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The Federation Command Cruiser is an improved variant of its standard heavy cruiser and is noted for its firepower and versatility. Normally, the admiral commands his fleet from a command cruiser during peacetime. Command cruisers are usually marginally better in firepower and considerably superior in command, control, and communication facilities as compared to heavy cruisers. As the General War continued, many surviving heavy cruisers were converted into command cruisers.
Known names include 1703 Lexington, 1705 Excalibur, 1710 Kongo, 1712 Bon Homme Richard, 1720 Lafayette, and 1727 Essex. The following is an earlier class of command cruiser that was upgraded to the Constitution-class standard: 1616 Nimitz.
This ship is available in a variety of materials. Ships are unpainted, use standard flight stands available from many sources, and, while designed for gaming, make fine display pieces.