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Named after a government-contracted Canadian defence company (firearm design & manufacturer). They supply the CF, whom I am employed, with tools of the trade. Or so they did once. Unfortunately, a few year back they ran into financial problems and were bought out by Colt (company now called Colt Canada). So, this is like a quiet tribute to them and to national military industrialization pride.
I've always liked how the name was spelt, how it "rolls off the tongue" when spoken. I've chosen it as my legacy ship name. Will follow me through my Starfleet career. I also picked it because it is rather obscure and there's a very low chance I'd ever see it on another ship.
Originally, when I played the game 2 years ago, my first ship was named the "Sulaco" (in affection of another of my all-time favorite sci fi series). However, I soon discovered that it was a well known and liked named and I eventually saw dozens (and now there are likely many hundreds of ships out there named it) and so I figured it was time to change or invent a different name and try my best to be original or unique.
U.S.S. Sun Tzu was the name of my first post bete escort
U.S.S. Fisher Is my dreadnaught named for the british admiral who championed their construction
U.S.S. Orion pax for my borg captain because HESE A ROBOT IN DISGUISE!
U.S.S. Botany bay, still looking for checkovs decendants.
Actualy reading things pefore posting will make you look smarter than yelling loudly. Reading comprehension is aparently a lost art.
Not everything you see on the internet is true - Abriham Lincoln
Manuel Belgrano for my main (always rename the new main to this, using the pennant of the first ship i had plus the A/B/C and so), for both the Argentinian patriot and the cruiser that was sunk in the Malvinas war, also it goes with the naming rules of the Armada Argentina.
Zarate for my main shuttle because it is the name of my city and because it also goes with the naming rules of the ARA (small combat capable ships are named after cities with big river ports).
The other ships have names according the the naming rules of the ARA, fitting for their tier, and my Oddie is called "25 de Mayo", as the ARA carrier that was decomissioned in 2000.
U.S.S. Kearsage: named after the U.S. warship that sank the C.S.S. Alabama during the American Civil War.
U.S.S. Hallowell: named after U.S. Lieut. Col. Norwood P. Hallowell who served in the 54th Massachusetts the first all black regiment formed. He fought at several battles during the American Civil War.
I've used Dreadnought for several things, going back many years. I use the name generally for ultra-powerful ships I make up, and I decided to carry the name into STO as my flagship. While this Dreadnought isn't that powerful, when I get a HEC the U.S.S. Dreadnought-B will be.
I completed a two-man ISE, CSE, KASE, and HSE. We are the Borg. Irrelevancy is irrelevant.
If you say banana slowly, you can hear the word gullible in it.
There's no Q in Star Trek.