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UNSC Paris (FFG-2406)
Production information

Remembrance-class frigate


Chevron Aerospace/Reyes-McLees Shipyards

Technical specifications







Pre-2581 refit: twin linked Mark X FURY deuterium fusion reactors
Post-refit: twin linked Mark XVI TEMPEST advanced fusion reactors

Slipspace Drive

Mark 29 translight engine

Shielding system

Pre-2581 refit: not equipped
Post-refit: six linked Mark XVI AURORA Projected Energy Barrier System


pre-2581 refit:

  • plasma-refractive coating
  • 20cm ceramic armour plating
  • 60cm Titanium armour plating
  • underlying shock-absorbing plates


layered modular/fixed armour (800mm)

  • RADAR absorbant, UV/LADAR distorting coating
  • energy-reactive regenerative nanomaterial
  • alternating ceramic/CVT/Titanium alloy plates, silicon carbide backing
  • ceramic chevron plates/plasma resistant polymer
  • secondary ceramic/CVT/Titanium alloy plate
  • plasma-resistant resin-impregnated carbon nanofibre
  • Boron Carbide/Titanium Carbide/CVT/Titanium ceramic plate

AN/SLE-311 decoy launcher (1)


Navy Embarked Force:

Marine Shipboard Unit (770 men/57 vehicles):

  • Ground Combat Element (450 personnel):
    • 1 Marine rifle company (200 men)
    • 1 tank platoon (4 M6A1 Raiders)
    • 1 mechanised infantry platoon (70 men, 8 M32 Warriors)
    • 1 combat engineer platoon (50 men)
    • 1 light reconnaissance platoon (15 M12 Warthogs)
    • 1 reconnaissance platoon (50 men)
    • 2 ODST platoons (40 men, 48 SOEIVs)
  • Air Combat Element (70 men):
  • Command/Logistics Element (250 men)
  • 652 naval personnel (55 officers, 597 enlisted)
  • 75 naval flight technicians and flight crew

Human-Covenant War
Remnant War

  • escort and protection of larger vessels
  • deployment of ground forces
  • extended patrol and rapid response duties

October 5, 2539


United Nations Space Command


UNSC Paris (FFG-2406) was a Remembrance-class frigate in service with the United Nations Space Command Navy during the Human-Covenant War. Commissioned in 2539, Paris saw service throughout the worst period of the war, and took part in and survived some of its most infamous engagements, including the battles of Psi Serpentis, New Carthage and the Earth. During the latter, Paris, along with UNSC Coral Sea, UNSC Dusk, UNSC In Amber Clad and UNSC Redoubtable, attempted to pursue the Prophet of Regret's assault carrier, Solemn Penance into slipspace. While In Amber Clad and Dusk arrived at Installation 05, the three other vessels moved farther ahead in the slipstream and eventually found themselves stranded in deep space. Paris, along with Redoubtable and Coral Sea, eventually returned to Earth after more than three weeks of near continuous slipspace travel.

New Carthage glassing

Paris observes as New Carthage is glassed in 2549.

After being extensively repaired and serviced, Paris was returned to active service later that year, and later served during the Remnant War. In 2561, Paris underwent a further refit which made use of advanced Human technology.