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Author(s): Rick D. Stuart & John Terra
Illustrator(s): Jim Nelson (cover), Steve Venters (deck plans), David R. Deitrick (cutaway illustrations), Dana Knutson (ship illustrations), Rob Caswell, A. C. Farley, Jim Nelson, Jeff Laubenstein, & Todd F. Marsh
Publisher: FASA
Series: Star Trek: The Role-Playing Game
Production #: 2012
Published: September 1988
Pages: 144
Reference: ISBN 1555600794

The Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual was a role-playing game supplement released by FASA in 1988. It was reportedly the focus of a licensing dispute which eventually resulted in FASA losing its license to release Star Trek material.

Contents

Rank insignia

The first section of the manual describes non-canon Starfleet rank insignia to include three admiral shoulder boards including a special rank known as "Branch Admiral". The manual also describes the "five pip" collar insignias for Commodore and Fleet Captain, as well as a starburst collar insignia for the rank of Midshipman and the hollow pip insignia for a rank called "Ensign Junior Grade".

Evolution of the transwarp fleet

Fleet of tomorrow 
This introduction explains the expansion of a transwarp-based Starfleet based on the FASA ships and references to the Star Trek movies era.

Fleet ship designs

Excelsior-class XIII transwarp battleship
Enterprise-class XII cruiser
Constellation-class XII heavy cruiser
Decker-class X transwarp destroyer
Royal Sovereign-class XV battle cruiser
M'Benga-class VII rescue/hospital ship
Sagan-class V science research vessel
Wellington-class XI transwarp light cruiser
Paine-class IX transwarp frigate
Moscow-class IX transwarp scout (Moscow class (β))
  • NCC-60000 USS Moscow (USS Moscow (NCC-60000) (β))
  • NCC-60001 USS Argana (USS Argana (β))
  • NCC-60002 USS Leningrad (USS Leningrad (NCC-60002) (β))
  • NCC-60003 USS Balthamar (USS Balthamar (β))
  • NCC-60004 USS Jursinia (USS Jursinia (β))
  • NCC-60005 USS Kincara (USS Kincara (β))
  • NCC-60006 USS Kloris (USS Kloris (β))
  • NCC-60007 USS Mattermaine (USS Mattermaine (β))
  • NCC-60008 USS Oslo (USS Oslo (NCC-60008) (β))
  • NCC-60009 USS Chirpenitar (USS Chirpenitar (β))
  • NCC-60010 USS Murigami (USS Murigami (β))
  • NCC-60011 USS Quiberon (USS Quiberon (NCC-60011) (β))
  • NCC-60012 USS Loris (USS Loris (β))
  • NCC-60013 USS Hadsenn (USS Hadsenn (β))
  • NCC-60014 USS Silimari (USS Silimari (β))
  • NCC-60015 USS Hadley (USS Hadley (β))
  • NCC-60016 USS Florence (USS Florence (β))
  • NCC-60017 USS Milano (USS Milano (β))
  • NCC-60018 USS Stockholm (USS Stockholm (NCC-60018) (β))
  • NCC-60019 USS Ambergris (USS Ambergris (β))
  • NCC-60020 USS Oudinard (USS Oudinard (β))
  • NCC-60021 USS Petersburg (USS Petersburg (β))
"S-20" standard administrative shuttle
SC-22 "Sphinx"-class cargo shuttle
"Ambassador Hardin"-class transwarp heavy cruiser
SW-21 long-range warp shuttle
Galaxy-class exploration cruiser

Galaxy-class exploration cruiser

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