|Affiliation:||Military Assault Command Operations|
|Played by:||Sean McGowan|
|Corporal Hawkins is vaporized by an automated security system|
F. Hawkins was a Human male who served as a Military Assault Command Operations soldier during the mid-22nd century. In the year 2153, Hawkins was one of the MACOs assigned to the NX-class starship, Enterprise for it's Delphic Expanse mission. Hawkins was killed in action in February of 2154 while protecting Lieutenant Malcolm Reed and T'Pol inside a Delphic Expanse sphere. Upon his death, Hawkins became the 23rd Enterprise crewmember to die inside the Delphic Expanse, which angered Malcolm Reed.
In 2153, Hawkins accompanied Captain Archer, Lieutenant Malcolm Reed, and science officer T'Pol on a mission to board the Vulcan starship Seleya, which the Enterprise crew had discovered derelict in the Expanse. While on board, they encountered the crew, who had become dangerously violent due to their exposure to trellium, a substance which had a toxic effect on the Vulcan nervous system. Hawkins was initially at odds with T'Pol, who reprimanded him for attempting to use the "kill" setting on his particle rifle to combat the Vulcan crew. Hawkins would later concede, however, that T'Pol was correct, and that lethal force was inappropriate for what was intended to be a rescue mission. (ENT: "Impulse")
Later that year, T'Pol ordered Hawkins to stand by with an assault team in anticipation of Captain Archer's request for support in destroying a Xindi kemocite facility. Archer decided to abort the attack, however, when he realized that the Xindi working at the facility were simply laborers, and were not involved with the Xindi who had launched an attack on Earth previously in the year. (ENT: "The Shipment")
The next year, Hawkins was selected by Lieutenant Reed to accompany him and T'Pol on a mission to enter one of the Delphic Expanse spheres to retrieve a redundant memory core. As T'Pol attempted to retrieve the core, Hawkins and Reed stood guard, eventually coming under attack by an automated defense mechanism. As Hawkins attempted to destroy a robotic arm which was approaching their position, the arm latched onto him, vaporizing him instantly. (ENT: "The Council")
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Sean Hawkins, using the actor's own first name.