Andrew Burrows grew up in Plymouth in the UK. His dream was to be apart of the UN Military. Andrew had a great childhood in Plymouth, doing lots of Sailing and swimming, training himself to be a soldier. His parents weren't poor but they weren't rich either, his childhood was one of playfulness. Growing up as a teen Andrew got into a rough crowd of friends, fighting drinking etc. After completing his gsce's at the age of 16 he had an apprenticeship doing fabricating, whilst also being a waiter as a part time job. In his spare-time he would play computer games and do exercise, and a lot of it too. The reason for doing an apprenticeship was because he truly hated the British education system, he would of done anything to get out of the system. After two good years of earning money on the side and doing his fabricating apprenticeship he joined The UN's peacekeeping (this was in 2015.) When Andrew got into the UN at the age of 18 he loved it, he was sent to Haiti the year he got accepted, where he helped rebuild local homes even 4 years after the tragic earthquake where some of them were still rubble. Going home one year in 2017 Andrew got the call that he was to deploy into Chernarus as things had spiraled.