Emanuel Miller is a Technical Seargent of the United States Air Force. Life for him was simple as he was part of a Cyber Support Group stationed at Latvia. He was part of a Reconnaissance Squadron that flew out various Remote Piloted Aircrafts out into Russia in order to collect information on the daily ongoings going on in the country as well as providing radio communications for any troop on the ground within the regions they covered. Though it was quickly changed during that fateful event that shook the whole world. Quickly the entire base shook and they started to fly out the MQ-9 Reaper in order to send remote air support and bombings once they received an order of NATO intervening on the warfront down south into Chernarus.
Though little did they know as they were hyper-focused on getting help delivered to CDF and NATO that the infection was spreading upwards towards them and it was only a matter of time of the infected to reach the base they resided in. At first, they were contained outside of the gates but soon after, the numbers grew too large in order to keep them at bay. Most of the base went onto the C130s that were prepared for the evacuation while the others decided to band together. They began to head down south.
Though they lost radio communications to the main forces, they all traveled onwards but their numbers began to dwindle rapidly as time went on. Some were lost to the infected, others went on to different paths, some were detached to assist the various towns and cities they went through to provide support. This continued until only a handful of the squadron remained. They continued spreading out as they got closer to Chernarus as to cover more ground in order to find the NATO troops there were out at sea though during this entire journey. After three days of travel in a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle, Emanuel arrived at his destination. Low on gas, supplies, and even food, he set foot onwards towards Chenarus. Although one thing kept nagging at him the entire time a fear that he kept suppressed . . .
What if they were left behind.