|Affiliation||Federation / Starfleet|
- For additional meanings of "Voyager", please see Voyager (disambiguation).
The USS Voyager (NCC-74656) Is a Intrepid-class Federation starship sent on a pursuit mission of Maquis rebels in a region of the Alpha Quadrant known as the Badlands. However both Voyager and Maquis crews were caught in a displacement wave created in a large space station complex controlled by a alien entity called the "Caretaker". Displaced 70,000 light years within the Delta Quadrant, Voyager and its combined Federation and Maquis crew began the long journey home.
In an alternate reality, visited by Elizabeth Singh in 2373, Voyager had been damaged in 2371, and the USS Cantabrian was sent to the Badlands to track down the Maquis. In this reality, the Cantabrian was lost, presumed destroyed. In 2373 in this reality, the Voyager, still under the command of a married Kathryn Janeway, ferried that reality's Scott Fack to the co-ordinates of a Myhr'an super battle cruiser. That reality's Dakota Caldwell served as a Voyager crew member, and he, Fack and Singh transferred to the Myhr'an super battle cruiser in an attempt to stop the M'Tar from conquering the Federation. Making the ultimate sacrifice in battle, Janeway piloted Voyager on a collision course with the Myhr'an super battle cruiser, destroying Voyager and seriously crippling the Myhr'an ship.
In 2377 , Voyager concluded its trip home by using the Borg transwarp network to return to the Alpha Quadrant, while destroying it with the help of an alternate future-timeline Admiral Kathryn Janeway.
Borg Invasion of 2381Edit
During the Borg Invasion of 2381, Voyager was one of the vessels able to be reallocated to an allied fleet to reinforce the position of the USS Enterprise-E and the USS Aventine at the Azure Nebula. While the Enterprise and Aventine traversed subspace tunnels, hoping to find the Borg launching area, Captain Chakotay and Voyager remained in command of the fleet, overseeing efforts to open other tunnels. However,from an allied fleet of over 300, Voyager was the only ship to survive the Borg invasion force of over 7000 Borg cubes from the subspace tunnel within the nebula, and was able to emit a distress call to Starfleet Command. While the ship was intact, it had a nacelle sheered from it's pylon and was drifting in space. The Voyager crew were attempting to salvage material from the battle site to rebuild the nacelle before joining the USS Enterprise-E and the USS Aventine on their search for the source of the Borg invasion.
Project Full CircleEdit
In the aftermath of the Borg invasion, Voyager was refitted with a slipstream drive and under the command of its new Captain, Afsarah Eden, a new three year mission, to return to the Delta Quadrant to investigate the state of the affairs in the region in the fallout of the dissolution of the Borg Collective. The Vesta-class vessels USS Esquiline and USS Quirinal were assigned to a fleet of nine starships led by Voyager to return to the Delta Quadrant.
In 2387, Voyager was sent across the now defunct Romulan Neutral Zone to search for any Romulans who may have survived the explosion of the Hobus star. Captain Chakotay met with survivors from another mixed sentiments. Some of them wanted to leave their homeland and reunite with their Vulcan cousins, others blamed the Federation for the loss of their beloved homeworld and some simply wanted to live out the last years of their existence in peace, away from the interference of the Federation.
- USS Voyager article at Memory Alpha, the canon Star Trek wiki.
- USS Voyager article at Memory Beta, the non-canon Star Trek wiki.
- USS Voyager article at Star Trek Expanded Universe.
|Federation||USS Abyss • USS Challenger • USS Voyager • USS Yorktown|
|Alternate reality||USS Voyager|
|Starships named Voyager|
|Alternate reality||USS Voyager|
|Mirror Universe||ISS Voyager|
|Warship Voyager||NXT Voyager • A|