San Francisco Fleet Yards

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San Francisco Fleet Yards (also known as San Francisco Navy Yards or simply San Francisco Yards) was a Starfleet shipyard located in Earth orbit, with its planetside offices located in the city of San Francisco. There was also an orbital office complex near the drydocks of the yard. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

In the mid-23rd century, the USS Enterprise was launched from these yards. (TOS: "The Man Trap", dedication plaque) Robert April was stationed there when its unit components were being built. He recalled this while visiting with James T. Kirk on the bridge in 2270. (TAS: "The Counter-Clock Incident")

In 2285, the USS Excelsior was launched from these yards. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, dedication plaque)

In 2286, the USS Enterprise-A was launched from these yards. (Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, dedication plaque)

Sometime prior to 2333, USS Stargazer was launched from these yards. (TNG: "The Battle", dedication plaque)

In 2367, the USS Sutherland was launched from these yards. (TNG: "Redemption II", dedication plaque)

In 2372, the USS Enterprise-E was launched from these yards. (Star Trek: First Contact, dedication plaque)

Only a few weeks later during the same year, the USS James Kirk was commissioned and launched from San Francisco Fleet Yards carrying a wing of Peregrine class fighters.

During the early 2370’s, the San Francisco Fleet Yards collaborated with the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards to design and construct the Luna-class Explorer, including the USS Resolve that launched on October 22nd, 2375.

Cadet Kala Marika spent her cadet cruise at the San Francisco Fleet Yards during the latter half of 2378 and the early months of 2379, giving her access to resources at Starfleet Academy. After graduating as an ensign, she was retained for another year as part of the Advanced Starship Design Bureau before the classified nature of some of her work necessitated her promotion to lieutenant (junior grade) in 2380 in order to possess the minimum security clearances necessary. In January of 2381, her part of the project was completed and she left San Francisco Fleet Yards to the serve aboard the USS Cayuga.