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2231

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  • USS Boston (NCC-425) exits drydock following modification to the destroyer leader subclass.
  • Two Hermes class scouts are lost to light Klingon ships while on long-range solo missions, in two separate incidents.
  • Star Fleet decides to never deploy the Hermes scouts outside protective fleets and instead use them solely as sensor platforms in conjunction with destroyers and cruisers.
  • USS Bonaventure (NX-B1) is commissioned.
  • In celebration of the early design success, Star Fleet hold another, more public, commissioning ceremony for USS Bonaventure.
  • USS Bonaventure is declared to be within operational warp engine development status and departs on the first (of three) long performance evaluation cruises.
  • USS Bonaventure departs on the second (of three) long performance evaluation cruises.
  • USS Bonaventure departs on the last (of three) long performance evaluation cruises. Contact with the ship is lost just outside Deltan space.
  • Subsequent searches for USS Bonaventure by cruiser USS Savannah reveal no debris or ion trails, nor the antimatter residue characteristic of the vented plasma of the experimental ship. All 89 persons aboard are declared missing.

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