Jordan Langford was a troubled boy growing up out of Alaska. His dad was white and his mom was black, and racial tensions only plagued Jordan out of the house. Growing up in Alaska in a Native American family had its upsides however, as he was taught the traditions of native americans from generations past, learned how to adapt to the cold, and learned how to truly hunt game. By the time he finished High School, he knew what it was that he wanted to do, become a Marine. He attended boot camp down south, in California and made it through, powered by the motto that held true his entire life, "There will always be a better day, and a better future". He arrived at Camp Dwyer Marine Base in Hemland River Valley, Afghanistan. During the next 2 years, he became a hardened soldier, just like he wanted to become. His kill count was 307, and he felt no remorse for the people he fought against. He became almost, numbed, to the feeling of a kill and seeing the un-imaginable things that came out of battles he fought in. He kept climbing the ranks and became the Squad Leader for Bravo unit 7, and he then decided to go by the name, Seargent Nalim. During the next few months, him and his squad seemed almost untouchable by any enemy, plowing through the opposing ranks by the many. While clearing one of the enemy base locations however, one wrong step blew himself away into the distance, as he had triggered a land mine. He miraculously survived, but not by much. His left leg and left arm had been blown off, and the only thing keeping him alive was the motto he could and would never forget. After this incident, Jordan had been sent out to Chernarus for professional medical attention from Potius Cras High Officials. There he had been worked on for months, and was suited up with a mechanical left arm and leg. By this time, the Zombie Outbreak had occured, and Jordan knew what his next moves were, to join the ranks of Potius, and become what he once had been, a respected man of honor and integrity. Potius seemed like the perfect fit for him, because of their known motive, "For a Better Tomorrow".