Welcome to the USS Ranger NCC-74657!

"Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man's desire to understand." -- Neil Armstrong

The year is 2394, nineteen long and fragmented years after the Federation won their devastating war against the aggressive Dominion. Battered and bruised, they've spent much of the interim rebuilding.

An era of peace has now descended upon its borders. The corners of the Quadrant have retreated to re-group and lick their proverbial wounds. It is in this time that the Federation and its military arm Starfleet have harped back to their foundation values to explore and seek out new life and new civilizations.

Like her namesake, this Intrepid-class starship is tasked with expanding the boundaries of scientific exploration beyond the borders of the frontier. A leading vessel within Task Force 23-B, the Ranger is fast, agile, and well armed. State of the art computers give her unprecedented storage capacity, access speed, and rigor conditioning. This, combined with a wide array of sensors covering a large amount of the exposed surface, makes the Intrepid class a premier ship of the line for Starfleet's scientific endeavors.

Whether you are a commissioned officer, enlisted crew or cadet, there is a place for you on board the Ranger. There are opportunities for character development, adventure and fun as we explore the Final Frontier. Take a look at our open positions list and be a part of the journey.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the command staff.

Captain T'mpest Michaels
Commanding Officer

USS Ranger


When the Ranger investigates a strange anomaly in space they are pulled through a temporal rift. Now, they must not only find a way back and prevent the anomaly from forming, they must also decide precisely where their loyalties lie, and avoid causing any ripples from destroying what they believe the Federation stands for--whether that means changing the future or not.

"Forward, forward let us range.
Let the great world spin for ever down the ringing grooves of change."
-- Alfred, Lord Tennyson