|Birth Name||Hamish McCall|
|Introduced||Lay Down Your Burdens, Part I|
|Role||Raptor pilot and ECO, assigned to Galactica|
|Portrayed by||Colin Lawrence|
|Hamish McCall is a Cylon|
|Hamish McCall is a Final Five Cylon|
|Hamish McCall is a Human/Cylon Hybrid|
|Hamish McCall is an Original Series Cylon|
|Hamish McCall in the separate continuity|
|Hamish McCall in the primary continuity|
He serves as Margaret "Racetrack" Edmonson's co-pilot during the rescue mission for the Caprica resistance. When their Raptor misses their jump, they discover a habitable planet which is later dubbed New Caprica. After returning to the Fleet, McCall and Edmondson are commended for the accidental discovery (Lay Down Your Burdens, Part I).
Over a year later, during the planet's occupation by the Cylons, McCall is Edmonson's ECO during their missions to detect communications from New Caprica's resistance movement, in which they are eventually successful (Occupation).
On a routine patrol around the Fleet, his Raptor suffers from an engine and RCS malfunction, due to impurities in its tylium fuel. Unable to regain control and on a collision course with Colonial One, he and Edmonson are forced to eject from the Raptor. The craft collides with Colonial One, causing moderate hull damage and several injuries, but no fatalities (Dirty Hands).
As the Fleet approaches the Ionian nebula, Edmonson and McCall are tasked to stay one jump point behind the Fleet to keep watch for possible Cylon pursuers. The two pass their time with playing Triad and Edmonson teases him about being a "ladies man" who masturbates in his bunk. When a Cylon fleet shows up they barely manage to spin up the FTL drive and escape before being destroyed by a missile (Crossroads, Part I).
In another dangerous Raptor incident, Edmonson and McCall are forced to make an emergency landing that nearly results in their deaths, due to a failed repair job made by Galen Tyrol. While McCall is extremely angry over this, Edmonson soothes the tension between McCall and Tyrol by writing it off as a mistake, which she attributes to Tyrol's mourning of the recently deceased Cally Tyrol (Escape Velocity).