Tom Reeves, also known as Calvin, is a U.S. Marine.


Before Area 7Edit

Through unknown circumstances, Tom Reeves joined the United States Marine Corps, where he gained the call-sign Calvin. He was noted by his superiors as having a lot of potential, and so was rapidly promoted over his fellow soldiers.

Eventually Calvin was assigned to the President's Helicopter Squadron.

Area 7Edit

Calvin was among the Marines stationed on Marine One when it was escorting the President to Area 7. Upon arrival, he may have joined his fellow Marines in one of the main hanger's offices to wait for the President to inspect the facility, but later relocated into Nighthawk Two.

Soon, the Marines and Presidential staff witnessed a base-wide broadcast from a rogue Air Force Colonel known as Caesar, announcing his intention of a coup d'etat against the President. As the 7th Squadron forces opened fire on the Marines, Calvin and Love Machine took cover in Nighthawk Two. However their relief didn't last long, as Elvis and Book II used the chopper's towing cockroach to cover their escape to the personnel elevator, being hit with a rocket along the way. With their cover literally blown, Calvin and Love Machine joined Book II and Elvis as they entered the elevator.

Calvin made a few attempts to take charge of the group since he was ranking officer, but continued assaults from the 7th Squadron and Book II's quicker thinker kept them going as they climbed down the elevator shaft. After the shaft began filling with water, Calvin and the others were forced to emerge onto Level 5, where they raided a weapons cabinet before meeting up with the President and his remaining security detail by the prisoner cells.

After a brief summary on their situation from Janson, Calvin and the others move up the ramp to Level 4, where Calvin used standard tactics to secure their location before assessing their situation. Unfortunately, Kurt Logan and his Alpha unit had already set up an ambush inside the room, having wanted to get the group while they were off-guard. As Calvin was hit by enemy fire, his final thoughts were a stunned realisation that he had done everything right and still failed.


  • Calvin's call-sign comes from the impression that he looks like a Calvin Klein underwear model.