Vadik was born into a proud Russian family. Many times his father would tell him of the once glorious Russia and about how they never once had to bend the knee to anyone. However, although they may have been great, they were not without their fair share of flaws. Long before Vadik's father had been born Russia had been infected with the red scourge and although it made Russia a great nation, it eventually drove Russia into social and economic ruin. Therefore in the Noskov family, one would curse the reds whenever something bad occurred.
When Vadik became of age he enlisted in the Russian Army. He prided himself on serving his country and he gathered valuable combat experience in the Russo-Georgian War. Shortly after the war Vadik retired from the military on good terms. Returning home Vadik was put in touch by an army friend to a small political party known as Rossiyskoye Natsional'noye Yedinstvo (Russian National Unity). The party was built on the principles of making Russia as powerful and respected as they used to be. This, in turn, fostered ideologies such as Islamaphobia, anti-Semitism, anti-communism, anti-immigration, and many other racisms. While their views may have been seen as radical, to Vadik and the rest of RNU, they were merely doing their duty as good Russian and Christians.
A Scret Pro-Russian Rally in the Crimea
2014 brought multitudes of action for Vadik and RNU. The Russian military was pouring into the Crimean Region of the Ukraine and RNU along with many other pro-Russian groups were with them every step of the way eager to reclaim the land that they had lost in 1991. There they were greeted with mostly pro-Russian Ukrainians and RNU's Ukranian satellite group Partiya slov'yansʹkoyi yednosti Ukrayiny (Party of Slavic Unity of Ukraine) who were happy to be back in the motherland. However, not everyone was so happy to see them and many street brawls and even shootouts broke out in the course of several weeks. Quickly the 'country' of the Novorossiya confederation comprised of both the Donetsk People's Republic and the Luhansk People's Republic was established with the initial president of DRP being a member of RNU. After the taking of the Crimea, the RNU realized the power of having satellite groups such as the one in Ukraine and sent Senior RNU member Vadik Noskov to Chernaurus to establish a RNU satellite group there as well.
Over the course of the next two and a half years, Vadik worked on locating all ethnic Russian populations within Chernarus and attempted to rally them for his cause. He was met with considerable amounts of success and started to work on the next item on his agenda. He needed to get Chernarussian people to support his cause as well so he moved his party's operations to South Zagoria. He figured that people living in Chernaurus's poorest region would be more willing to support Russia. Over time Vadik grew to appreciate the average Chernarussian and started to almost value them as much as ethnic Russians; they were all Slavs after all.
Utilizing a stolen BPR, RNU members patrol
With the coming of the Outbreak, Vadik was content staying in South Zagoria where he had a sizable following. The arrival of the VDV gave him hope that Russia was still going to annex Chernarus after all but all good things but come to an end and eventually Vadik had to come to terms that the motherland wasn't coming to save Chernarus. Rather they needed his help. With the new year Russia faced many conflicts both internally and externally. Critical as always of the current government administration, Noskov took matters into this hands and now seeks to protect fellow Russians in these trying times and ensure the passage between Chernarus and Russia is clear.
RNU members in Chernarus during the 2017-2018 Winter