Independent Fleet Operations

Independent Fleet Operations (IFO) is the home of Obsidian Fleet’s Flagship’s, Command Stations, Colonies and Specialty simms serving as the in-character home for, or run by the members of the Joint Fleet Command past and present.  Whatever you join here, you’ve become part of something truly special.

Based from Obsidian Command in orbit of the world Obsidian, of the Loki system, and the bridge of the USS Alexander, the Joint Fleet Command operates and oversees the functions of Starfleet’s Ninth Fleet comprised of Task Forces 47 and 72. Nestled along the edge of the Romulan Neutral Zone, Ninth Fleet oversees the tenuous balance between peace and war between the Federation and the Romulans only made more complicated after the destruction of the Hobus star. If you’re looking to be a part of the best and brightest Starfleet and Ninth Fleet has to offer, the simm’s of IFO are the place to be. All are run by experienced hands with long years of experience cultivating the best and brightest simming environment. Join today if you think you have what it takes.


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Task Force 47

Rear Admiral Oliver Lancaster, Task Force Commanding Officer

Task Force 47, The Avengers
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Commanded by Rear Admiral Oliver Lancaster, Task Force 47 is one of the premier Task Forces of Obsidian Fleet and Starfleet as a whole.

Starfleet has entered a new golden age. The Federation is at peace with the Klingons and, to an extent, the Romulans. The Dominion War that so ravaged the Federation is a distant memory and finally, the rebuilding has been completed to such an extent that Starfleet can return to it’s primary mandate; exploration. And there is a new tool to aid in this. The Barzan Wormhole has been stabilised, allowing unfettered access to the Delta Quadrant.

Think of it, Starfleet has thousands, nay millions of worlds at our fingertips. And we will explore those strange new worlds. We will seek out new life, and new civilisations. We will go boldly where no man has gone before.

Join us on the adventure, and you could become the next Avenger of Task Force 47.

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Black Sun Raiders Srike Again!

Bolan Colony (FNN) – FNN has just learned of a str Read more…

USS Pioneer Missing in Action

Yesterday the Intrepid Class USS Pioneer NCC-74757 Read more…

Task Force 47 July 2018 Report

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Task Force 72

Cmdre Gregory Farragut, Task Force Commanding Officer

Task Force 72, The Peacekeepers
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Task Force 72 is under the command of Commodore Gregory Farragut of the USS Endeavour.  He is serving as interim commander of the Task Force until Joint Fleet Command appoints a full-time commander.

Starfleet has begun a new age of discovery. After decades of conflict and diplomacy Starfleet has returned to its roots of science and exploration. Ex Astris Scientia: From the Stars, Knowledge. Task Force 72 is at the vanguard of that assault, leading the way boldly in to the great unknown in search of knowledge and of adventure. There are countless worlds and civilizations that have yet to be discovered and much more to be discovered about ourselves that can ever truly be accomplished in a lifetime.

Do you have the courage to lose sight of the shore? To leave the comforts of home behind and go out into the great unknown in search of knowledge, enlightenment, and adventure? New worlds await, old words need to be rediscovered and the great cycle of knowledge continued. Do you have what it takes to join in on that adventure?

Join us on the adventure, and you could become the next Peacekeeper of Task Force 72.

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USS Nogura Rescued

Limping back to Starbase 1, the search for the USS Read more…

Starship Stolen

Starship Stolen! Yes you read that right. The USS Read more…

Task Force 72 – July 2018 Report

Well that was a short lived victory. Once more we Read more…

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