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USS Jenghiz (NCC-501) was a Saladin-class destroyer on active duty in Starfleet during at least the 23rd century. (Star Fleet Technical Manual)

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Delta Dynamics[]

The original Saladin destroyer configuration

In this continuity, the Saladins were a sub-class of the Syracuse-class destroyers.

The USS Jenghiz (NCC-501) was a Syracuse-class destroyer—of the Saladin destroyer subclass—in Star Fleet service during the 23rd century.

Siva Flight II

In 2250, the remaining Sivas and Saladin vessels, as well as eight Monoceros from the Hermes-class scouts, received upgrades of the external hull, warp nacelle, pylon, and weaponry. The new PB-32 nacelle provided cruise and maximum speeds of warp 6 and warp 8, while the weaponry was completely replaced: the torpedo systems were modified to support forced-intermix warhead supply equipment and the six phase cannons were replaced by an equal number of less massive—but far more adaptive—Type VII phaser emitters. The bridge was provided a lower target profile by being “sunk” half a deck into the surrounding superstructure. And, for utilitarian purposes, a powerful tractor beam emitter was mounted on the pylon’s trailing edge, midway between the saucer and the nacelle.

In the 2270s, Jenghiz was re-assigned to a propulsive research group studying single-nacelle propulsion for future destroyers and scouts. (Delta Dynamics: Star Fleet Starship Recognition Manual: Report #292: Syracuse Destroyers)

Jackill's[]

In the 2270s, a refit would include upgrades (including linear warp drive) that would make Jenghiz the prototype for the Jenghiz-class destroyers. (Jackill's Starfleet Reference Manual: Ships of the Fleet, vol. 1, 2006 revision)

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