Dallas Proctor is a former Search and Rescue tech with the Canadian Armed Forces. Joining the Army at a young age after working as a wildland firefighter, he went through rigorous training with both the Canadian Army and elements of the US Military to become a pararescue unit. After 2 tours to Afghanistan during 2006 and 2007, he was deployed to Chernarus in 2009 during the height of the civil war with a humanitarian contingency of the Canadian Armed Forces, where he was apart of a UN operation in recovering mass graves and identifying victims of genocide by the Chedaki.
Dallas remained stationed in Chernarus with NATO forces following the war until being deployed subsequently to Takistan, again apart of a humanitarian contingency with the CDF's peacekeeping mission. He and his squadron were assigned for humanitarian logisticals, delivering supplies and aid to villages affected by the conflict as well as manning field hospitals. Dallas' division returned back to Canada close to the conclusion of NATO's mission to Takistan, where he spent a few years re-adapting to civilian life, coping mainly by working for Search and Rescue in his home province.
It wasn't long before the CAF would be re-deployed to Chernarus along with US Forces, with World War 3 being on the brink, Canada deployed all of it's reservists to assist their Southern ally. Dallas' division was deployed again for relief, but this time much of the division was equipped with NBC gear amidst the breakout of the virus in Chernarus. Dallas had spent many years trying to forget the atrocities he witnessed in Chernarus prior, during the civil war. However, he found himself filling mass graves instead of unearthing them this time around. As the short deployment carried on, the situation became more and more hopeless, until Chernogorsk's stronghold was overtaken by the infection. Much of Dallas' squadron and division perished during the final stand. However, him and a handful of other soldiers deserted due to their disagreement of liquidating many "assumed infected" civilians, and left Chernogorsk's base of operations.
While his initial intentions were to try to help civilians left in the fallout of the infection, his good morale has diminished as the days go by. He now wanders South Zagoria, struggling to keep his morals and, like almost everyone else, find a new life in a bleak, dying world.