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|USS Okuda (NCC-75234)|
|Affiliation:||United Federation of Planets|
|Dimensions:|| Length: 344.5m|
|Mass:||700,000 metric tons|
|Crew Complement:||168 Starfleet; 22 Auxiliary|
|Speed:|| Cruise: Warp 8|
Maximum: Warp 9.799 for 12 hours
|Armament:||Six phaser arrays; four photon torpedo launchers (two forward; two aft)|
The USS Okuda (NCC-75234) was an Intrepid-class starship in the service of the United Federation of Planets in the latter part of the 24th century.
On April 10th, 2389 a large limpet mine planted near a primary EPS junction on the Okuda was detonated at high warp while returning to Betazed to continue assisting in that planet's evacuation following an OOR attack. The subsequent damage, and that of smaller explosions caused by additional planted explosives resulted in the destruction of the vessel. While initially considered to be the result of a quantum filament cluster, the cause of the destruction of the Okuda has since been ruled sabotage. An investigation is ongoing, but initial reports suggest that it was an act of domestic terrorism directed by individuals with a personal vendetta against the Okuda's Captain and First Officer. Of the 180 crewmembers, 170 were saved.
Deviations from the Class
With the exception of her computer system, the USS Okuda had no technical deviations from her line specifications. See Intrepid-class for full specifications.
The Okuda had been refitted with a positronic-logic network, allowing for faster and more numerous calculations than the standard bio-gel-based networks aboard other Intrepid-class starships.