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STARFLEET, The International Star Trek Fan Association, Inc. and Region Seven of STARFLEET are not in any way associated with Paramount Pictures, CBS, Viacom, or whomever owns Star Trek (if not one of the aforementioned entities).  No intent to violate copyright laws is intended with this website.

STARFLEET is the oldest continuously operation Star Trek Fan Organization in the world.
Founded back in 1974, when there were only 79 original live action STAR TREK episodes and NO movies yet, STARFLEET has grown over the years to thousands of members. 
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We are about having fun,

making friends, going to con's

and keeping the ideals

of Star Trek alive and healthy   into the future.  

Our involvement is in community service and the community as a whole.

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Outer Space

Mission Statement
To Participate in social activities and educate the public in the science of Star Trek and Astronomy.

U.S.S. SOLSTICE  is a Star Trek inspired fan club that is part of STARFLEET, The International Association Fan Club, Inc.. 

As a fan club, we hope that our members have fun by encouraging them to dress up and attend conventions, recruit new members, and ask for you to attend STARFLEET Academy, free of charge!  We hope to keep the ideals of Star Trek alive and healthy in to the future.

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STARFLEET Chapters are grouped into Regions, with each Region covering a different geographical area.  These regions will often hold gatherings where crews of many Chapters get together for conferences, parties, charity events, and a wide range of other activities.

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STARFLEET is divided into hundreds of local Chapters, spread out across the United States, and the world. It is in this local chapters that members of STARFLEET get together to make friends, meet and have a fun time. In keeping with the Star Trek theme, our chapters are each named as a ship of the line or space station.

STARFLEET Chapters range in size from 10 members to several dozen.  Some get together and meet in person, while others are correspondence Chapters. In these chapters, members who live far away from each other can still exchange messages via e-mail, telephone, and even good, old-fashioned postal mail.


For over four decades, STARFLEET has provided Star Trek fans a way to make friends, have fun, give back to their communities, and show that the dream of Gene Roddenberry can “live long and prosper”.  On the local level, members can gather with other fans for a variety of enjoyable activities.  On the international level, STARFLEET offers our members a wealth of resources that cannot be found in any other Star Trek fan club.  In addition to a great set of membership materials and our regularly-published newsletter, STARFLEET offers members the chance to get involved with STARFLEET Academy, the STARFLEET Marine Corps, the Department of Technical Services, and much, much more.  We even have a group of academic monetary scholarships that are awarded to deserving STARFLEET members each year.

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  • Each Chapter is led by a Commanding Officer and a First Officer and so forth. 

  • Chapters report to Regional Coordinators, who form the Board of Directors for STARFLEET and work with an elected a 7-member Executive Committee that serves a term of 3 years. 

  • A solid chain of command exists to deal appropriately and fairly with any problem or concern a STARFLEET member might have with or at any level of the organization.

  • One of the most fun aspects of being in STARFLEET is that every member can be assigned a rank–if the member chooses–and get promoted for participation in their local Chapter, or at the Regional or Fleet level, as well. 

  • New members in Chapters can start with introductory ranks, such as Cadet and Ensign, and get promoted up through higher ranks like Lieutenant and Commander.  The more actively a member participates in any level of the STARFLEET organization, the higher the rank that member is likely to earn, even to Captain, Commodore or Admiral.

  • We encourage costuming in STARFLEET, for special occasions, such as conventions (comic cons), functions in which we signed up for or have been invited to, as well as local chapter events, and meetings.

  • However, costuming is NOT mandatory for some ship functions, such as Official Meetings or Holodeck time with the crew.

  • Functions that do require costume (uniform) are Official events.  This may include but not limited to Comic Cons, Libraries, or events in which there is a host who invited (or we signed up for such as SteelCityCon) our crew to participate in a function.

  • It can be a lot of fun to dress up with fellow STARFLEET friends & members. Feel free to wear the costume of any Star Trek race, or just a great Star Trek T-Shirt, to the meeting or a crew activity (holodeck time) so that you can have a great time and be comfortable.

  • Of course, you can be a member of STARFLEET without joining a Chapter

  • While some Chapters have membership dues separate to those of STARFLEET, The International Star Trek Fan Association, Inc., so far this chapter does not (note: according to our bylaws, the maximum dues can be $20/person/year)

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