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: ''For other people with the same or similar first name, see: [[Joe (disambiguation)]].''
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Lieutenant '''Joe Palladino''', callsign "Hammerhead", is a [[Viper (RDM)|Viper]] pilot aboard ''[[Galactica (RDM)|Galactica]]''. He leads a detachment of [[Colonial Marine Corps|Marines]] to the civilian cargo ship ''[[Gideon]]''. Colonel [[Saul Tigh|Saul Tigh]] orders him to retrieve desperately needed supplies from the ''Gideon'', which withheld them from ''Galactica'' in protest of Tigh's declaration of martial law.
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Due to his inexperience at riot control, Palladino is unable to maintain control of his forces and the irate civilian crowd during the food transfer. When the situation grows violent, one of his marines fires his weapon and other marines under his command begin shooting at random into the panicked crowd. Despite repeated orders to his Marines to cease fire, four civilians are killed during the incident. Palladino is reprimanded by Colonel Tigh for his failure ([[Resistance (episode)|Resistance]]).
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The killings aboard the ''Gideon'' begin to exact a mental toll on Palladino. He blames the incident on Tigh and develops a deep and brooding hatred of the colonel. When reporter [[D'anna Biers]] investigates the ''Gideon'' incident, Palladino is forced to relive the nightmare all over again.
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Palladino eventually snaps and decides to punish Tigh for the incident when no one else would. After leaving [[Kataris|a threat]] in Tigh's quarters and sabotaging a [[Raptor]] that Tigh is to fly in to ''[[Cloud Nine]]'', Palladino invades Tigh's quarters, binds and gags his wife, [[Ellen Tigh|Ellen]], and waits for the Colonel to return.
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When Tigh returns, Palladino confronts him with a gun but loses his nerve to shoot Tigh, who talks him down. ''Galactica's'' Marines escort Palladino away in handcuffs while Biers and her camera crew look on ([[Final Cut]]).
  
Lieutenant '''Joe Palladino''', callsign "Hammerhead", was a [[Viper]] pilot aboard the [[Battlestar]] ''[[Galactica]]''.  He was assigned to lead a detachment of [[marine]]s to the civilian cargo ship ''[[Gideon]]''.  [[Saul Tigh|Colonel Saul Tigh]] ordered him to retrieve desperately needed supplies from the ''Gideon'', which was withholding them from ''Galactica'' in protest of Tigh's declaration of Martial Law.
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Palladino's fate is unknown, particularly in light of the events at [[New Caprica]].
  
Due to his inexperience at riot control, he was unable to maintain control of his forces and the irate civilian crowd during the food transfer. When the situation grew violent, one of his marines fired his weapon and other marines under his command began shooting at random into the panicked crowd. Despite repeatedly ordering his marines to cease fire, four civilians were killed during the incident and he was reprimanded by Colonel Tigh for his failure. ("[[Resistance]]")
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The killings aboard the ''Gideon'' began to exact a mental toll on Palladino. He began to project the blame for the incident onto Tigh and developed a deep and brooding hatred of the Colonel. When reporter [[D'anna Biers]] began investigating the ''Gideon'' incident, Palladino was forced to relive the nightmare all over again. He eventually snapped and decided to be the one to punish Tigh for incident when no one else would. After a threat, and an attempt to sabotage the Colonel's Raptor, Palladino invaded Tigh's quarters, bound and gagged his wife [[Ellen Tigh|Ellen]] then waited for the Colonel to return.  When Tigh returned, Palladino confronted him with a gun and seemed ready to shoot him, however, he lost his nerve and Tigh was able to talk him down.  ''Galactica'''s marines then escorted him away in handcuffs while D'anna and her camera crew looked on.  Palladino is now in the ''Galactica'' brig, most likely serving a lengthy sentence as a result of his attempt on Colonel Tigh's life. ("[[Final Cut]]")
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For other people with the same or similar first name, see: Joe (disambiguation).


Joe Palladino
Joe Palladino

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Callsign Hammerhead
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Introduced Resistance
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Role Pilot, battlestar Galactica
Rank Lieutenant
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Portrayed by Jeremy Guilbaut
Joe Palladino is a Cylon
Joe Palladino is a Final Five Cylon
Joe Palladino is a Human/Cylon Hybrid
Joe Palladino is an Original Series Cylon
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Joe Palladino in the separate continuity
Joe Palladino in the primary continuity
[[Image:|200px|Joe Palladino]]


Lieutenant Joe Palladino, callsign "Hammerhead", is a Viper pilot aboard Galactica. He leads a detachment of Marines to the civilian cargo ship Gideon. Colonel Saul Tigh orders him to retrieve desperately needed supplies from the Gideon, which withheld them from Galactica in protest of Tigh's declaration of martial law.

Due to his inexperience at riot control, Palladino is unable to maintain control of his forces and the irate civilian crowd during the food transfer. When the situation grows violent, one of his marines fires his weapon and other marines under his command begin shooting at random into the panicked crowd. Despite repeated orders to his Marines to cease fire, four civilians are killed during the incident. Palladino is reprimanded by Colonel Tigh for his failure (Resistance).

The killings aboard the Gideon begin to exact a mental toll on Palladino. He blames the incident on Tigh and develops a deep and brooding hatred of the colonel. When reporter D'anna Biers investigates the Gideon incident, Palladino is forced to relive the nightmare all over again.

Palladino eventually snaps and decides to punish Tigh for the incident when no one else would. After leaving a threat in Tigh's quarters and sabotaging a Raptor that Tigh is to fly in to Cloud Nine, Palladino invades Tigh's quarters, binds and gags his wife, Ellen, and waits for the Colonel to return.

When Tigh returns, Palladino confronts him with a gun but loses his nerve to shoot Tigh, who talks him down. Galactica's Marines escort Palladino away in handcuffs while Biers and her camera crew look on (Final Cut).

Palladino's fate is unknown, particularly in light of the events at New Caprica.