Hawkeye class

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Basic Class Stats

  • Category: Tactical Sensor Platform
  • Expected Duration: 10 years
  • Time Between Resupply: 2 years
  • Time Between Refit: 5 years


  • Crew: 1 pilot, 1 TSO (Tactial Sensor Operator) (May be piloted single seat)
  • Emergency: can accommodate up to 10 passengers in an Evac situation


  • Length: 21 meters
  • Beam: 12.2 meters
  • Height: 5.3 meters


  • Cruising Velocity: Warp 4
  • Maximum Velocity: Warp 6
  • Emergency Velocity: Warp 8 (for 6 hours)


  • Three Type-VIII phaser emitters
  • One probe launcher (with 6 probes)
  • (can be fitted with 2 microtorpedo launchers on hardpoints)

Defensive Systems

  • Standard Shielding System
  • EM-deadening tiling and stealth systems (used on certain capital ships such as Prometheus, Sovereign and Nebula stealth destroyers)

Sensor Systems

  • Long and short range sensors include:
    • EM Scanners
    • Graviton Scanners
    • Subspace Scanners
    • Lifeform Scanners
    • Optical Imagers
    • Thermal Sensors
    • AEGIS Tactical Link Secure Sensor Link
    • Tachyon Detection (Anti-Cloak)
    • Ambient Gaseous Anomaly Detection (Anti-Cloak)
    • NAVAJO Signal Interrogator/Decorder
    • Multi-Wave Jammer System


Hawkeye class

Obviously based on the "Delta Flyer" spaceframe built by the crew of the USS Voyager on their return journey to the Alpha Quadrant, the "SP-34 Hawkeye class Scout ship" was first constructed at the ASDB Integration Facility, Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards, Mars. The first Hawkeye to roll off the assembly line did so in 2390. the purpose of the Hawkeye is as a scouting vessel - long range detection and identification. It is not a combat vessel, and so has limited armaments. The "standard" Delta Flyer cabin housed a pilot and three optional crew (operations, tactical and engineeing). The Hawkeye cockpit only has room for two crew, the pilot and the TSO (Tactical Sensor Operator). The rest of the cabin is sensor and computer equipment. And while its hull does not sport a "stealth" coating, per se, the EM tiling and sensor damping hull do give it some measure of protection from detection. Hawkeyes are often used as spotters by fighter wings.

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Black-and-white ship illustrations by Tim Davies unless otherwise noted. Used with permission. All other images are copyright to their respective owners.
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