In 2365, Sub-Commander Taris was the commanding officer of this ship. In that year, the Haakona covertly downloaded logs from USS Yamato and then followed the USS Enterprise-D to the planet Iconia. However, the warbird had acquired the same malevolent Iconian software transmission in the download as the Enterprise-D, and was experiencing similar system malfunctions, which Taris blamed on Starfleet sabotage. Nevertheless, on the warnings from the Enterprise-D the Haakona destroyed an Iconian probe before it could make a scan, prolonging its survival.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard escaped from the surface of Iconia onto the Haakona using an Iconian gateway, and was shortly after beamed back to the Enterprise-D. By that time, the program had activated the Haakona's self-destruct sequence. The Enterprise-D transmitted instructions on neutralizing the Iconian program to the Haakona before its departure, saving the Romulan vessel. (TNG: "Contagion")
Background information Edit
The Starships RPG sourcebook gives its registry as I.R.C 1952.
Taris and the Haakona's mission to Iconia play a part of the Federation and Romulan storylines in Star Trek Online.
According to Star Trek: Star Charts (p. 66) and Stellar Cartography: The Starfleet Reference Library ("Federation Historical Highlights, 2161-2385"), there was a binary system named Haakona, which might be the possible origin for the name of this starship, in the Beta Quadrant. This system consisted of a pair of G-class stars.
- See: Haakona personnel
|24th century Romulan warbirds|
|PWB Aj'rmr • Dividices • Genorex • PWB Koderex • PWB Preceptor • Scimitar • PWB Tomal • PWB T'Tpalok • Unnamed|
|D'deridex-class: Belak • Devoras • Haakona • IRW Khazara • Lovok's Warbird • Makar • Sela's Warbird • T'Met • Tebok's Warbird • Terix • Tomalak's Warbird • Unnamed • Decius|
|Valdore-type: Valdore • Unnamed|