My Name is Lincoln Everett I was born on April 25th 1996 in a little town outside Philadelphia to one Anna and Scott Everett. However I was the youngest of three children the oldest being my brother Tommy, the middle being my sister Clarke, my family wasn't well off but they provided as best they could. I have always enjoyed the outdoors and camping and learning things with my dad. I always had a passion to enlist so in 2012 when I turn 17 I enlisted in the U.S. Navy Seals after roughly about a year of training. I was stationed just outside of Myshkino for about 3 months to help protect one of the rebuilding groups that were being targeted by erratic terrorist. In the first month of being that. I had met a girl her name was Octavia she was with the organization that was help rebuilding. by the third month. We had gotten rather acquainted some could say in love. But I had to head out to Bosnia for an Op. After that and a few other missions I was stationed in Takistan me and Octavia were still in contact a few days up until I had heard about the outbreak on October 11th 2014 I was concerned about Octavia and not hearing anything from her in a few days made me on edge. 2 weeks later still not hearing anything and not being able to move in to Chernarus. It took about 5 weeks for the country to collapse the outbreak is spreading rapidly across the country now I've lost track of what day it is completely but I've lost a few good friends to the outbreak now. I've had a few close calls myself sometimes I wonder how I haven't got infected yet am I just lucky not sure maybe just cursed. Watching my friends my brothers in arms die next to me. I also wonder if my family still alive and I hope I can get back there one day. But I now know it's 2016 and I had met up with a mercenary group sometime last year formerly named Blackwater we were set to move in to Chernarus because we had heard rumors that there were still people living there and hopes for myself that I could find Octavia if she was still alive because I haven't given up hope yet.