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HUNK is mentioned in three of the reports released in the viral promotion campaign for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. The first is a report by him, expressing interest in VECTOR's abilities and personally requesting him to be added to the squad. The second is a psychological report about HUNK's mental state. The doctor notes that HUNK only seems to have a soldier side and that any human side seems to have vanished. The last is a report by Alfred Ashford, saying he will order HUNK to transport the package containing the Tyrant. In the aforementioned reports, the doctor also notes that HUNK seems to respond to the name "Bella" though he (the doctor) could not determine the relationship.
HUNK's nickname is "Grim Reaper" (死神,shinigami?), but has been mistranslated several times throughout the series into "God of Death", "Death"; "Mr. Death" and even "Dr. Death", leading to the nonsensical phrase "The death cannot die".
In Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles, and Resident Evil: Outbreak, HUNK's BDUs are dark gray. In Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, and Resident Evil: Revelations, they're black.
In the data of the Outbreak games, there is a higher poly cutscene model for HUNK that includes a removable helmet. Presumably he was planned to take his helmet off in a cutscene during whatever dropped scenario he was in.
If HUNK partnered with Rachel in Raid Mode, Rachel's will quote "Pleased to work with you, Dr. Death" suggests that she knows him before or knows of him, due to the nickname he has giving, then he quote back to Rachel " You wouldn't be if you knew how I got that name".