|STAR TREK FAN FILM|
|The Lexington Adventures|
|Series:||USS Lexington (NCC-1709-A)|
The Lexington Adventures was an up and coming fan film series taking place in the Star Trek: The Motion Picture era; more specifically, after the events seen in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (2286-2287), following the crew of the USS Lexington (NCC-1709-A).
The series was co-produced with Blue Ghost Production, Starbase Studios, and Vance Owen Productions. Filming is to take place on location and at Starbase Studios.
Starship Lexington Edit
- Commander Brieanna Smith, executive officer
- Commander Angelica McKnight, communications officer
- Lieutenant Commander Jason Tovey-Whitfield, helmsman
- Lieutenant Commander Dawn Mathias, chief medical officer
- Lieutenant Commander Saavik, chief science officer
- Lieutenant Commander Sophea Bennington-Fox, chief engineer
- Lieutenant Valentina Tereshkova, navigator
- Lieutentant (j.g.) Kimberly Bautista, tactical officer
Federation Marine Corps Edit
- Major Cullen Areniego, Commanding Officer, Hotel Company (SOC), Second Marine Battalion (SOC), Fifth Marine Division, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit
- Admiral Harry Morrow, Starfleet Commander
- Vice Admiral Peter Boyington, Commanding Officer, Third Fleet
- Captain Jason McKnight, Commanding Officer, USS Kearsarge
- Commander James Gutterman, Chief Engineer
- Lexington actually began as a series of short stories. The first short story, entitled "A trip to the past", was written on 15 August 1986, a few months before Star Trek: The Next Generation aired.
- The decision to make Lexington a live-action series was made in August 2004 when Star Trek: New Voyages premiered with their episode "Come What May". Lexington Adventures was originally conceived as Star Trek: Lexington, then to Star Trek Lexington (New Beginnings).
- The original Lexington episode All in the Appearances, was filmed in 2007-2008 in Birmingham, Alabama. Due to an external hard drive crash, a majority of the footage was lost. While there is still an attempt to piece together this episode, it was decided in 2012 to reboot the series, maintaining the "Star Trek: Lexington" moniker, with the additive (New Beginnings) to encompass the new series.