Apart of the German Army for a year until the outbreak began. He served in the 10th Panzer Division (Bundeswehr). He ended up in Chernarus due to the fact that in 2009 he and his squad were stationed in Ukraine. They were told to stay put at the eastern border of Ukraine in order to prevent the civil war of Russia to intervene with the people of Ukraine. He and his group stayed just outside the city for years not letting anything else come in. The whole world was experiencing the same thing. Ukraine was falling to pieces and so did their homeland of Germany. They were on their own now. They never set on heading out of the safety that was their base. But with food and water shortages it is a must that all units split up and find another campsite that all the troops can thrive off of. The squad consisted of 20 soldiers. Each group was split into 4. Each group was headed into different directions. The five groups divided into directions of North, South, East, and West. But one more group had to decide the direction they were going to travel. In that group was Fynn. They decided to travel South-East of Ukraine. They were all given communication devices and off they went. Fynn's group took a combat rubber raiding craft and crossed the Sea of Azov. They were then in Russia. When they reached Russia their intentions were still to go South-East. All the other groups of the squad went silent and we never heard from them again. We finally reached the country of Chernarus. Just as we were entering two of the men in my group were shot and killed. Fynn and his other squadmate rushed out of there and quickly found a barn to sleep at. At dawn, we awoke and headed off to find other people in hopes that they would be friendly. As we were in the forest my squadmate was shot down from the north. Fynn couldn't pick out where and just kept running. Now by himself having nothing he will try and find someone friendly enough to help him out. All he knows is that Chernarus is dangerous and he needs to keep a sharp eye out for any hostiles.