Bravo Fleet's Rogue Class Attack Fighter
Rogue

With the Dominion war heating up, and the loss of many, too many Federation ships, Starfleet decided to approach the problem in a new.....well, old way. Fighters. Numerous, small, well armed, maneuverable craft, massed together to attack a target from several different directions. The Rogue Class attack fighter is meant to do just that!


Rogue flight

2374:
    May: Starfleet issues a brief for an Attack Fighter. General brief is as follows. Numerous, small, well armed, maneuverable craft, able to mass together to attack a target from several different directions. Capable of a maximum of warp 4 and fitted with shields and weapons.
    June: ASDB release a general idea to Starfleet initially coded the Rogue Class. Project is approved. Design work completed and prototype begins construction.
    July: Basic space frame is laid out according to the design. Mini computer core installed. Improved Micro Cochrane engine is also developed for the Class.
    August: Warp engine is fitted, computer core is deemed operational and basic testing on the Fighter begins.
    September: Ship passes all regulatory control and proceeds with testing.
    October: Ship is proved to be operational and Starfleet examines the performance. The fighter is commissioned and Starfleet places an order for 500 fighters to be distributed within the Federation.


Rogue

Technical Specifications for Rogue fighters in Bravo Fleet:

classification: Attack Fighter
crew: 2

Propulsion:
impulse engines: 1
warp nacelles:
2
cruising speed: Warp 2
maximum speed: Warp 5
Normally, these fighter operate at impulse speeds and are delivered by a carrier

Weapons and Shields:
phasers: 
    2 micro Type-U pulse phaser emitters.
micro torpedoes: 
    type: Mark II Quantum
    location: forward, above and behind cockpit
    casings: 8
shields and armor: 
    grid-projected (TDS)/distance-projected
    duranium with added ablative armor matrix.

Dimensions:
length: 12 meters
width: 5 meters
height: 7 meters

Other Equipment:
transporters: 1 emergency

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