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Dat
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Let's see...
Which senior officer (on any of the series) served on the most ships. Name the officer, the number of ships, and the ship names. Must be specific ships and numbers. Not something like he/she served on cruisers, freighters, scouts, etc. without specific numbers.

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Doctor Leonard H. McCoy, served on:

U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-A
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-B (or C, not known exactly)

The encyclopedia says that McCoy served on 3 ships named Enterprise...

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Dat
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It's not McCoy.

Although I've never heard of him serving on 3 Enterprises. I thought it was just -nil and -A.

But, still not him.

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Commander William Thomas Riker, then? Served on 5 ships, 6 if you count the Pagh...

U.S.S. Pegasus NCC-53847
U.S.S. Potemkin NCC-18253
U.S.S. Hood NCC-42296
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D
I.K.S. Pagh
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-E

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[This message has been edited by Fabrux (edited March 23, 2000).]


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Jeff Raven
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Ships...AND NUMBERS?!?! Good lord you guys are geeks!!!

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Yep. Is that a problem for you? :-)

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Yes! It is Riker. And I didn't count the Pagh or the Hathaway or the Excalibur.

Fabrux, it's your turn now!

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After thinking about my question more, I realize it could have been Benjamin Sisko as well. He was on the Livingston, the Okinawa, the Saratoga, and both Defiants...although you could say Defiant and Sao Paulo.

I would not have accepted Scotty. He said he served on 11 ships including freighters, cruisers, and starships (both Enterprises and the Excelsior). He did not give us the name of the other 8 ships he was on. And I wanted names!

Still since Fabrux came up with an answer that was right, it's still his turn.

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Um..er...ah..I'll have to think about this question for a bit... I'm not too good at trivia, y'know...

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