- For other uses, see Curry.
The USS Curry (NCC-42254) was a Federation starship, a Curry-class vessel in service to Starfleet in the late 24th century. Unlike its sister ship Raging Queen, the Curry's warp nacelles were not turned 90 degrees sideward. (DS9 episode: "A Time to Stand"; ST reference: The Official Starships Collection Issue 116)
Around stardate 73XX.6 (circa 2270), the Curry was rated a level 5 battle group light cruiser. It featured room for four officers and slots for five weapons or additional systems. Its deflector shields were rated 535, while the structural integrity field, or hull strength, topped at 690. (ST video game: Trexels mission: "Skirmish")
As part of Federation Starfleet operations in the Trexelian Expanse, the USS Curry participated in the war games conducted by Starfleet and allied vessels from the 23rd and 24th centuries. (ST video game: Trexels mission: "Skirmish")
In early 2374, three months into a Dominion War filled with battles of engaging and retreating from the Jem'Hadar, the Curry was one of the surviving ships of the 2nd Fleet, and had suffered a massive hull breach to its primary hull. By this time, the Second Fleet had been reduced to a third of its original size. (DS9 episode: "A Time to Stand")
|Curry • Drexler • Sternbach • Raging Queen-subclass: Raging Queen|
- The ship was named for the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine effects staff member Dan Curry, who also built this model.
- The ship class was officialy named in a licenced partwork magazine released in October 2017, ST reference: The Official Starships Collection Issue 116.