Departments & Positions

  • Command (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

    The Command department is ultimately responsible for the ship and its crew, and those within the department are responsible for commanding the vessel and representing the interests of Starfleet and the United Federation of Planets.

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  • CVW-9 "Avenging Angels" (CVG-3 "Flying Lions")

    Aboard the Jerusalem, Carrier Air Wing Nine's fighters and aircrews provide part of the primary combat power of the ship. They're responsible for piloting fighters primarily, but may also pilot whatever other auxiliary craft need flying.

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    • VFA-22 "Seraphim"

      Attack Fighter Squadron 22 (VFA-22, also known as the Nicknames squadron) flies the Raptor-class space superiority fighter. There are twenty-four aircraft in this squadron, twenty-four active pilots, and eight reserve pilots.

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    • VFA-51 "Cataphractoi"

      Attack Fighter Squadron FIFTY-ONE (VFA-51), otherwise known as the "Cataphractoi" squadron, flies the Valkyrie-class attack fighter. There are thirty fighters in this squadron, manned by thirty active aircrews of one pilot and one Weapons System Officer (WSO) per aircraft, with ten aircrew pairs in reserve and not assigned to an aircraft.

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    • VFA-65 "Archangels"

      Attack Fighter Squadron SIXTY-FIVE (VFA-65), otherwise known as the "Archangels" squadron, flies the Valkyrie-class attack fighter. There are twenty-four fighters in this squadron, manned by twenty-four active aircrews of one pilot and one Weapons System Officer (WSO) per aircraft, with eight aircrew pairs in reserve and not assigned to an aircraft.

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    • VF-38 "Crusaders"

      Fighter Squadron THIRTY-EIGHT (VF-38, also known as the Crusaders) flies the Razor-class space superiority fighter. There are twenty aircraft in this squadron, twenty active pilots, and five reserve pilots.

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    • VFA-43 "Cherubim"

      Attack Fighter Squadron FORTY-THREE (VFA-43, also known as the Cherubim squadron) flies the Raptor-class space superiority fighter. There are twenty-four aircraft in this squadron, twenty-four active pilots, and eight reserve pilots.

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  • OOC helpers (OOC helpers)

    People who help the CO with certain OOC tasks he needs help with.

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  • Group Command Staff (CVG-3 "Flying Lions")

    The Command Staff of the Group, including the CAG.

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  • Fleet Command Staff (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

    This is for the listing of select personnel higher in the chain of command than the USS Jerusalem's CO.

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  • CVW-12 "Flaming Swords" (CVG-3 "Flying Lions")

    Aboard the Jerusalem, Carrier Air Wing Twelve's fighters and aircrews provide part of the primary combat power of the ship. They're responsible for piloting fighters primarily, but may also pilot whatever other auxiliary craft need flying.

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    • VFA-72 "Desert Hawks"

      Attack Fighter Squadron SEVENTY-TWO (VFA-72), otherwise known as the "Desert Hawks" squadron, flies the Valkyrie-class attack fighter. There are twenty-four fighters in this squadron, manned by twenty-four active aircrews of one pilot and one Weapons System Officer (WSO) per aircraft, with eight aircrew pairs in reserve and not assigned to an aircraft.

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    • VF-75 "Maccabees"

      Fighter Squadron SEVENTY-FIVE (VF-75, also known as the Maccabees) flies the Razor-class space superiority fighter. There are twenty aircraft in this squadron, twenty active pilots, and five reserve pilots.

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    • VFA-95 "Archers"

      Attack Fighter Squadron NINETY-FIVE (VFA-95, also known as the Archers squadron) flies the Raptor-class space superiority fighter. There are twenty-four aircraft in this squadron, twenty-four active pilots, and eight reserve pilots.

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    • VFA-17 "Principes"

      Attack Fighter Squadron SEVENTEEN (VFA-17, also known as the Principes squadron) flies the Raptor-class space superiority fighter. There are twenty-four aircraft in this squadron, twenty-four active pilots, and eight reserve pilots.

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  • Flight Control (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

    Responsible for the navigation and flight control of the vessel, the Flight Control department includes pilots trained in both starship and auxiliary craft piloting. Note that the Flight Control department does not include fighter pilots, and that auxiliary craft are generally the province of the ship's Air Wing when it is aboard.

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  • CVW-14 "Flying Tigers" (CVG-3 "Flying Lions")

    Aboard the Jerusalem, Carrier Air Wing Fourteen's fighters and aircrews provide part of the primary combat power of the ship. They're responsible for piloting fighters primarily, but may also pilot whatever other auxiliary craft need flying.

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    • VFA-83 "Hastati"

      Attack Fighter Squadron EIGHTY-THREE (VFA-83, also known as the Hastati squadron) flies the Raptor-class space superiority fighter. There are twenty-four aircraft in this squadron, twenty-four active pilots, and eight reserve pilots.

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    • VFA-33 "Sharks"

      Attack Fighter Squadron THIRTY-THREE (VFA-33), otherwise known as the "Sharks" squadron, flies the Valkyrie-class attack fighter. There are twenty-four fighters in this squadron, manned by twenty-four active aircrews of one pilot and one Weapons System Officer (WSO) per aircraft, with eight aircrew pairs in reserve and not assigned to an aircraft.

