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Federation -  Jonathan Archer played an integral part in the formation of the United Federation of Planets
    in 2161.  He was present when the Vulcans, Andorians, and Tellarites signed the charter.  The
    membership grew to dozens, eventually hundreds of planets.
                                                                "Zero Hour" [ENT]

Feedback pulse - One way to create a subspace implosion, T'Pol says, is to overload three plasma injectors,
    thereby triggering a feedback pulse through the reactor.
                                                                "Twilight" [ENT]

Fellebia - part of a saying by Dr. Phlox: “When in Fellebia, do as the Fellebians do”
                                                               "Unexpected" [ENT]

Ferengi - SEE:  Ferengi

Fisher - Male crewman which got Rigellian fever on Tessik prime a month before their stopover at an
    alien repair station.                             "Dead Stop" [ENT]

Flamegems - The Yridian that was captured claimed that he was a dealer of Rigellian flamegems, which are
    illegal in that region.  He claimed to have dumped them to explain why they couldn't find any.
                                                                "Twilight" [ENT]

Fletcher, Crewman (Jason Grant Smith) - Crew member aboard Enterprise.  He invited Tucker to eat
    with them at their table, but Tucker already had an invitation to have dinner in the Captain's mess.
                                                                "Broken Bow" [ENT]

Flight School - To convince Archer he's not being deceived, T'Pol tells him of Margaret Mullin, whom
    he'd met at age 24 while in "flight school."
                                                                "Twilight" [ENT]

Florida Keys - Stretch of curved islands around the tip of Florida where Tucker mentioned there were
    hefty wind storms.                            "Strange New World" [ENT]

Food - "Chef" can prepare anything from peanut butter and jelly to turkey.  The ship has a "hydroponic
    greenhouse" and can "replicate" food with a "protein re-sequencer".
                                                                "Breaking the Ice" [ENT]
    The following foods have been seen or mentioned on Enterprise.  It is unknown if they are resequenced,
    stored on board, or have been grown in their hydroponics area -  See Also:  Beverages
    Angel hair Pasta                                   "Regeneration" [ENT]
    Blueberry Pancakes                             "Unexpected" [ENT]
    Bread Sticks                                        "Broken Bow" [ENT]
    Chicken Tetrazinni                                "Unexpected" [ENT]
    Eggplant                                               "Dear Doctor" [ENT]
    Eggs, Benedict                                     "Minefield" [ENT]
    Eggs, scrambled                                   "Unexpected" [ENT]
    Peanut butter and jelly sandwich          "Breaking the Ice" [ENT]
    Pecan Pie                                             "Breaking the Ice" [ENT]; "Acquisition" [ENT]
    Plomeek broth  (Vulcan)                       "Unexpected" [ENT]
    Pok Tar (Vulcan)                                  "Breaking the Ice" [ENT]
    Popcorn                                               "Dear Doctor" [ENT]
    Potatoes (resequenced)                        "Fight or Flight" [ENT]
    Pretzels                                                 "Vox Sola" [ENT]
    Prime Rib with real Horseradish, soft roll, brocolli
                                                                "Vox Sola" [ENT]; "Desert Crossing" [ENT]
    Steak                                                    "Broken Bow" [ENT]

Food rations - Emergency food kept in packages aboard starships and shuttles.
    Some selections include: Veal marsala, Chilean sea bass, Moo goo gai pan, and Meatloaf with gravy and
    mashed potatoes.                               "Shuttlepod One" [ENT]

Football - A Terran sport, also known as American football.  A Vulcan anthropologist once
    misunderstood the game, believing that the players were trying to kill the quarterback instead of
    just tackling him.                                 "Fusion" [ENT]

Forbes (Michael T. O'Laskey) - One of the volunteers that Reed chose to go on the mission to destroy
Forbes    the Xindi weapon.
                               "Countdown" [ENT]
    He was killed in action during an attack.  He was stabbed by a Xindi-Insectoid
    during hand to hand combat.
                               "Zero Hour" [ENT]

Force Field - Another name for a stable EM barrier.
                                                                "Vox Sola" [ENT]

Forrest, Admiral Maxwell  (Vaughn Armstrong) - A career military man who is the highest-ranking
Admiral Forrest    Starfleet officer.  Appears to be in his 50's or 60's.  He personally selected Captain
    Archer to command the Enterprise.  In 2151, Admiral Forrest chose to allow
    Enterprise to return Klaang to Qo'noS alive, rather than taking the advice of
    the Vulcans and letting him die.  He spoke at a ceremony before Enterprise
    launched, three weeks early.   Admiral Forrest was named for the late
    DeForrest Kelly, who played Doctor McCoy on the original Star Trek series.
    Vaughn Armstrong is a veteran Star Trek actor, having played a total of eight characters in other
    series.  Amazingly, Admiral Forrest is Armstrong's first human character.
                                                                "Broken Bow" [ENT]
    Before Enterprise left Adm. Forrest said they'd "be making history with every light year."
                                                                "Fight or Flight" [ENT]
    Forrest ordered the Enterprise to give aid to the E.C.S. Fortunate when they sent a distress call to
    Starfleet.                                              "Fortunate Son" [ENT]
    He delivered the orders of the Vulcan High Command to Captain Archer to recall T'Pol.
                                                                "Shadows of P'Jem" [ENT]
    He was killed in the bombing of the Vulcan embassy while saving the life of ambassador Soval.
                                                                "The Forge" [ENT]

