S.S. FREEDOM'S SPIRIT
Modified Risian Corvette
289,000 metric tons
104,770 metric tons
Unidentified self-refrequencing harmonic shields with energy signature masking capability
Four pulse phaser arrays on forward arc, two on rear
Two forward pulse phaser heavy cannons
Single ventral mounted pulse phaser turret
Forward launch bay, currently decommissioned
Unidentified warp core
Warp 9.98 sustained for ~8 hours
Unknown type; configured into 16 bilateral arrays mounted on the ventral sponsons. Theorized high capacity and range.
The Freedom's Spirit possesses a command interface like no other on record. Almost nothing of the original vessel remains internally; and whilst the general condition is on par with the degree of wear and tear on the exterior, the control systems are far more refined than a standard Starfleet vessel. At the time of inspection it is impossible to determine if systems are presently configured as intended or not given the general state of disarray. The best Starfleet engineers can figure however; is that each station within the command centre has been retrofitted with an unknown alien technology. This technology appears to perform a form of hive link between all the system controls and it is speculated that this is directly associated with the suspected neural interface of the command seat.
Also found during inspection were a number of very simple artificial constructs - all of whom were damaged in some manner. This is again unclear as to what purpose they are intended to serve but it is possible they perform secondary maintenance duties. Investigators did later note that each of these constructs was based physically on the appearance of the Freedom Spirit's owner - Ms. Kate 'Seelix' McDonaghue.
Beyond the command centre alterations; it is also noted during inspection that almost the entirety of vessel's interior has been gutted and replaced. The port and starboard sponsons now house slimline nacelles connected through a compact warp core housed in the central arm between the sponsons, while the bulk of each sponson has been converted [adaptable split decking and bulkhead segregation which appears to greatly improve over the original design structural integrity] to segregated cargo storage and ventral loading bays installed to each. The entire crew/living section of the ship is contained within the central spine to the rear of the vessel to further accommodate this expansion of the sponson usage.
[Left to right] Central control station with some form of neural interface built into headrest | Secondary stations modified with unknown technology | Unknown technology also linked to rear of central command station
Stardate 94251.9 | Vessel is recovered from //redacted// by Starfleet Intelligence and - under operative agreement - returned to Ms. K. McDonaghue.