• The Hunt Begins

    Advanced tactical simulations are now ready to join.

    Fly the ship, hunt down your opponents and secure a place on Endeavour's crew.

    Training intake for navigation and tactical specialists is now open.


Welcome to the team! Your contribution will make the dream of deep space exploration a reality. We've provided online tools to help you, which are explained in the Crew Website Guide.

Latest Updates

1 month 3 weeks ago
Remote simulators are now available, allowing crew to get valuable hands-on time with vessel systems without leaving home.
2 months 23 hours ago
Crew training will be critical to mission success, but technical manuals and operating procedures aren’t enough. Simulating deep space operating conditions as closely as possible will allow the crew...
3 months 1 week ago
Even more important than the technology and resources behind Endeavour’s construction is the preparation of the crew who will carry out the ISDC's deep space mission.
8 months 3 weeks ago
Meet the flight operations console - more commonly referred to as “the helm”. It’s a multipurpose workstation that will allow a Quartermaster to fly the ship across three navigation modes. The...
1 year 8 months ago
Maintaining awareness of what’s happening in space around the ship is one of the most critical functions performed by the tactical team. Unlike in science fiction other vessels don’t just...
1 year 10 months ago
Trainee quartermasters (helm operators) are now able to experience what it will be like to have a starship under their control.

Latest Media

Simulation facility (sim room) facing forward

Helm console looking to port, with Impulse Navigation panel in foreground.

Helm console (Impulse mode) in the sim room.

Impulse Maneuvering console panel configured for hunt/kill simulations
(see here for panel details)

An early example of a Tactical Operating Environment (TOE) grid view, showing Endeavour positioned on the grid with a planet and a TSMO (green diamond) ahead.

Touchscreen console prototypes undergoing evaluation at the VC2MS development office. Those pictured are for reactor management.