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 USS Intrepid, NCC-74600, PBEM RPG
Posted: Sep 9 2005, 12:07 PM


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The USS Intrepid, NCC-74600 is an Intrepid class Starship, commissioned by Fleet Admiral St. James to chart out unknown territories in the Gamma Quadrant...

Her crew is highly specialized in their skills and function as a cohesive unit.

Missions on the Intrepid are of a highly classified nature and always involve extreme risk. If danger, adventure and quiet heroism appeal to you, then you belong on the Intrepid.

If you have any questions or comments, Contact her Commanding Officer.

Commander Mark Bell
Commanding Officer
U.S.S. Intrepid
ICQ: 343790912
YIM: terell_lerok
AOL: spookytheda
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