Before the infection plagued the world, I was a combat engineer in the U.S. Army and later became a fighter pilot for the U.S. Air Force. My name is CPT. Steve Harnett and I was stationed in nearby Germany assigned to support the CDF troops in CAS sorties , after the imposed no fly-zone, my plane was shot down over Chernarus and I am now surviving with the rest of everyone. After finding no sign of communication back home or to my commanding officers, I now search for parts to repair a helicopter I've found along my travels. Until I do, I survive anyway I can and tend to be a natural leader for anyone I come across as part of my military background. My plan, one day, is to find more people like me (military men) and create a group and become an organized post-infection military group that would not be hostile but hesitant to help others and keeps to ourselves, yet a group that is feared and one which no one would want to mess around with.