Captain Robert Hogan (# 55859)
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CMDR/CPT Robert Hogan/Sin/Wing II/ISDII Warrior
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  Name and rank:   Captain Robert Hogan
 
 
  ID line:   CMDR/CPT Robert Hogan/Sin/Wing II/ISDII Warrior
 
 
  Gender:   Male
 
 
  Species:   Human
 
 
  Date of Birth:   12 ABY
 
 
  Place of Birth:   Aurora Prime
 
 
  Marital Status:   Single
 
 
  Family information:   Lawrence Hogan (father of Robert Hogan), born 20 BBY, was a naval officer, graduated from the Royal Imperial Academy on Coruscant in 2 ABY twenty-sixth in his class of 5,000, commissioned, and assigned to the Imperial I-class Star Destroyer Adjudicator’s navigation section. A Lieutenant, he was captured by the New Republic when his ship was boarded, and was held pending trial by a court martial on charges of war crimes. Under the New Republic’s revised judicial priorities of focusing on convicting senior and flag officers, he was granted clemency in 4 ABY and fled to the Outer Rim, settling down in Aurora Prime in 5 ABY.

Katherine Anesway (later Katherine Hogan and mother of Robert Hogan), born 21 BBY, was a naval officer, graduated from the Royal Imperial Academy on Coruscant in 2 ABY third in her class of 5,000, commissioned, sent to command school, and assigned to the newly commissioned Executor-class Super Star Destroyer Avenger, operations section, in 3 ABY. Anesway would serve on many ships of the line, including the Sovereign-class Super Star Destroyer Sovereign. She resigned her naval commission in 10 ABY in order to focus on starting a family.

Hogan and Anesway met at the Royal Imperial Academy on Coruscant and quickly became close friends. After they were commissioned and dispatched to the fleet, they lost touch until they reunited on Aurora Prime in 5 ABY. Soon after, the two became romantically involved and were married in 7 ABY.
 
 
  Social status:   As the child of two respectable Imperial naval officers, Hogan enjoyed a moderately high social standing growing up.
 
 
  Significant events of childhood:   Robert Hogan, the only child of Lawrence and Katherine Hogan, was born in the seventh month of 9 ABY on Aurora Prime. While a young boy, his father was offered a transport flight instructor position at the Imperial Naval Academy and often took Hogan along on short training flights. As soon as he was able, he transmitted his application to the Academy and was accepted into the 28 ABY graduating class.

In 25 ABY at age 16, Hogan was accepted to the Imperial Naval Academy on Aurora Prime, where he began a rigorous curriculum with the goal of following in his parents’ footsteps. Although they were opposed to this and wanted a more quiet and peaceful life for him, they did support him in his endeavors. While at the Academy, Hogan studied a vast array or courses from multiple disciplines, eventually pursuing a specialization in electronic warfare and a career as a pilot. Hogan graduated from the Academy with honors, was on the Commandant’s List, and obtained his flight certification during his intense course of study.
 
 
  Significant events of adulthood:   In 28 ABY, Hogan underwent final flight officer training with the Emperor’s Hammer aboard the Executor-class Super Star Destroyer Avenger while the First Recon Division was mobilized and on patrol in a classified location. While in training on the Avenger, Hogan gained flight experience in the TIE/ln Fighter, TIE/in Interceptor, and TIE/sb Bomber. Upon earning his flight certification and being commissioned in the TIE Corps, Hogan was assigned to Sin Squadron aboard the Imperial II-class Star Destroyer Warrior.
 
 
  Alignment and attitude:   Hogan is a serious officer, and both at the Academy and operational TIE Corps, puts his military responsibilities well above any personal desires.
 
 
  Previous occupations:   None
 
 
  Hobbies:   During his childhood, Hogan was exposed to a variety of hobbies and pursuits, but drawn most to music, specifically the trumpet. While attending the Imperial Naval Academy, Hogan continued that passion, playing as a member of the Ceremonial Band and performing in a number of prominent parades and ceremonies. In addition to his military duties as a pilot, Hogan also greatly enjoys recreational flying, and hopes to purchase a civilian craft for use on leaves in the near future.
 
 
  Tragedies in life:   None
 
 
  Phobias and allergies:   None
 
 
  Views on the Empire and
the TIE Corps:
  A loyal citizen of the Empire, Hogan strongly views the Empire as the legitimate government to control the galaxy and the New Republic simply as systems in rebellion. After learning of his father’s imprisonment by the New Republic after the Battle of Endor, he also viewed them as lawless and barbaric terrorists. While he personally questions the ethics of maintaining a military and authoritarian state, he believes that the Empire is the only government capable of maintaining law and order.
 
 
  Reason for enlisting in
the TIE Corps:
  Hogan sought to continue his family’s legacy in serving in the Imperial Navy and chose the TIE Corps as a means to further his passion for spaceflight.
 
 
  Other comments:   None
 
 
  
This INPR was last updated on 11/19/2020