Jimmy grew up in a poor family in Brooklyn, living an active life in the streets as a "Hoodlim" they would call him in Brooklyn and trapping hard. His father was a Career "Hoodlim" man and his mom a crack head unfortunately. Life was terrible for Jimmy. He got used to the horrible conditions and made him a terrible person. When he was 9 his mother passed away due to a heroin overdose his father responded by sending Jimmy to military school because he couldn't take care of him anymore.
He knew he'd have to join the military at some point as everyone does, this just prepared him more. Jimmy's father was rarely in touch with him and made him feel that the day he lost his mom he also lost his dad. He got involved with everything the school had to offer.
At 18 off he went to training, signing up for the Army. He had prepared for this his whole life and didn't want anything else; it had been drilled into him that He would be a Soldier for the US Military. After spending a few years in the army, he had experienced loss from some of his closest friends. Military life wasn’t going too well.. He wasn’t able to experience much life outside of his job and the pay wasn’t there. He wanted something different but was still in the same area of expertise.