"My name is Jordan Giddy and i am an British spy. On June 20th 2017 my black ops team was deployed to Chernarus on a recon mission. After martial law was declared we received intel that one of our sources had gotten intel of a potentially biological attack originating out of Chernarus. Given our source being what we considered very reliable and the current state of the province at that time it seemed more than likely to be true. My team were quickly tasked with going to investigate the nature of their military operations and what exactly this biological attack may be. We were airdropped onto the coast of Chernarus a little south of kemenka during the night so as not to attract attention. Upon arrival of the military base i was set up a few clicks out with my SVD. We were given their weapons so that in the event we were caught our weapons would not lead back to our country as this operation was totally off the books. It looked to me to be some kind of containment protocol. i was writing down what i was seeing for a later briefing with my team when i was knocked unconscious. I awoke in a cell next to what i now know are undead. In fact i was surrounded by them. Every side of my cell was completely covered by rotting bodies and i could only assume that a good amount of time has passed but i still cant be sure how much. One of the dead ones had the keys dangling from his key chain i quickly grabbed them and yanked them from his belt i felt the warm breath of its blood soaked mouth. I took the knife from the chest of the dead one against the door and one by one began stabbing. After roughly half an hour of getting nowhere i realised the destruction brain was what made them stay down and i 1 by 1 took care of the ones surrounding me and released myself. I don't know how long i was in there or what happened to my team but one things for sure that biological attack was real and the threat is ongoing. My team is still out there and i'm going to find them. If you're reading this please send help to Chernarus. We are going to need it."