Fortunate, ECS - A Y-class freighter, max warp 1.8, crew of 23 (Plus any newborn kids, Travis adds -
ECS Fortunate    we actually see some during the episode).  Its commanded by Captain
    Keene.  The Fortunate often had to deal with attacks by
    Nausicaan pirates.  One attack injured Keene, putting
    Matthew Ryan in command.  Ryan then sought out for
    revenge on the Nausicaans, but was stopped by the Enterprise.
    Ryan has been demoted and is no longer second in command.  Fortunate has a machine shop.
                                                                     "Fortunate Son" [ENT]
    SEE:  Freighter, Y-class

Forward plating - A section of hull plating protecting the forward regions of Enterprise.
                                                                 "Broken Bow" [ENT]

Foster (Paul Scott) - male.  Security.                    "Regeneration" [ENT]

Fraddock (Michael O'Hagan) - Alien, with green reptilian skin, Captain of a Transport Vessel.
    He's transporting pilgrims ("spiritually minded men" as he calls them) (probably 17 of them, we
    later learn) to see the  Great Plume of Agosoria .
                                                             "Cold Front" [ENT]

Freighter -
    The convoy led by Enterprise in the alternate future contained 14 ships, some of which were freighters.
                                                             "Twilight" [ENT]
    J-class - Travis explains that he grew up on a J-class freighter, a little smaller than the Y-class
    but otherwise similar.  Such freighters are usually armed only with low-yield plasma cannons (for
    meteor defense), but most crews upgrade those first chance.  Travis acknowledges that "running
    freight is dangerous"..."Think about it.  You're a dozen light-years from home with 20 kilotons of
    dilithium ore in your hold, armed with nothing but a popgun for shooting oncoming meteors.  What
    would you do?"  SEE: Horizon       "Fortunate Son" [ENT]
    The ship consists of a warp tug and five numbered cargo modules.  The tug has a wedge-shaped
    fuselage and two underslung cylindrical nacelles, with red bussard collectors and narrow yellow
    warp-lights fore and aft.  Each boxy module has LxWxH of ~2x2x1.  A dorsal spine-truss runs along
    Modules #2 - #3, and a ventral spine beneath #1.  The tug links to the module-train by a set of
    "primary clamps" (Nora's comment of "a few more" implies at least six).  The tug has a retractable
    boarding tube mounted above the starboard nacelle pylon.  The interior resembles that of Enterprise,
    and it uses the same flatpanels and GUIs.  Pocket hatches carry alphanumeric designators (designating
    the compartment or hatch?).  The bridge has transom windows above the viewscreen; the mess has
    circular windows.                            "Horizon" [ENT]

    Y-class  - If the ECS "Fortunate" is typical theen for the Y-class freighter:  It's a near-uniform light
        grey in color.  It Seems like an evolutionary design of the DY-100 model, rather than a complete
    The forward command section: a vertically-elongated block, with a docking hatch on the upper
        port side.  Its forward surface has a pair of vertically-stacked gold dishes (round-topped rectangles)
        on a blue-glowing background (like Ent).
    Spine: Behind the command section is an arch-topped rectangular spine, with ventral trusswork.
    Propulsion: Two horizontal rectangular pods attach to the ventral edge of the forward command
        section; they have blue-glowing aft ends (impulse engines)?
        There are two cylindrical warp engines attached to a ventral bulge; they have yellow tips, blue-
        glowing side panels, and hemisphere-capped ends (like the TOS Ent).
        maximum speed: warp 1.8
    Cargo Pods: Eight cargo pods are attached, four on each side, by a short stalk.  Each pod is a vertical
        semicylinder, with symmetrical for and aft notches.  They can apparently be jettisoned.
    Notes: There are narrow aerial-like structures for and aft.
    Weaponry:  Typically, nothing more than a low-yield plasma cannon, but most freight-haulers would've
        upgraded the first chance they got.  The "Fortunate's" plasma cannons fire orange bolts; there are two
        at the ventral edge of the deflector(?) oblong, and possibly more on the cargo pods.
    Crew Complement: 23.  (Not counting newborn babies.)
                                                           "Fortunate Son" [ENT]

    Y-500 Class Freighter - Travis tells a ghost story about a Life Pod from an "old Y-500 class
        freighter" drifting in space for 63 years.  "Those were retired decades ago", comments Tucker.
                                                              "Strange New World" [ENT]

Fuller - female.  Crewman Fuller just told T'Pol a shuttle was on its way with 200 snow beetles,
    tipping her off to the fact that Dr. Phlox had decided to stay aboard the Enterprise.
                                                                "The Expanse" [ENT]
    Crewman Fuller was killed by an Osarian during a piracy raid. Reed says Fuller knew
    the torpedo systems better than anyone and won’t be easy to replace.
                                                               "The Anomaly" [ENT], "Shockwave, part 2" [ENT]

Fuller, Bernadette - SEE: Novans, Bernadette Fuller

Fuller, Vera - SEE:  Novans, Vera Fuller

"Future guy" - SEE: Humanoid figure.


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