Victor Faucheux grew up to a wealthy family in Paris. His parents sent him to military school when he was young, and he grew up as a strong, independent young man. Victor's parents were proud of their well behaved son, and they sent him to America where he studied medicine at Yale School of Medicine. Victor ended up going back to France and joining the French GIGN, where he served as a field doctor for an extensive unknown amount of time. After the events north of Severograd, Victor had immediately jumped on the case of the infection, and had started to take interest in what was going on in Chernarus. The infection spread to France, where Victor had helped fight his way out and set up a safe haven in Paris controlled by the government for the French citizens. Victor knew he needed to make a cure. He had immediately taken samples off of the dead infected, and started to study the virus intensively in Paris. Unfortunately, the virus had obvious genetic mutations unlike any other he had seen. This change in virus DNA had meant that all the work he had done in France was completely useless, due to the fact that in order to make a universal vaccine, he must have an original form of the virus without any mutations because the mutated form would only cure those who have been exposed to said mutated viruses. From there on, Victor knew he had to visit Chernarus himself in order to find samples of infected which had been spread from patient zero. Victor flew into a Turkish base from France, where he then got into a helicopter to cross the Green Sea. The crew had taken the last bit of gas left in the military base and left as soon as they could. The helicopter ran out of fuel just over Chernarus and crash landed somewhere in the Chernarussian wilderness.