Now arriving in the docking bay, the Spring 2024 Ticonderoga newsletter

Yes the latest edition of the Ticonderoga Transmissions has been uploaded for all to enjoy. Mariner is excited because it has the new blast shield and covers Deep Space Nine. A place that she has visited many times.

All previous newsletters can be found at the Newsletter Archive.

If you have anything that you would like to submit to the newsletter. It could be an article, artwork, a puzzle, trivia or anything. The editors will bless you if you submit it to them. You can send it to Newsletter@USSTiconderoga.org

The Winter 2023 Newsletter is now available

Detmer’s excited, the latest issue of the Ticonderoga Transmissions is now available to read and enjoy. Right now it is only in available in this blog post. But after a technical issue has been resolved you should be able to see it in the newsletter archives as well.

If you have anything that you would like to submit to the newsletter. It could be an article, artwork, a puzzle, trivia or anything. The editors will bless you if you submit it to them. You can send it to Newsletter@USSTiconderoga.org

Newsflash: Summer 2022 issue of Ticonderoga Transmissions is now online

Geordi and Worf are excited. The Summer 2022 issue of the Ticonderoga Transmissions is currently online. Right now it is only in available in this blog post. But after a technical issue has been resolved you should be able to see it in the newsletter archives as well.

If you have anything that you would like to submit to the newsletter. It could be an article, artwork, a puzzle, trivia or anything. The editors will bless you if you submit it to them. You can send it to Newsletter@USSTiconderoga.org

Winter 2022 Ticonderoga Transmissions is now online

The Winter 2022 issue of the Ticonderoga Transmissions is currently online. Right now it is only in available in this blog post. But after a technical issue has been resolved you should be able to see it in the newsletter archives as well.

EDITORS NOTE: We received a corrected copy of the newsletter. If you downloaded the newsletter in the first 24 hours of the blog posting, you may want to re-download to obtain the correct issue.

If you have anything that you would like to submit to the newsletter. It could be an article, artwork, a puzzle, trivia or anything. The editors will bless you if you submit it to them. You can send it to Newsletter@USSTiconderoga.org

Online membership application is now live

The new online membership application for the USS Ticonderoga is now live. It has been tested and should be good to go. It can be found here ONLINE APPLICATION, or by clicking on “Join” from the top menu and click on “Online Application” from the pull down menu.

This can be used by Star Trek fans in our area that is interested in joining our free club. The application is one of the steps needed to acquire membership. The other requirements are to attend two USS Ticonderoga meetings or activities (we figured that if you come back a second time, you are interested in joining), meet the Commanding Officer (Captain Erica Stark) and Executive Officer (Lt. Commander Dave Stock). Once you have done the three items above, the Ticonderoga will submit your application to Starfleet Command’s Seventh Fleet for approval. They will send back the orders welcoming you to the fleet and chapter.

If there are any questions, please email us at Info@USSTiconderoga.org. If there are any issues with the form, please email Webmaster@USSTiconderoga.org.

Fall 2021 Ticonderoga Transmissions is now online

You can stop checking the website, the latest Ticonderoga Transmissions has now been posted. The theme for this issue is Friendships that we’ve seen in Star Trek and in the Seventh Fleet.

The issue can be downloaded here.

If you have anything that you would like to submit to the newsletter. It could be an article, artwork, a puzzle, trivia or anything. The editors will bless you if you submit it to them. You can send it to Newsletter@USSTiconderoga.org

USS Ticonderoga Model

On our club website we have documented the actual and fictitious history of the vessels bearing the name “Ticonderoga” in our Namesake History section. Basically we love seeing the efforts that other Star Trek fans have completed using the name USS Ticonderoga.

Today, custom model builder and Star Trek fan, Bill Krause, posted these images of a Constitution Class (refit) USS Ticonderoga on his twitter account. We reached out to Mr. Krause and he has graciously given us permission to post the images here for all to enjoy. Thank you.

USS Ticonderoga model saucer section.
USS Ticonderoga model saucer section.
USS Ticonderoga model bridge module with travel pod.
USS Ticonderoga model bridge module with travel pod.

Congratulations to the USS PUlsar

Admiral Carl Stark (CinC Seventh Fleet), Captain Charles Corr (CO, USS Valkyrie), Captain Joe Coleflesh (CO, USS Pulsar) and Captain Erica Stark (CO, USS Ticonderoga).

Captain Erica Stark had the pleasure to represent the USS Ticonderoga at the Commissioning Ceremony of the Nova Class USS Pulsar, NCC-72358 in Utah County.

Captain Joe Coleflesh had launched a chapter-in-training, the Runabout USS St. Lawrence off of the USS Ticonderoga several years ago. He was able to build the chapter-in-training and obtain his rank of Captain with the help of Star Trek fans in Utah County. Thus the St. Lawrence was graduated to full chapter status and the USS Pulsar was launched.

The actual launching ceremony was originally scheduled to take place in 2020, however it had to be delayed until 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic. The official launch date of the full chapter is still listed as March 9, 2020 on the Seventh Fleet website.

After the Seventh Feet Commander-in-Chief read off the official orders giving Captain Coleflesh command of the Pulsar, Captain Stark and Captain Corr participated in the christening ceremony by smashing bottles on the “hull” of the ship.

Congratulations to the crew of the USS Pulsar. We are looking forward to hearing about your upcoming adventures for years to come.

Ticonderoga Transmissions SPRING 2021

With this post the Spring 2021 issue of the Ticonderoga Transmissions is now released to the public to enjoy. This issue celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the club that became the USS Ticonderoga. In 1996 the USS Euphrates, a chapter-in-training off of the USS Kelly was launched.

The issue can be downloaded here.

If you have anything that you would like to submit to the newsletter. It could be an article, artwork, a puzzle, trivia or anything. The editors will bless you if you submit it to them. You can send it to Newsletter@USSTiconderoga.org

Proud chapter of Starfleet Command's Seventh Fleet