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Maximum Capacity:
Medical
276 meters
90 meters
100 meters


23
320 officers
and enlisted


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2365-present




M/ARA
Warp 6
Warp 8
Warp 9

Color Key: Cannon Facts - Estimation - Speculation
Notes: The Olympic class was designed to be a mobile hospital that can rival a starbase. It's equipped with much better medical facilities then standard Federation starship.
Olympic Class
Threat Rating: LOW  Est Ships: 30  Known Ships: 2
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Notable Ships
NCC-55012     USS Nobel
	NCC-58928     USS Pasteur
History


Information

Very little other then the class' mission is know, it is believe they saw heavy service behind the lines during the Dominion war.


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