Ferengi - Unknown alien race. They have visited the planet Valakis. (Dear Doctor)
Fletcher, Crewman (Jason Grant Smith) - Crew member aboard Enterprise. (Broken Bow)
Forrest, Admiral Maxwell (Vaughn Armstrong) - A career military man who is the highest-ranking 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 Kronos 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). (Broken Bow) Before Enterprise left Admiral Forrest said they'd "be making history with every light year." (Fight or Flight)
Fortunate, ECS - A Y-class freighter, max warp 1.8, crew of 23 ("plus any newborn kids," Travis adds). Its captain is a man named Keene. They often had run-ins with Nausicaans. The Fortunate has a machine shop. (Fortunate Son) SEE: Freighter, Y-class.
Forward plating - A section of hull plating protecting the forward regions of Enterprise. (Broken Bow)
Fraddock - 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)
Freighter, 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 they get. 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
Freighter, Y-class - Near-uniform light grey in color. Seems like an evolutionary design of the DY-100 model, rather than a complete departure. 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). 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: Its plasma cannons fire orange bolts; there are two at the ventral edge of the deflector(?) oblong, and possibly more on the cargo pods.
Fortunate Son" 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)
Fuller, Bernadette (Mary Carver) - A Novan colonist born in 2076, known after the asteroid impact as "Nadet." Fuller's son, Jamin, was the leader of the Novans. She developed lung cancer as a result of the planet's radiation poisoning, but Doctor Phlox cured the disease in 2151. (Terra Nova)
Fuller, Vera - A human who traveled aboard the Conestoga to settle Terra Nova. Vera had a daughter, Bernadette, in 2076, shortly after landing. (Terra Nova)