Service Member Profile: Yuri Darmachev, Капрал (Corporal)
Branch of service: Ukrainian ground forces
Primary duty station: Crimea
After Action Report as follows:
During the events leading up to the Chernarus, Yuri Darmachev was a partisan fighter who had joined up with the Irregular military in the aftermath of the Revolution in Kiev that had sparked the recent tensions with the Russian government. As conflict had seemed the only answer and the conflict escalated to the point of armed conflict it was certain that the news coverage of the conflict was sure to overshadow other small anything happening on border countries with Russia such as Chernarus and their civil war. The conflict having gone on for 4 years at this point would draw most of NATO's attention into deescalating the tension in the region. Low on supplies and even lower on moral, The Ukrainian ground forces had sought out places that may actually be able to lend Military or even medical supplies to the battered troops on the front. Reports came in that the Ukrainian forces had been met by Chernarussian Forces who seemed hell bent on turning people back. Seeing as how the Ukrainian Government would have a mutual interest in the Chernarussian conflict with Russia it was easy for the President Petro Poroshenko to talk his way into a trade deal with the Josef Prizak. Crossing over the border thier unit was drafted into the country's service briefly to help with the evacuations of civilian assets.
While the country was set to keep people from coming in few managed to get through on supply runs and things of the sort. Yuri's unit he was attached to spent a few weeks in all the chaos before eventually he found himself separated from the others. Hopping from town to town trying to get back to the border he found himself in an outbreak situation. Unsure of what precautions the government was taking everything starts to slowly die off as lights and power seemed to flicker off and the government fell quiet. He was on his own in this foreign land.
//: The paper seemed to be torn there ://
Yuri stuffed the paper in his pocket and would continue to talk to his friends that he made on the road. "That's what the official papers say at least, When the bombs started to fall and all heal broke loose it was hard to keep things on paper anymore." -Looking out at the three of them.- "Since there isn't much of a Ukraine to go back to... The best I can do anymore is make sure the guy next to me doesn't bite the bullet. I spent the better part of months wading through another country's shit just to make sure I could eat at night... Fighting for a free Ukraine that did not have to worry about a big brother telling them how to pray at night... I feel like everything I have done over the past bit has been for nothing." -The Ukrainian man looked a little worse for wear but kept up with his new military standards as to keep on his toes and not have to worry about being taken by surprise. He had little experience with the outbreak before and had been dealing mainly in evacuations. Finding himself on the road and among good friends now he was determined to just ride the storm out until something better came along. Still not too fond of the Russian government he understood it was necessary to possibly work with official military forces in the future to ensure their survival... The Bible says to love your neighbor and to not kill them... It gets a little fuzzy around knee caps.-