- For other uses, see USS Orinoco.
|Assignment:||Deep Space 9|
In 2370, the Orinoco was assigned to Deep Space 9 as a replacement for the USS Yangtzee Kiang, which had been lost the previous year. In one of it's first missions, the Orinoco was used to evacuate all non-Bajoran personnel from the station. (DS9 episode: "The Siege")
In 2371, the Orinoco assisted the Akorem Laan in searching the Demilitarized Zone for the Maquis ship which had stolen the Orb of Contemplation, during which it was damaged by a mine. (DS9 short story: "The Orb of Opportunity")
- The comic story Field Trip, which occurs in 2369 or 2370 shows a runabout named Orinoco but with a registry number of NCC-72455 and in the DS9 comic: "Hearts and Minds" the vessel had a registry of NCC-72458. While this is a contradiction to the number established in episodes, it could be that the Orinoco's registry changed at some point.
- DS9 episode: "Invasive Procedures"
- DS9 novel: Fallen Heroes
- DS9 episode: "Melora"
- DS9 episode: "Paradise"
- DS9 novel: Field Trip
- DS9 episode: "Shadowplay"
- DS9 episode: "The Maquis, Part II"
- DS9 episode: "The Jem'Hadar"
- DS9 novel: Valhalla
- DS9 - Prophecy and Change short story: "The Orb of Opportunity"
- DS9 - Hearts and Minds comic: "For the Glory of the Empire"
- DS9 - Hearts and Minds comic: "On the Edge of Armageddon"
- DS9 - Hearts and Minds comic: "Into the Abyss"
- DS9 - Hearts and Minds comic: "Masters of War"
- DS9 comic: "Blood and Honor"
- DS9 video game: Harbinger
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