On stardate 20843, in the 2340s, the Berlin completed a long range cometary survey of the Minos Korva system. The survey revealed an anomalous population of rocky methane ice bodies. It was nearly 12% greater than results predicted by the Tezber Planetary Evolution Models. (TNG-R: "Chain of Command, Part II")
In 2364, the Berlin answered a distress call from a border outpost along the Romulan Neutral Zone. The outpost had reported a contingent of seven Romulan battle cruisers within sensor range. (TNG: "Angel One")
In early 2367, the Berlin was patrolling the Romulan Neutral Zone. The ship was named on the chart "Starfleet Operations-Sectors 21166-23079" on the USS Enterprise-D bridge. (TNG: "Brothers" okudagram)
In 2369, the Berlin was patrolling the Romulan Neutral Zone. The ship was named on the chart "Starfleet Operations-Sectors 21538-23079" in the Enterprise-D observation lounge. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part I", okudagram)
|USS Berlin • USS Cairo • USS Charleston • USS Crazy Horse • USS Enterprise-B • USS Excelsior • USS Farragut • USS Fearless • USS Fredrickson • USS Gorkon • USS Hood • USS Lakota • USS Malinche • USS Melbourne • USS Potemkin • USS Repulse • USS Valley Forge • Unnamed|
In a scene cut from "Chain of Command, Part II", in which the Cardassians threatened to invade Minos Korva, the USS Aries, USS Sutherland, and Berlin were all dispatched to the sector to assist the Enterprise-D. However, because the ships were three days away, the Enterprise was forced to find an alternative means of preventing the invasion.