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Hoskins was a 23rd century Human man. He served in Starfleet aboard the Federation starship USS Enterprise in the 2260s under the command of Captain James T. Kirk.

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In 2266, Hoskins joined Kirk and Hikaru Sulu aboard a class F shuttlecraft to locate a Klingon strike raider on the planet Seggor, which seemed to have disappeared on the surface. As they searched, Hoskins was kidnapped by Klingon soldiers who subjected him to the granulator in an underground laboratory, then strapped him upright and returned him to the surface. When Kirk touched him, Hoskins disintegrated into powder.

Klingons then captured the landing party. Sandor collected the powdered remains of Hoskins and deposited them on a table in the lab. Kirk and Sulu witnessed the granulator restore Hoskins to life. Weakly, he was helped off the table by Kirk and brought back to the Enterprise. (TOS comic: "The Klingon Ultimatum")

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USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) miscellaneous personnel
original configuration crew (2240s-2260s) AdamsAdamskiAgbaduduM. AlexanderAlfordAlnasAndersonArbeeBartholomewBatesBeaumontBellBrennerBrettonBriggsCalderCarterCastanuelaChangChaseChenChestertonClaireCordellCrandallDeanDemickDentonDickEckertEllisFerriterForbesFosterFritzFroodGabrielGarveyGroganHornickHorstHoskinsHuntHurchallaIxJacksonU. JacksonJakorskiJeffreysJinzJohnsonJonesJordanKarrasKentT. KimKingcomeKlecknerKukarKulessaLangelyLarayaLancerLaneLivingerLoiLongstreetMakowskiMancusoMargolisMartinMatsonMaudieMcNairMedinaM'GuraMichalukMichelliM'turrMoodyPadmaPaynePiperPoolRaegerReismanReyesRosenSardaSawchukSellersShawShumSikhB. SmithH. SmithSmithySneadSolinskiEric StaaltenburgSteinTanakaTaylorJ. TaylorThomkinsTi-ChenT'KhulnTomlinsonTrawleyUyloanVuongWagnerWardoffWashingtonWebbWilliamsYangYork Starfleet emblem. USS Enterprise assignment insignia.
refit configuration crew (2270s-2280s) AbernathyAhrensAledortAustinBearclawBischoffBrandBrassardCanfieldClaremontCoffeyConroyCroyDeckertDennehyEisenbergFederFosterIbsenJacobsKellyKhalifaKonomKorrenTran Van KyLangsamLihwaLittLondonLucyDiane MaassDonald MaassMalksonMatheeMeierMiñambrésMorrisMullerOranjeboomRemnerRogersRotslerSaavikTrenjanWelkinZaandZh'Ral UFP emblem. USS Enterprise assignment insignia.
see also: administrative personnelcommunications personnelengineering personnelmedical personnelpilots & flight control personnelsecurity & tactical personnelsciences personnelsenior staff • unnamed (2240s and 2250s2260s2270s and 2280s)

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