CJ, in his early 20's, thought joining the military was the right thing to do. His father was in United States Air Force, so he deemed it right to continue the families history of military service. He enlisted in the United States Army and with some medical school under his built the Army pushed him to become a medic. Not wanting to join the front lines in the Middle East, he jumped on the opportunity to help with NATO Forces in Western Europe. In Jan. 2017 he was posted in the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany. After Marshall Law was declared in parts of Chernarus, CJ was re-assigned and moved to Turkey for military leaders wanted to assist the country they were pushing to join NATO. After Russian involvement and news of the outbreaks hit, CJ was put into the front lines when NATO intervention began to assist the CDF. As a medic he was put boots on the ground to assist. Mostly helping put down soliders who came back with bite wounds rather than bullets or shrapnel. Contact with the base back in Turkey was soon lost and with continuing bombs dropping it was hard to tell which direction was safe for troops to move. After the massive storm, the camp he was posted in was destroyed and people dispersed all over in the middle of the night. Since then, CJ has been trapped in Chernarus. No way to communicate to the breaking down world around him and stuck in very unfamiliar place, CJ has nothing to rely on but his military training and common sense to survive.