Introduction to United Federation Starfleet

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Author(s): Zed Drebin, Taylorholic Durant, Ishan Broek, MilesPrower Dagger, Kermie Mistwallow, Rosine Heinkel

Rewrite: Rosine Heinkel

College: College of Command

School: School of Command Protocols

Created: 070215

Current version: 130712

Delivery Method: Classroom lecture

Assessment Method: Written Examination

Class Status: ACTIVE

Class Length: 16 minutes + Exam

Prerequisites: None

Synopsis: This course is an introducton to United Federation Starfleet and covers the following: a history of UFS, an overview of how to become a UFS officer, Academy periods and requirements, how rank is earned, the UFS branches and uniform colors, resolving conflict in UFS and an overview of the UFS Website, Forum and Wiki. This course is REQUIRED in your freshman period at the Academy and should be one of the first courses you take as a cadet.


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No portion of these materials may be copied or republished in any or form without the written consent of a Director of United Federation Starfleet, Inc. All content drawn in from sources outside of UFS are used per Title 17, Chapter 1, Section 107: Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair Use, of the United States code. The material as used is for educational purposes only and no profit is made from the use of the material.

Material used in this specific class was inspired, copied and/or summarised from the sources referenced below, and various Star Trek films, television episodes and licensed works.


  • This class is a completely original work by the author.