Allen Kold, Born on December, 27th 1999 in Clarksburg, WV. Grew up working hard on a farm and preparing for the military. He was the only child and lost his Mom and Dad to a tragic car accident. Found the love of his life a few years before he ended up on this hell hole. Joined the Marine Corps in 2008 after graduating Bridgeport High School. He made it through boot camp and then attended School of Infantry East. A few days after graduation he kicked off his career by going to Afghanistan. 9 months later he returned home and was met by his ex Green beret grandfather who was demanding him to do more with his career and go special forces, so he went to MARSOC assessment and selection. After a few hard months he made it through and continued to do intense training with them, one school he attended was sniper school. Which he would make a name for himself in after having the highest score in his class. A few combat deployments later and a few days of rest back home led him to his most challenging task yet, which he did not know at the time. His team was given a mission to retrieve a mysterious black box on an island off the coast of Chernarus. He went back to his unit and prepped his team for the mission, night fell and it was time to head out. They boarded an AC-130 and traveled to their destination. Once they arrived, well 30,000 ft above they performed a HALO jump and landed on the coast of the island. A helicopter then came and dropped off a RHIB boat which was their means of transportation through the swampy island. They searched for the black box for hours upon hours and came up dry. Allen made the decision to take his team back to their landing point and set up camp for the night. They all slept except for the man on watch. The night drew long and they continued to rotate through shifts of watch. Then around 0345 the watch woke everyone up as he saw a mass troop movement heading for them, before they all could get their gear back on they started receiving an overwhelming amount of bullets. Allen's men were dropping left and right, he grabbed as many wounded men as he could and took them onto the RHIB and started driving it away, he applied torniquettes in an effort to save their lives but it was too late. He was alone in the ocean with thoughts of guilt for being the only survivor and how he let this happen. He started to think it was the government that set them up and became angry, frustrated and lost all morale. Then the thought that he would like to see his wife against drove his drive for survival back to an all time high. He searched for days for land and finally it came, a huge land mass which multiple towns in view under the horizon. He headed there only to find it too seemed like a forgotten part of the world. He drove the boat to the shore and went to search for supplies, this is when he realized that he wasn't alone, he spotted life, or so he thought. He approached the homeless looking man and yelled out to him. This is when he realized that he had a new enemy in this unknown part of the world and his chances for survival dropped tremendously.