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''Apollo'' was the flagship of a fleet of 35 destroyers assigned to stop [[John Sheridan]]'s forces at [[Mars]]. She was disabled, along with 24 other destroyers, by [[Shadow]]-altered [[Telepath|telepaths]] planted aboard by the [[Martian resistance]].
 
''Apollo'' was the flagship of a fleet of 35 destroyers assigned to stop [[John Sheridan]]'s forces at [[Mars]]. She was disabled, along with 24 other destroyers, by [[Shadow]]-altered [[Telepath|telepaths]] planted aboard by the [[Martian resistance]].
   
''Apollo'''s crew was able to regain control and arrive at [[Earth]] after President [[Morgan Clark]] had turned the [[planetary defense platform]]s toward the planet. Captain Sheridan was preparing to sacrifice his life and [[EAS Agamemnon]] to destroy the last platform before it could open fire on the eastern seaboard of North America. General Lefcourt, having been monitoring the battle while en route from Mars, exited the jump point firing, destroying the platform and saving the crew of the ''Agamemnon''. <ref>[[Endgame]]</ref>
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''Apollo'''s crew was able to regain control and arrive at [[Earth]] after President [[Morgan Clark]] had turned the [[planetary defense platform]]s toward the planet. Captain Sheridan was preparing to sacrifice his life and [[EAS Agamemnon]] to destroy the last platform before it could open fire on the eastern seaboard of North America. General Lefcourt, having monitored the battle while en route from Mars, exited the jump point firing, destroying the platform and saving the crew of the ''Agamemnon''. <ref>[[Endgame]]</ref>
   
 
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Revision as of 03:56, March 11, 2009

The EAS Apollo was an Earthforce Omega class destroyer, commanded by Captain Charles Mitchell. Under the command of General Robert Lefcourt, it functioned as the Earthforce flagship against John Sheridan's fleet during the final battle of the Earth Alliance Civil War

Earth Alliance Civil War

Apollo was the flagship of a fleet of 35 destroyers assigned to stop John Sheridan's forces at Mars. She was disabled, along with 24 other destroyers, by Shadow-altered telepaths planted aboard by the Martian resistance.

Apollo's crew was able to regain control and arrive at Earth after President Morgan Clark had turned the planetary defense platforms toward the planet. Captain Sheridan was preparing to sacrifice his life and EAS Agamemnon to destroy the last platform before it could open fire on the eastern seaboard of North America. General Lefcourt, having monitored the battle while en route from Mars, exited the jump point firing, destroying the platform and saving the crew of the Agamemnon. [1]

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