- For other uses, see Enterprise.
|Affiliation:||United States of America, United States Navy|
History and dispositionEdit
The Enterprise was docked at US Alameda Naval Base in 1986, when it was boarded by a man suspected of being a Soviet agent. In fact, this man was Starfleet Commander Pavel Chekov, who had traveled into the past aboard a captured Klingon starship, and was attempting to collect high-energy photons from the carrier's nuclear reactor to recrystalize his ship's dilithium. (ST movie, novelization & comic adaptation: The Voyage Home)
- In The Voyage Home, the USS Ranger stood in for the Enterprise, which was at sea during filming.
A sculpted image was featured two centuries later upon the walls of the conference lounges of both the USS Enterprise-D and the USS Enterprise-E. (TNG episode: "Encounter at Farpoint"; TNG movie: First Contact)
- The Enterprise was based in Norfolk, Virginia as of 2012 and remains there.
|Ships named Enterprise|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain||HMS Enterprize|
|United States of America||Enterprise • CV-6 • CVN-65 • OV-101|
|United Earth||XCV-330 • NX-01|
|United Federation of Planets||Declaration-class • NCC-1701 • NCC-1701-A • NCC-1701-B • NCC-1701-C • NCC-1701-D • NCC-1701-E • NCC-1701-F|
|Terran Empire (mirror universes)||HMS Enterprize • NX-01 • NCC-1701 (alternate NCC-1701) • NCC-1701-A • ICC-1701-D • NCC-1701-E|
|Galactic Commonwealth (mirror universe)||Free Starship Enterprise|
|Federation (alternate reality)||Enterprise (early 23rd century) • NCC-1701|
|Federation (alternate futures)||NCC-1701-F • NCC-1701-J • NCC-1701-∞ • Enterprise (distant future)|
|United Earth (alternate realities)||UESS Enterprise • ESS Enterprise|
|Federation (other alternate realities)||FSS Enterprise • US Enterprise • USS Enterprise • USV Enterprise • USS Enterprise-E|
|Interstellar Coalition (alternate reality)||ICV Enterprise|
| Interstellar Union|
|IUES Enterprise I|