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    • VFA-15 "Claymores"

      Attack Fighter Squadron FIFTEEN (VFA-15), otherwise known as the "Claymores" squadron, flies the Valkyrie-class attack fighter. There are twenty-four fighters in this squadron, manned by twenty-four active aircrews of one pilot and one Weapons System Officer (WSO) per aircraft, with eight aircrew pairs in reserve and not assigned to an aircraft.

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    • VB-21 "Sabers"

      Bomber Squadron TWENTY-ONE (VB-21), otherwise known as the "Sabers" squadron, flies the Scimitar-class ground attack fighter. There are twenty-four fighters in this squadron, manned by twenty-four active aircrews of one pilot and one Weapons System Officer (WSO) per aircraft, with eight aircrew pairs in reserve and not assigned to an aircraft.

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    • VB-34 "Longswords"

      Bomber Squadron THIRTY-FOUR (VB-34), otherwise known as the "Longswords" squadron, flies the Scimitar-class ground attack fighter. There are twenty-four fighters in this squadron, manned by twenty-four active aircrews of one pilot and one Weapons System Officer (WSO) per aircraft, with eight aircrew pairs in reserve and not assigned to an aircraft.

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  • Security (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

    Those who dare to enforce the law must never cease to obey it. Law enforcement and (in conjunction with other departments) the defense of the ship against boarding actions is the function of the Security department. Unlike in some governments, the personnel of Starfleet Security are strictly Military Police - they do not do law enforcement over civilian populations, except when civilians are present on Starfleet vessels and planetside installations, or in the rare cases when the President of the UFP orders their deployment in cases of insurrection, civil disorder beyond what member states can control, or rebellion. They are also, with the Intelligence department, responsible for personnel security clearances and related matters.

    Security is also responsible for all weapons lockers (except for those used by SFMC), control of the brig and all persons held there, escorting VIPs, defending the ship in a boarding situation in conjunction with the Marine Detachment, and providing protection during away missions when the Marines are not deployed for the task.

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  • Combat Operations (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

    The Combat Operations department coordinates the ships offensive and defensive capabilities, assists in coordination operations of the ships air assets, and operates the Combat Information Center, providing processed information for command and control of the near battle space or 'area of operations'. Combat Operations organizes and processes information into a form more convenient and usable by the commander in authority. The CIC funnels communications and data received over multiple channels, which is then organized, evaluated, weighted and arranged to provide an ordered and timely information flow to the battle command staff under the control of the Chief Combat Operations Officer and his\her deputies.

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  • Operations (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

    The Operations Department is responsible for keeping the ships systems functioning properly, rerouting power, bypassing relays, and doing whatever else is necessary to keep the ship operating at peak efficiency. Data management and all of the ship's computer systems fall under their umbrella as well. Additionally, Operations is responsible for maintenance and repair on ancillary systems, food prep, and housekeeping.

    Operations coordinates Logistics and Materials to ensure that all ship departments and their personnel have the supplies that they require to perform their duties.

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  • Engineering (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

    The engineering department has the enormous task of keeping the ship working; they are responsible for making repairs, fixing problems, and making sure that the ship is ready for anything.

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  • Science (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

    From sensor readings to figuring out a way to enter the strange spacial anomaly, the science department is responsible for recording data, testing new ideas out, and making discoveries.

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  • Medical & Counseling (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

    The medical & counseling department is responsible for the mental and physical health of the crew, from running annual physicals, to combating a strange plague that is afflicting the crew, to helping a crew member deal with the loss of a loved one. Aboard certain ships, may also be the organizational home of the Chaplain, who ordinarily operates independently of the Medical Department's control.

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  • Intelligence (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

    The spooks, the secret-keepers. The Intelligence department is responsible not merely for collection of intelligence as it becomes possible during a mission, but for analyzing collected intelligence both for the ship's command staff, Starfleet Intelligence, and other "customers", and for providing the ship's command staff with intelligence analyses relevant to the mission. It does not merely gather and analyze classified information, but does the same with open-source information, and (in conjunction with Security) handles information security matters for the entire ship.

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  • Diplomatic Detachment (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

    Responsible for negotiating short-term truces and ceasefires, members of the Starfleet Diplomatic Corps act under the guidance of the Federation Diplomatic Service in providing emergency "diplomatic triage" in crisis situations.

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  • Alpha Company, 1 BN, 3rd Marine Infantry Regiment (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

    A Marine Infantry Company drawn from the Third Marine Infantry Regiment, Alpha Company provides the ground combat power of the Jerusalem's striking force. While trained and equipped as a light infantry company, it can also perform spaceborne tasks such as the boarding and capture of enemy ships or stations.

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    • First Platoon

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    • Second Platoon

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    • Third Platoon

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  • CVG-3 "Flying Lions" (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

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  • Civilian Personnel (Crew Manifest, USS Jerusalem)

    Civilians play an important role in Starfleet. Aboard the USS Jerusalem, civilians are not usually present, but may show up on occasion for the duration of a mission (for example, contractor personnel during a shakedown cruise, diplomats, or the like).