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Please sign your talk page posts by clicking the Signature button, located above the posting area, or alternatively by typing ~~~~ at the end of your post. This helps us to keep track of who wrote what. Thanks 31dot (talk) 23:50, August 24, 2012 (UTC)
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If you can provide citations of where you got the information you added to the Starbase article, it would be appreciated. If you have any questions about doing so, feel free to ask. 31dot (talk) 23:15, November 26, 2012 (UTC)
- 31dot. Specific citations for auxiliary craft was difficult as it is rarely mentioned in dialogue but there are several scenes that can be used to show the assignment of various craft to different starbases. While it may be an assumption, I think with the available information it can be taken on faith that most starbases have at least some form of auxiliary craft.
- As far as other assigned craft, frigates and such, that information comes from a retired US Navy, Master Chief Petty Officer that I work with and whose brain I often pick for information about shipboard and naval operations in general when I am working on a story or script.
- I had to make certain adjustments of course because there is no mention of a 'Coast Guard' equivalent for Starfleet to help track local pirates; perform regular contraband checks on freighters, or perform extensive search and rescue missions while the bigger ships are out exploring and making first contacts.
- Either way, I have re-edited the article until I come across such information and posted photos showing auxiliary craft assigned to various starbases
- Aemiellius @ Wolverine Studios Machinima (talk) 06:38, December 2, 2012 (UTC)
If there are certain scenes which show craft at a starbase, we can't really go as far as to make the broad assumption that all such facilities have them, even if it's likely. We only state what was specifically mentioned in canon. Speculation or original research from others is not permitted as the source of information.