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Hammerhead-class patrol ship in The Iron Will

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'''UEES ''Paul C. Gerwald'' (PCG-4101)''' is a second generation (Flight II) [[Aegis]] [[Hammerhead]] that also known as the famous "ghost ship". The ship was named after the deceased senator [[Paul C. Gerwald]]. In [[2818]], the ship was separated from her unit and supply chain in [[2818]] during long-range reconnaissance in what was then
 
'''UEES ''Paul C. Gerwald'' (PCG-4101)''' is a second generation (Flight II) [[Aegis]] [[Hammerhead]] that also known as the famous "ghost ship". The ship was named after the deceased senator [[Paul C. Gerwald]]. In [[2818]], the ship was separated from her unit and supply chain in [[2818]] during long-range reconnaissance in what was then
believed to be [[Vanduul]]-occupied space. Suffering extensive damage to her navigation system and a total jump drive, the crew of the Gerwald spent eighteen months disconnected from the fleet before a passing explorer managed to scope their short-range beacon. The Gerwald’s story was adapted into a propaganda vid, [[The Iron Will|“The Iron Will”]] although historians quickly noted the ship itself was played by a surplus [[Guine|Guine-class]] patrol ship.<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=media/8srns703rujzbr/source/Hammerhead.pdf|text=The Aegis Hammerhead - Ship Brochure}}</ref>
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believed to be [[Vanduul]]-occupied space. Suffering extensive damage to her navigation system and a total jump drive, the crew of the ''Gerwald'' spent eighteen months disconnected from the fleet before a passing explorer managed to scope their short-range beacon. The ''Gerwald’s'' story was adapted into a propaganda vid, [[The Iron Will|“The Iron Will”]] although historians quickly noted the ship itself was played by a surplus [[Guine|''Guine''-class]] patrol ship.<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=media/8srns703rujzbr/source/Hammerhead.pdf|text=The Aegis Hammerhead - Ship Brochure}}</ref>
  
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==

Latest revision as of 07:37, 26 March 2020

UEES Paul C. Gerwald (PCG-4101) is a second generation (Flight II) Aegis Hammerhead that also known as the famous "ghost ship". The ship was named after the deceased senator Paul C. Gerwald. In 2818, the ship was separated from her unit and supply chain in 2818 during long-range reconnaissance in what was then believed to be Vanduul-occupied space. Suffering extensive damage to her navigation system and a total jump drive, the crew of the Gerwald spent eighteen months disconnected from the fleet before a passing explorer managed to scope their short-range beacon. The Gerwald’s story was adapted into a propaganda vid, “The Iron Will” although historians quickly noted the ship itself was played by a surplus Guine-class patrol ship.[1]

Trivia

  • The UEE Military chose to name the second wave (Flight II and Flight IIA) of Hammerheads named after recently deceased UEE senators.

References

  1. The Aegis Hammerhead - Ship Brochure