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26th May '18 3:31:42 AM StarTropes
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** In ''Film/TheLastJedi'', what's left of LaResistance is aboard the Mon Cal cruiser ''Raddus''. Vice Admiral Holdo has everyone evacuate in transports right before [[spoiler:she jumps to hyperspace ''[[RammingAlwaysWorks right through Snoke's flagship]]''; the collision destroys the ''Raddus'', slices the flagship in half, and shreds the rest of the First Order armada with lightspeed shrapnel]].
27th Apr '18 6:32:44 PM JackG
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->'''Space Girl:''' Computer, eject! Eject! ''(nothing happens)'' Eject!

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->'''Space Girl:''' Computer, eject! Eject! ''(nothing happens)'' Eject![[EjectEjectEject Eject!]]
27th Apr '18 6:30:44 PM JackG
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** Our heroes get hold of the Liberator in the first place because it's been abandoned during a space battle.
7th Apr '18 12:57:19 AM JackG
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** In the episode ''A Voice In The Wilderness'', the station is at risk of being destroyed by the planet below [[EarthShatteringKaboom blowing itself to pieces.]] Sinclair asks Garibaldi to make sure that [[TheLancer Ivanova]] makes it onto an escape ship, even if Garibaldi has to [[TapOnTheHead knock her out and bodily toss her in]].

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** In the episode ''A Voice In The Wilderness'', the station is at risk of being destroyed by the planet below [[EarthShatteringKaboom blowing itself to pieces.]] Sinclair asks Garibaldi to make sure that [[TheLancer Ivanova]] makes it onto an escape ship, even if Garibaldi has to [[TapOnTheHead [[PercussivePrevention knock her out and bodily toss her in]].



*** "Dreadnought": Janeway orders the crew to abandon ''Voyager'' just before trying to use the ship in a HeroicSacrifice to stop a superweapon from destroying an innocent planet. Fortunately, it ends up not being necessary.
*** "Year of Hell": Everyone minus Janeway and her senior staff is ordered to abandon the severely damaged ''Voyager''.

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*** "Dreadnought": Janeway orders the crew to abandon ''Voyager'' just before trying to use the ship in a HeroicSacrifice to stop a superweapon (by ramming) from destroying an innocent planet. Fortunately, it ends up not being necessary.
*** "Year of Hell": Everyone In the {{cliffhanger}} ending of Part One, everyone minus Janeway and her senior staff is ordered to abandon the severely damaged ''Voyager''.



*** "Workforce": ''Voyager'' hits a radiation mine, forcing everyone to leave--except for The Doctor (no, not [[Series/DoctorWho that one]]), who is immune to radiation. Turns out the mine was laid by SalvagePirates whom are eager to get their hands on the ship.
** The ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' episode "In a Mirror, Darkly" has the MirrorUniverse crew abandon ''Enterprise'' during a battle, [[GoingDownWithTheShip except for Captain Forrest]].

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*** "Workforce": ''Voyager'' hits a radiation mine, forcing everyone to leave--except for The Doctor (no, not [[Series/DoctorWho that one]]), the Emergency Medical Hologram who is immune to radiation. Turns out the mine was laid by SalvagePirates whom are eager to get their hands on the ship.
ship. Fortunately the CrewOfOne can serve as an Emergency Command Hologram when required.
** The ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' episode TwoPartEpisode "In a Mirror, Darkly" has the MirrorUniverse crew abandon ''Enterprise'' during a battle, [[GoingDownWithTheShip except for Captain Forrest]].Forrest]]. They continue Part Two in the spacecraft they'd been sent to capture.
16th Feb '18 11:38:04 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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->'''Space Girl:''' Computer, eject! Eject! ''(nothing happens)'' [[EjectEjectEject Eject!]]
->'''Ship's Computer:''' So that's it? You've only [[LesYay just started going down]] and you ''already'' want to bail?

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->'''Space Girl:''' Computer, eject! Eject! ''(nothing happens)'' [[EjectEjectEject Eject!]]
Eject!
->'''Ship's Computer:''' So that's it? You've only [[LesYay just started going down]] down and you ''already'' want to bail?
5th Feb '18 6:22:45 PM nombretomado
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NotToBeConfusedWith AbandonShipping, which occurs when a {{Shipping}} community suddenly abandons a given pairing (and was [[Administrivia/TropeTransplant formerly known as]] Abandon Ship).

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NotToBeConfusedWith JustForFun/NotToBeConfusedWith AbandonShipping, which occurs when a {{Shipping}} community suddenly abandons a given pairing (and was [[Administrivia/TropeTransplant formerly known as]] Abandon Ship).
20th Jan '18 5:45:03 PM Geoduck
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* The movie ''Film/AbandonShip'' (1957 starring Tyrone Power) has the survivors from a torpedoed ship in an overloaded lifeboat. The captain tries to keep it afloat by [[ColdEquation ruthlessly throwing out those who can't survive]] and keeping those he feels can, making no moral judgements on who is worth saving. Supposedly based on a true story.

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* The movie ''Film/AbandonShip'' (1957 starring 1957 Tyrone Power) Power movie ''Film/SevenWavesAway'' (AKA ''Abandon Ship'') has the ship in question hitting a mine, forcing the survivors from a torpedoed ship in an overloaded lifeboat. The captain surviving ranking officer tries to keep it afloat by [[ColdEquation ruthlessly throwing out those who can't survive]] and keeping those he feels can, making no moral judgements on who is worth saving. Supposedly based on a true story.Loosely inspired by the real-life 1841 sinking of the ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Brown_(ship) William Brown]]''.
18th Jan '18 10:23:16 PM JackG
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*** "Workforce": ''Voyager'' hits a radiation mine, forcing everyone to leave--except for The Doctor (no, not [[Series/DoctorWho that one]]), who is immune to radiation.

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*** "Workforce": ''Voyager'' hits a radiation mine, forcing everyone to leave--except for The Doctor (no, not [[Series/DoctorWho that one]]), who is immune to radiation. Turns out the mine was laid by SalvagePirates whom are eager to get their hands on the ship.
13th Jan '18 1:43:31 AM JackG
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* ''Film/{{Dunkirk}}''. Not only does it happen more than once, it happens more than once to the same characters. Those who have survived the trauma of one sinking are not eager to go below decks on the next craft.
29th Dec '17 5:04:47 AM outlander2012
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* ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'': With the ''Endeavour'' coming under heavy fire from both the ''Black Pearl'' and the ''Flying Dutchman'', Lieutenant Groves gives this order to the East India Company crew when Lord Beckett is [[VillainousBSOD too consumed by his unexpected defeat]] to co-ordinate a counterattack.
-->'''E.I. Company Lieutenant''': Sir, what do you command?!
-->'''Lord Cutler Beckett''': ''[staring into the distance]'' [[VillainousBreakdown It's just...good business]].
-->'''Lieutenant Groves''': ABANDON SHIP! ABANDON SHIP! ALL HANDS ABANDON SHIP!
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