|U.S.S. Resurrection NCC-786509|
|Vessel Class: Galaxy Class|
|Affiliation: Federation Starfleet|
|Commanding Officer None|
Name Registry Appearance(s) Notes USS Challenger NCC-71099 Voyager: "Timeless" Commanded by Captain Geordi La Forge in an alternate future.
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D Star Trek: The Next Generation, DS9: "Emissary", Star Trek Generations The primary setting of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Destroyed in Star Trek Generations by a warp core breach following damage suffered during a battle with a Klingon Bird of Prey which was able to by-pass the ships shields.
USS Galaxy NCC-70637 DS9: "Tears of the Prophets" Mentioned in the Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual as the class pathfinder. Seen in a fleet in the DS9 episode "Tears of the Prophets" and mentioned on an Okudagram in Star Trek Nemesis.
USS Magellan unknown DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels" Participates in Operation Return.
USS Odyssey NCC-71832 DS9: "The Jem'Hadar" Under the command of Captain Keogh, and destroyed in "The Jem'Hadar".
USS Trinculo NCC-71867 DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels" Participates in Operation Return.
USS Venture NCC-71854 DS9: "The Way of the Warrior, Part II", "Sacrifice of Angels", "Tears of the Prophets" Responds to Klingon attack on Deep Space Nine and participates in the Dominion War. The model has the two extra phaser arrays on top of its nacelles like the Enterprise D in "All Good Things".
USS Yamato NCC-71807 † TNG: "Where Silence Has Lease", "Contagion" Appears as a "phantom" in "Where Silence Has Lease". Destroyed by a warp core breach in "Contagion" while under the command of Captain Donald Varley in 2365.
USS Dauntless NCC-71879 Star Trek: Bridge Commander The Dauntless plays a major role in the Kessok Incident, and is destroyed by Cardassian ships after a recovery mission by the USS Nightingale and the USS Sovereign.
USS San Fransisco NCC-69480 Star Trek: Bridge Commander The San Fransisco, commanded by Captain Zeiss, plays a supporting role, helping the player in some missions, albeit not as much as the Geronimo. Fate uncertain