A is for the Altair system, which was recovering from the effects of a recent interstellar war at the time of Spock's pon farr incident in 2267.
B is for Beta Stromgren system. Where sentient space ships go to die.
C is for the Camus system. Where ancient life-energy transference technology was uncovered during an archaeological dig.
D is for Devidia system, wherein strange aliens with orifices where their foreheads should be can transport across time and space with help from an ophidian
E is for Epsilon Indi system. Where the children shall lead.
F is for Farius Prime, where you can get some extra villum sauce...
G is for Green, Colonel Green. A genocidal dictator during Earth's Third World War.
H is for Harry Kim's rank during Voyager's seven years in the Delta Quadrant. It never changed.
I is for Iconia, a lost civilization, home to Demons of Air and Darkness.
J is for Joseph Sisko. Father of Benjamin, grandfather of Jake and one of the best Cajun chefs in all of New Orleans.
K is for Kor, Kang, and Koloth..no, they are not members of the KKK.. rather, they are D'Har Masters!
L is for Lincoln. President Abraham or Roberta, take your pick!
M is for the Martian Colonies, the earliest of which (Utopia Planitia) was already established by the year 2067.
N is for Nyota Uhura's tremendous thighs.
O is for Onaya, a centuries-old noncorporeal entity that thrived off the neural energy of artistically creative beings that "she" encountered during "her" interstellar travels.
P is for Positronic brains.
Q is for questions, at a time when the captain is "just a man looking for answers, number one"
R is for the Romulan Tal Shiar, one of the most ruthlessly efficient and brutal secret police agencies in this part of the galaxy.
S is for astronauts that are on some kind of Star Trek, without which none of this would be possible. Hot damn, how heroic!
T is for the Tamarian language, which Federation science couldn't begin to understand until 2368.
U is for United Federation of Planets, the lynchpin of this whole thing; still, to call it "armada" makes no sense, especially if its main goal is peacekeeping and humanitarian efforts.