Formerly apart of the British SAS from 1996 to 2009, Sgt. Jerry Garrick was born in Manchester, United Kingdom on May 12th, 1975. Garrick had the typical home life, two loving parents, a sister, and a pet dog. Then in 1991, when he turned 16, joined the cadets program because Garrick wanted to become a police officer for the city of Manchester. It was in this he met his soon to be wife Grace. They got happily married in 2000 in Manchester. Through this cadet program, Garrick excelled in every category, putting up record numbers. This got the eye of the British government, and in December of 2003, he got asked if he was interested to join the army and eventually become part of the SAS. This was a tough decision, because this would mean that he would have to leave almost everything behind, including Grace. He then took up the offer 2 months later, and became a member of the British SAS Task Force. He worked well with these group of people, and took part in operations like Benghazi with the U.S. Marines and also helped out in all of those Iraq and Afghan wars. It wasn't until then he got wrapped up in this Chernurussian hysteria. Great Britain sent out a part of the SAS to go investigate some British military trucks that were found in Chernarus right before civilization broke down. Of course, this would not look good if it was taken the wrong way. When Garrick and the crew arrived there, which were only a group of five, that's where the citizens put A and B together and tried to take down this group. All died but Sgt. Garrick, and then took up shop in Chelm. He's been there ever since, and now feels safe enough, despite everything that has happened, to go out and try to survive.