Anthony had a troubled childhood growing up. Growing up In south Boston in poverty he was exposed to some of the worst of the worst.
When he he graduated high school he signed up for the marines 2009 and did 2 tours in Afghanistan.
He trained at Paris island, South Carolina for 3 months. After his training he was stationed at Lejeune.
His first tour was in 2010-11 in Marjah, Afghanistan for 10 months.
His second Tour was in Helmand Province, Afghanistan for 9 months.
He lost 2 of his friends to and IED but somehow he survived, he and his buddies were being pulled out in 2 months. He still carries the grief to this day.
Following his his second tour in 2014 he realized he wanted to help people. He was a sergeant at this time and his unit was selected for the United Nations. He was stationed in Timbuktu and transferred on a restoring civilization mission in South Zagoria.
Loosing communication after a skirmish with the Chedaki during the initial outbreak, Tony had assumed most of his squad was dead. At this point Tony was doing what he was there to do, restore hope and prosperity to Chernarus by any means necessary.