U.S.S. William Wallace : Technical Specifications Documentation
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06-22-2012, 05:02 AM
8.0 CREW SUPPORT SYSTEMS
8.1 MEDICAL SYSTEMS
There is one large sickbay located on Deck 6, equipped with two treatment wards, an intensive-care unit, two surgical suites, a null-grav therapy ward, a biohazard isolation unit, a medical laboratory, a morgue/stasis containment unit, and a dental care office. Pursuant to Starfleet Medical Protocols, the sickbay is equipped with holo-emitters for the usage of the Emergency Medical Holographic system.
In its limited role as a reconnaissance starship, the William Wallace is equipped with two dedicated medical labs for field testing and investigations. These rooms mirror their counterparts on larger Federation starships by making use of scaled down devices that would commonly be found on those ships.
8.2 CREW QUARTERS SYSTEMS
Officer quarters are located on Deck 9. Enlisted crew quarters are located on Decks 7, 8, 10 and 11.
Standard living quarters are provided for both Starfleet non-commissioned officers and ensigns. These individuals are expected to share their room with another crewmate due to space restrictions aboard the starship. Two NCOs or ensigns are assigned to a suite. Accommodations include 2 bedrooms with twin beds, connected by a living/work area. A washroom with ultrasonic shower is located off to each bedroom. A food replicator and a personal viewer are located in the living area. Obviously, due to the nature of the ship's missions and the lack of facilities, families are not allowed onboard.
Starfleet personnel from the rank of Lieutenant Junior Grade up to Commander are given one set of quarters to themselves. In addition, department heads and their assistants are granted such privileges as well, in an effort to provide a private environment to perform off-duty work. These accommodations typically include a small bathroom, a bedroom (with standard bed), a living/work area, a food replicator, an ultrasonic shower, and a personal viewer.
The Captain and Executive Officer of the vessel have special quarters located on Deck 2. These quarters are more luxurious than any others on the ship. Both the Captain's and the Executive officer's quarters are larger than standard Officers quarters, and this space generally has the following accommodations; a bedroom, living/work area, bathroom with ultrasonic shower, food replicator and personal viewer.
A normal class-M environment is maintained throughout the vessel, but can be adapted in 10 percent of the crew living quarters for life-forms from class-H, -K, or -L worlds. All atmospheric conditions, heating, and humidity are controllable by deck and by section. All storable gases and fluids, as well as transfer and manipulation hardware, is distributed among all decks and engineering spaces.
8.3 RECREATIONAL DECK
The William Wallace has been maximized for tactical and limited scientific usage. However, it was realised that the stress of operating at near 100 percent efficiency on a ship that is built for extended deep-space field operations can be dangerous, so there are some recreational facilities aboard.
Two standard holodeck facilities and four standard holosuite units are located on Deck 7 for group or individual usage. The phaser range is situated on Deck 7 and is stocked with a varied compliment of weapon types for leisure as well as training purposes. A well-equipped gymnasium on Deck 7 offers the crew with the necessary appliances for physical training and development.
8.4 THE LOUNGE
A large communal lounge simply called the Seventh, is located on Decks 7 and 8, which acts as the social center of the ship. The lounge has a battery of recreational games, along with two bars. The replicators have an exhaustive culinary menu, and variations can be created by the crew and stored files can be easily accessed or traded.
Large numbers of tables and chairs, as well as benches and booths provide seating for the crew. The upper section of the lounge has a dance floor, whereas the lower section which contains most of the lounge has a small dais that can be raised from the floor to make a stage area, to allow for performing arts.
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