Stellar Trek

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Stellar Trek
Corporation Profile
Headquarters: Chatham
Leadership: CEO
Products: JumpShips
Division(s) Dieron

Stellar Trek Enterprises is one of the largest manufacturers of JumpShips for the Combine.[1]

Company Profile[edit]

Home Office: Strabo (Chatham) (Circa 3067)[1]

President/CEO: Trevaline Lemieux (Circa 3067)[1]


Founded during the days of the Alliance of Galedon, Stellar Trek is one of the Combine's most venerable shipbuilding industries.[1] Stellar Trek's shipyards in the Dieron system were destroyed during the First Succession War.[2]

It was noted that the Draconis Combine had lost the capability to manufacture Monolith-class JumpShips as of 3025, and context implied that this was because of lostech (as opposed to deliberate destruction of the manufacturing facilities). Stellar Trek would be building Monoliths at Chatham, suggesting this same shipyard had likely been the one that had already previously built them until lostech put an end to production for a time at least.[3]

By the time of the Clan Invasion the Stellar Trek shipyard in the Chatham system was one of the few JumpShip production site still operating in the Draconis Combine.[4] Still remaining at the forefront of Kearny-Fuchida research ensured the Draconis Combine Admiralty assigned production contracts for the Kyushu and Tatsumaki WarShips, which included massive grants that allowed Stellar Trek to finish the ship assembly facility reconstruction of its Dieron shipyards in December 3055, renamed the Terada WarShip Yard. A facility for producing compact K-F drives began construction in September 3057 and completed by 3061. Those grants also allowed Stellar Trek to purchase DropShip manufacturer Hinsdale Electronics.[5][6][1] Unlike competitor Midway Shipyards who chose to sacrifice its JumpShip production to fulfill the DCA WarShip contracts,[7] Stellar Trek chose to maintain both, but such an expansion without reconfiguration of its logistical chain put the company into financial difficulties that were only exacerbated by delays with the flawed Tatsumaki program. The severe disparity between working conditions at the established and well-resourced Chatham and the newly built and constantly struggling Dieron has also directly impacted the morale of the Stellar Trek workforce, with the company rotating worker from Chatham for a year to assist the Dieron staff, a duty assignment not welcomed by most of the established employees.[1]

After the Jihad Stellar Trek worked overtime to produce as many JumpShips as possible to quickly make up losses suffered in the Jihad. The High Command wanted to restart interstellar trade as soon as possible.[8] Though it originally produced the Kirishima WarShip, that shipyard was destroyed during the Jihad. Dieron was the site of a number of battles between the Word of Blake, DCMS and Clan Ghost Bear. While Dieron was liberated in January 3078, the Blakists inflicted enough damage to the shipyards as they retreated that the Republic of the Sphere considered writing them off.[9][10]


Stellar Trek has manufacturing centers on the following planets:


Note: During the Jihad, the facility on Chatham suffered no capital and personnel losses, and the operating capacity of the factory was at 100% in 3079.[11]

Components produced on Chatham:[4][8]
Component Type
Invader[4][8][1] JumpShip
Merchant[4][8][1] JumpShip
Star Lord[citation needed] JumpShip
Monolith[4][8][1] JumpShip
Kearny-Fuchida Drives
K-F Mark V Merchant[4]
K-F Mark VIIa Invader[4]
K-F Mark VIII a-1 [citation needed]
K-F Mark X Monolith[4]
Compact K-F Drives[5] Unknown


Destroyed in April 2787, rebuilt in 3055 as the Terada WarShip Yard, then almost completely destroyed during the Jihad.[12][2][5]

Components produced on Dieron:[1]
Component Type
Inazuma-class[13] WarShip
Kyushu-class[1] WarShip
Tatsumaki-class[1] WarShip
Kearny-Fuchida Drive
Compact K-F Drives[5] Inazuma-class


This shipyard was destroyed during the Jihad.[10]

Components produced on Togura:[14]
Component Type
Kirishima[14] WarShips
Interplanetary Drive - Combat JumpShips
? (for Kirishima) [citation needed][14]
? (for Kirishima) [citation needed][14]
Lithium-Fusion Battery
? (for Kirishima) [citation needed][14]


  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 Handbook: House Kurita, p. 162: "Pillar of Jade (Economics) - Direct Service (Military) Corporations - Stellar Trek Enterprises"
  2. 2.0 2.1 First Succession War, p. 125: "Shipbuilding Casualties of the First Succession War"
  3. DropShips and JumpShips: ComStar Intelligence Summary, p. 24
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 Objective Raids, p. 68: "Stellar Trek Profile and Produced Components
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 BattleSpace, pp. 27-28: "Ship Construction - JumpShips and WarShips"
  6. Technical Readout: 3057 Revised, p. 124
  7. Handbook: House Kurita, p. 161: "Pillar of Jade (Economics) - Direct Service (Military) Corporations - Midway Shipyards"
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 Objectives: Draconis Combine, p. 8: "Produced Components on Chatham"
  9. Jihad: Final Reckoning, p. 107, "Draconis Combine"
  10. 10.0 10.1 Objectives: Draconis Combine, p. 30
  11. Objectives: Draconis Combine, p. 4: "State of the Industry Table"
  12. First Succession War, pp. 48–49: "Steiner Strikes Back: Luthien and Dieron"
  13. Technical Readout: 3057 Revised, p. 198
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 Technical Readout: 3057 Revised, p. 126: "Produced Kirishima Components"