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This organization was established in [[1126]] in response to the need for unified authority in the lawless [[Promise Subsector/Rebellion|Promise]] subsector of [[Diaspora Sector|Diaspora]]. The six member worlds hope to push back the surrounding tides of anarchy, and to this end they maintain a credible fleet and retain a large number of [[starmerc]] units for eventualities. As an island of [[Outlands|Outland]] surrounded by [[Wilds]] areas, the UP is quite a powerhouse by subsector standards; in fact, it is one of the more powerful of Diaspora's independent polities. However, being the closest of these to the [[Solomani Confederation|Solomani Frontier]] is quite a handicap. Given its cash-poor circumstances, the UP government pays its [[starmerc]] contractors in trade when possible, in the form of starship maintenance and repair at Promise's TL13 yards. Since there are no class-A starports among the UP worlds, new starships in Promise Subsector come mostly from [[Remington (world)|Remington]].
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This organization was established in [[1126]] in response to the need for unified authority in the lawless [[Promise Subsector/Rebellion|Promise]] subsector of [[Diaspora Sector|Diaspora]]. The six member worlds hope to push back the surrounding tides of anarchy, and to this end they maintain a credible fleet and retain a large number of [[starmerc]] units for eventualities. As an island of [[Outlands|Outland]] surrounded by [[Wilds]] areas, the UP is quite a powerhouse by subsector standards; in fact, it is one of the more powerful of Diaspora's independent polities. However, being the closest of these to the [[Solomani Confederation|Solomani Frontier]] is quite a handicap. Given its cash-poor circumstances, the UP government pays its [[starmerc]] contractors in trade when possible, in the form of starship maintenance and repair at Promise's TL13 yards. Since there are no class-A starports among the UP worlds, new starships in Promise Subsector come mostly from [[Remington (Di 1820) (world)|Remington]].
  
The UP fleet consists of six [[Gazelle class]] close escorts, ''Assurance'' (F-11). ''Covenant'' (F-l2), ''Oath'' (F-l3), ''Pledge'' (F-l4), ''Warrant'' (F-15) and ''Bond'' (F-16); six Sentry-class SDBs (one at each UP member world); four armed [[Type A2]] far traders; three [[Type T]] patrol cruisers; one armed [[Type Y]] yacht; one [[Type C]] mercenary cruiser; and a captured [[Type P]] corsair. Small craft include a dozen each of [[Termagant class|''Termagant'']] and [[Kestrel class|''Kestrel'']] class fighters, and 30-some pinnaces, ship's boats and cutters used for customs and inspection duties. An additional force of seven starmerc vessels, including [[Vigilante|''Vigilante'']], are kept on reserve status and are frequently hired for missions outside UP territory.
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The UP fleet consists of:
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* Six [[Gazelle class Close Escort|Gazelle class]] close escorts, ''Assurance'' (F-11). ''Covenant'' (F-l2), ''Oath'' (F-l3), ''Pledge'' (F-l4), ''Warrant'' (F-15) and ''Bond'' (F-16)
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* Six [[Sentry class System Defense Boat|Sentry-class SDB]]s (one at each UP member world)
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* Four armed [[Type A2 Far Trader]]s
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* Three [[Type T Patrol Cruiser]]s
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* One armed [[Type Y Yacht]]
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* One [[Type C Mercenary Cruiser]]  
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* And a captured [[Type P Corsair]].  
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[[Small craft]] include a dozen each of [[Termagant class Fighter|''Termagant'']] and [[Kestrel class Fighter|''Kestrel'']] class [[fighter]]s, and 30-some [[pinnace]]s, [[ship's boat]]s, and [[cutter]]s used for customs and inspection duties.  
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An additional force of seven starmerc vessels, including ''Vigilante'', are kept on reserve status and are frequently hired for missions outside UP territory.
  
 
While small, this is a considerable force by post-Rebellion standards.
 
While small, this is a considerable force by post-Rebellion standards.
  
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== References & Contributors (Sources) ==
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{{Basic}}
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{{Detail}}
 
{{Sources
 
{{Sources
 
|S1= [[Assignment: Vigilante]]
 
|S1= [[Assignment: Vigilante]]
 
|S2= [[Astrogators' Guide to the Diaspora Sector]]
 
|S2= [[Astrogators' Guide to the Diaspora Sector]]
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|S3= [[Traveller Wiki Editorial Team]]
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|S4= Author & Contributor: Lord (Marquis) and Master of Sophontology [[User:Maksim-Smelchak|Maksim-Smelchak]] of the [[Ministry of Science]]
 
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[[Category:Rebellion]]
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{{LE|Governments}}
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[[Category: Rebellion]]
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Latest revision as of 11:46, 14 January 2019

This organization was established in 1126 in response to the need for unified authority in the lawless Promise subsector of Diaspora. The six member worlds hope to push back the surrounding tides of anarchy, and to this end they maintain a credible fleet and retain a large number of starmerc units for eventualities. As an island of Outland surrounded by Wilds areas, the UP is quite a powerhouse by subsector standards; in fact, it is one of the more powerful of Diaspora's independent polities. However, being the closest of these to the Solomani Frontier is quite a handicap. Given its cash-poor circumstances, the UP government pays its starmerc contractors in trade when possible, in the form of starship maintenance and repair at Promise's TL13 yards. Since there are no class-A starports among the UP worlds, new starships in Promise Subsector come mostly from Remington.

The UP fleet consists of:

Small craft include a dozen each of Termagant and Kestrel class fighters, and 30-some pinnaces, ship's boats, and cutters used for customs and inspection duties.

An additional force of seven starmerc vessels, including Vigilante, are kept on reserve status and are frequently hired for missions outside UP territory.

While small, this is a considerable force by post-Rebellion standards.

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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