In 2009, Radomir's country was thrown into civil unrest. Being far west, the conflict never fully reached the city of Novigrad. However, Radomir saw it as an opportunity to enlist in the CDF to defend his country from the Russians. Little did he know, the Russians that he would be fighting would be his own countrymen. Radomir enlisted as a Combat Signaller, a soldier designated on the frontlines to communicate combat orders. He was stationed with the 313th Elektricky Signals and Electronic Warfare Company. During the civil war, their job was to secure communication posts to relay information primarily from South Zagoria back west.
Radomir made his first foreign contact during the civil war, when he was designated to make communications with US Soldiers during their intervention into the conflict.
His vision for a life of valor quickly faded from view as the Chedaki Insurgents slaughtered Chernarussians, both civilian and soldier. He experienced multiple instances of war crimes and death. The civil war horrified Radomir, and his combat during the conflict leaves lasting scars to this day.
Years later, Radomir was promoted to Corporal during his time, becoming a much different man than during the civil war. He has become much more mature, and understood the difference between propaganda and fact. He knew now that the life of a soldier is not full of valor, but rather a life of death. In 2012, the country saw combat in a war of terror on their neighbors, Takistan. Radomir was once again deployed to combat, and absolutely despised his time during the tour. Despite his personal feelings, he did not complain. Rather, Radomir did his duty and did it well. He was inflicted two major injuries during his time in Takistan.
After the war in Takistan, Radomir was finished with being a soldier. He left with the rank of Corporal.