The design of the Parliament-class starship was essentially dictated by its role in handling assignments that focused on extensive, complex engineering projects.
Advanced in terms of 24th-century design, the U.S.S. Vancouver comprised a large primary saucer section. Its low-slung, aft-ranged warp nacelles were secured by large pylons that formed part of the saucer section’s dorsal superstructure. A discrete secondary hull and deflector array was located below and aft of the saucer section.
Around 2380, the Vancouver was instrumental in successfully completing an operation to demolish one of the moons of Mixtus III. During the mission, the crew was supported by the U.S.S. Cerritos.
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A detailed model of the 24th century Parliament-class ship. The magazine includes a profile and original production art!