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Michael Dunning
Character information
  1. Alias
    Strider
  2. Mental
    Sane and healthy
  3. Morale
    Well positive
  4. Date of birth
    1990-09-05 (29 years old)
  5. Place of birth
    New South Wales, Australia
  6. Nationality
    Australian
  7. Ethnicity
    Caucasian
  8. Languages
    English
  9. Relationship
    Single
  10. Family
    Denise (Mother). Frank (Father) - Status' Unknown
  11. Religion
    Atheist

Description

  1. Height
    170 cm
  2. Weight
    86 kg
  3. Build
    Healthy Athletic
  4. Hair
    Mostly dirty, brown, styled hair (the exception to sweat or mess during field work)
  5. Eyes
    Dark Brown
  6. Alignment
    Lawful Good
  7. Features
    Tattoos of his mother and father's name on neck (Denise & Frank). Sleeve Tattoo on Left Arm (Compiled of skulls, police styled drawings and in the center a medal of honour). Scar on lower left side of bottom lip.
  8. Equipment
    Clothing may vary (Civilian clothes to Military/Police Gear - can vary).
    Weapons (may) include sidearms to shotguns or rifles.
  9. Occupation
    Private Security Contractor
  10. Affiliation
    VALKYRIE
  11. Role
    VALKYRIE Field Officer

Background

Michael Dunning, a former Australian Military officer gone Private Security on the grounds of similar job fulfillment and the feeling and sense of family, that, he did not have outside of his job. He travels to Chernarus as part of a deployment within his security contractors dealings to help strengthen efforts in the war on domestic terrorism. Upon arrival, he immediately sets off with his men, his job at hand to make contact with the police chief in Chernogorsk and begin work on a suspected vessel loaded with explosives seeking port at Cherno. He would organise a plan of action with the cities tactical team, get armoured up and proceed to the port with their plan of action in hand. Upon arrival, it is quite clear something is amiss. Hardly any dock workers and those that are working, all gathered by one area. Dunning directs the Chernorussian Police into tactical positioning as he and a few of his men proceed to investigate. Upon arriving, the dock workers all scramble, not a word said but a corpse, a gunshot wound to the head and what looks to be a detective badge. Dunning proceeds to lower himself down and take a closer look before his fellow officers further back start yelling, followed by gun fire. As he turns, he would find himself in the middle of a war. Seeking cover, the gunfire erupts into a volley of fire. He preps his rifle before peeking cover, engaging any hostile contacts down the port, tapping on the trigger with utmost accuracy. Three officers go down, these terrorists are trained and not messing around. He calls the retreat order, having only 7 officers left to the large onslaught that is sure to follow, he falls back, providing covering fire as they receive returning fire. After a few short minutes, the city emergency sirens begin to flare up, wailing across the city. The terrorist cell immediately stops and in the distance, seen fleeing to the boat, which, surely would have been the vessel they were seeking. Lucky for Dunning and the fellow officers, they survive, however, some did not. A failure in his eyes, disappointment and guilt takes him over. His directive put the other officers in the direct line of fire without adequate training. They proceed back to the Cherno police station before being met by the Chief in a panic. He begins ordering his officers back out before addressing Dunning. He must return to Australia, something is going on here and it is not good. Before the Chief can finish his statement, an explosion is head in the distance, toward the port. Rushing to a window, they see fire and smoke erupt from the port, ships, cargo and machinery. The terrorists rigged the place to blow, most likely an attempt to disrupt and cause major panic. Following this, Dunning refuses to just leave, he must assist in what is going on. After all, 3 officers died under his command, he must do this for them. The Chief would accept his offer of assistance and proceed to fill him in on the situation... Dunning sets out to contain what he can... If he can...

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