|Commander X during the War|
|Branch of Service||Army & Navy|
|Dates of Service||Seasons 80-85|
|Significant Commands||SS South Lakes|
|Battles and Campaigns||Battle of Second Strike|
Battle of the Homeworld
|Significant Awards||Medal of Gallantry (posthumous)|
Medal of Commendation
Medal of Sacrifice
|Status||Killed in Action
- "We've done our bid for King and Country" -Commander X
X, more commonly known as "Commander X", was the Executive Officer of the Strike Force against the Husnock as well as a trusted protegee of General Endicott. Eventually promoted to Captain, X participated in several major engagements during the War.
Commander X was born as "Robert" in Season 74 and was the son of Dalton, a highly influential and powerful politician of the Forum. In Season 80, Commander X briefly served in the Army as an enlisted Private; however, he was dismissed from Army service in Season 85 due to disciplinary infractions. After that time, he changed his name simply to "X".
In Season 91, X was promoted to Commander on orders from General Endicott after the relief of Colonel Joseph. Commander X served as Executive Officer of the [SS Husnock]] and also replaced Joseph as Executive Officer of the Strike Force against the Husnock. Commander X began acting commander of the Strike Force after General Endicott became Supreme Commander of the Army. During the Battle of Second Strike, X distinguished himself in combat against the forces of the Second Husnock.
After suffering heavy damage and having most of his command staff killed, Captain X led a suicide run and collided head-on with a Husnock warship, destroying the ship as well as several other nearby Husnock craft. Captain X's own ship was also instantly destroyed with Captain X killed in the engagement.
Date of Rank
- Recruit: Season 80
- Private: Season 81
Dismissed from the Army: Season 85
Killed in action: Season 92
- SS South Lakes: Season 89
- SS Husnock: Season 91
- ST-920: Season 92
- Medal of Gallantry (Posthumous)
- Medal of Commendation
- Medal of Sacrifice
- Army Expeditionary Medal
- Navy Campaign Medal
- Husnock Service Medal
- Special Operations Service Ribbon