary Federation Technology and can comfortably support up to 15 people at a time.
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tbd labs   On Deck 7, there are housed two of the more expansive and specialized labs that conduct Atmospheric Physics experiments, as well as the more dangerous High-Energy Physics (note: additional SIF Field Generators are installed in the bulkheads around this lab).
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Astrometrics   Astrometrics is located on Deck 8 amidships.
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Flight Control Center   Located on Deck 10, in the aft dorsal portion of the engineering section, the Main Shuttlebay is the primary port for entrance and egress, as well as management of auxiliary craft and shuttles. The Main Shuttlebay is managed by a team of Helmsmen/Pilots, Engineers and Technicians, and Operations personnel that are based on the Flight Operations office under the supervision of the Flight Control Officer.
Main Engineering   Located on Deck 11, Main Engineering is the ‘heart’ of the ship, comparable to the bridge as ‘brain’. It has access to almost all systems aboard the starship, and manages repairs, power flow, and general maintenance.
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Aft Lounge (tbn)   At the rearmost part of the secondary hull on Deck 11 sits the aft lounge, a crew recreation area.
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Tactical Department   This multi-room department is located in a restricted area on Deck 14. Within it are the entrances to the phaser range, the auxiliary weapon control room and to the Ship's Armory, as well as the office of the Chief of Security.
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Target Range   Test of skill is an important form of recreation in many cultures, and the Intrepid class provides a facility especially for such pursuits, located on Deck 14. The facility sports self-healing polymer absorptive targets for a variety of projectile and bladed weapons firing and/or tossing. In the rear of the Target Range facility is a locked area protected by forcefield in which phased weapons firing is done. More in the description...
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USS Armstrong (original)    [ View Specifications » ]
Bridge   The Bridge directly supervises all primary missions and coordinates all departmental activities. It is located at top of the primary hull, on Deck 1.
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Main Engineering   Located on Deck 1, Main Engineering is the 'heart' of the ship, comparable to the bridge as the 'brain'. It has access to almost all systems aboard the starship, and manages repairs, power flow, and general maintenance.
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Officer Quarters   Commissioned Officer quarters are located on Deck Two.

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Crew Quarters   Non-commissioned officers (NCO's), Specialist, and enlisted quarters are on Deck 3.
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Mess Halls   Ships of the Saber-class lack many of amenities common to the larger ships. Since food replicators are not available in crew quarters (the exception being in the XO/CO's quarters, the Captain's Ready Room, and the Observation Lounge...and these are limited) meals are served in the Mess Hall located on Deck 3. The captain's mess is located on deck 2 and can seat about eight persons comfortably.
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Computer Cores   There are two; The primary core occupies space on decks 2 & 3, set to the starboard of the bridge module. The secondary, emergency core is located in a mirror position on the port side. The computer core access room is adjacent to the primary core on Deck 2.
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Sickbay   Sickbay is located on Deck 4 near the science labs. The CMO's office is located adjacent to Sickbay with doors connecting to the hallway as well as directly to sickbay.
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CNS' Office   The Ship's Counselor has his/her/shirs office located on Deck 4, near the Medical section.
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Science/Specialists Labs   There are eight labs located on deck 4 used for science, medical, and engineering purposes. The Chief Science Officer's office is located adjacent to Science Lab 1.
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Flight Bay   Located on the forward portion of the ship, the two shuttle bays are joined together and accessed by a flight path between the nacelles on both decks 4 and 5.
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The Eagle's Nest   This is a small lounge located on deck 5 and is set in the forward edge of the primary hull.
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Holosuites   The Saber class is a small sized Starship and its design has been maximized for specialty usage. However, it is realized that the stress of operating at 99% efficiency on a ship that is built for extended field operations and exploration can be dangerous, so there are some limited recreational facilities on board, including two Holosuites, both of them located on deck 5.
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Gymnasium   Some Starfleet personnel can find solace from the aggravations of day-to-day life in exercising their bodies. The Security department encourages constant use of this facility; tournaments and competitions are held regularly in this room. The gymnasium is located on deck 5, near the holosuites and the lounge.
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Security Department   The Security Department is a multi-room department located in a restricted area on deck 5. Within it are the entrances to the phaser range, the Brig, the auxiliary weapon control room, and the Ship's Armory, as well as the Chief Tactical/Security Officer's office.
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Phaser Range   Sometimes the only way a Starfleet officer or crewman can vent his frustration is through the barrel of a phaser rifle. The phaser range is located on deck 5, within the security department.
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Cargo bays   There are two cargo bays. Cargo Bay 1 is a general purpose storage facility located on Deck 6. Deuterium Storage, and Anti-Matter Storage Pods are stored within Cargo Bay 2.
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Life Support Systems   (info to come)

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Navigation Deflector Control room   Navigational Deflector controls are located on deck 8. The main deflector dish is located along the ventral portion of the hull, on decks 8 & 9.
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LRS controls   LRS controls are located on deck 8. 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.
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Plaques  
The Dedication Plaque is located on the Bridge.

The Memorial Plaque is Located in the Lounge.

click on gallery to see memorial plaque

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