I am Ensign Reclusive posting on behalf of the largest, purest Trek fleet in existence: The [UFP]. The fleet has been around for many years and has seen over Star trek community's fall. But the UFP has never given up and it's as active today as it was 5 years ago.
- Background -
The [UFP] was formed from the merger of two great fleets, Federation Command [FC] and the Federation [FEDS].
Our fleet's mandate, if I quote our website, is to adhere to the "...precepts of fair game play and equal opportunity...". Every prospective officer has the opportunity to reach their potential, to learn new skills and to form friendships that may even reach beyond the internet.
- Gaming -
[UFP] prides itself on supporting strictly Star Trek gaming, currently we support these titles with an active fleet structure.
Star Trek Online(Klingon and Federation players.)
Star Trek: Bridge Commander (With the Kobayashi Maru 1.0 modification)
Star Trek: Armada II (Stock or 1.2.5 for Vista users)
Star Trek: Starfleet Command III (534b)
Star Trek Legacy (PC & Xbox 360)
Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force I & II
[UFP] runs frequent competitions and tournaments, staying active within the Trek community, with a reputation for being professional, adept Star Trek gamers. But most of all, in [UFP], there is fun to be had. Would you rather play on your own? Or play with your comrades?
The UFP has experts on all frontiers of Star trek games.
- The Fleet -
[UFP] is governed by the Council of Admirals, with between them almost thirty years of experience in the Star Trek community, veterans with the experience to keep [UFP] running smoothly. The officer corps of the fleet are some of the most interesting and friendly people you will ever encounter, with a real passion for Trek gaming. They'll make your life easier. If you have a suggestion the council will be happy to hear all of them.
Starfleet is comprised of three fleets, each with their own squadrons for their corresponding games.
First Fleet is the Star trek Online fleet.
Operations, are the departments of the fleet. If IP technologies are your fancy, Security is for you. If you cannot go a day without firing up Photoshop, Engineering is always on the look out for talent. If you want to be a part of shaping future officers, then the Academy might just be your ideal duty. Or perhaps like me you want to help recruit members for the fleet, you should join the Department of Personnel.
Whatever you love, [UFP] can accommodate it. If all you want is to relax with a genuine, friendly bunch of folks. Then we aim to please. You do not have to join a department if you don't want to.
- Communications -
[UFP]'s forums are friendly, lively and full of entertaining people. All are welcome be it for foreign relations, to sign up or just for a social call. Click here to see more.
[UFP] also operates a Communications Array (Ventrilo server), why not stop by?
- Closing -
[UFP] continues to stand as an example of how a structured fleet with an engaging community, can thrive in a trying time for Star Trek gaming.
But don't just take my word for it...
"The premier Star Trek Gaming clan"
Lieutenant Commander Digi, 10+ years in the community.
"It's the best I've ever seen since I joined a Trek clan, I'm proud to serve with [UFP]"
Fleet Captain Pixy, ex-FE, UFDF
"[UFP] is a fun place to be to socialise and meet new people from a variety of different backgrounds."
Operations Rear Admiral McManus, 8+ years in the community
"I may be new. But I feel like I've been in this family for decades"
If you want a Star Trek clan that will deliver, in every aspect, that will further your skills and enjoyment in
the Star Trek community - then look no further.