Born 1988 3rd of July, Denmark, Aarhus. Lived on a farm with his father and mother, as the only child he got alot of attention and was taught to use a rifle for hunting and how to take care of their farm. Tim spent alot of time with his father hunting and fishing. At the age of 16 Tim got interested in military movies and started playing around with airsoft guns. This lead to a point of him looking to perhaps join the military in the future.
At the age of 18 he joined the Danish Armed Forces was first deployed two years later in Afghanistan as infantryman, on return he specialized in sniper training.
Tim was deployed Afghanistan.
The invironment came as a shock. It was hot . He was very restricted and many of the tasks were repetitive. There would day or two without anything happening, but when it did it was utter chaos. The afghanistan invironment is really tough and can be really hard for a western person like Tim. The heat, the dust, the food and it was a process that would repeat itself over and over.
He returns home to Denmark in january 2009.
Tim got interested in the sniper team as he had spoken to them in Afghanistan, he came very close to one of them. Tim decided to join the sniper team, but had to go through the same training as everyone else.
He wen´t through a tough and harsh program that every sniper should go through. He had become an excellent marksman, taught how to observe area´s and stalking targets, he had completed the full training within two years.
Scout snipers are soldiers who has been trained and specialized in gathering information for intelligence purposes and they trained to deny the enemy freedom of movement, this can be done by targeting radiomen, messengers, leaders and other key targets with precision fire, often from a distance or silenced and camoflauged. Scout Snopers will often conduct reconnaissance and terrain surveillance operations. A sniper should be able to deliver long-range precision fire on specific and selected targets. Often a sniper will most likely to have a spotter by his side. A spotter is a soldier which can detect, observe and confirm targets from a distance. They will often calculate the range and wind conditions on certain targets.
One of the key points of being a sniper is taking and having responsibility. You must posses good decision making and always being a level head. A sniper must be able to work on their own and be independent. So when you are not with you´re unit, you must be able to make sound decisions on your own.
1nd Scout Sniper Deployment:
19 March 2011 in Libya, Misrata. One of Libya´s largest cities. The United Nations was working on an immediate ceasefire in Libya, including an end to the attacks against civvilians, a crime against humanity as there had been and ungoing 40 days of siege, shelling and sniper fire upon civillians by Muammar Qaddafi's forces. Even with the UN and Nato in the area, the sniper attacks didn´t stop.
His job keep the civillians safe from sniper fire, this was done by scouting the cities tall buildings as there had been several reports of Qaddafi snipers to be firing upon innocent civillians.
For months he hand his spotter dwelled the city of Misrata, scouting, looking for the snipers nest. The urban warfare was tough it was a busy city of 300.000 civillians. The Qaddafi regime´s troops often are too close to the civillians for snipers to spot or take shots, which makes urban warfare one of the most frustation areas for a sniper. With one confirmed one confirmed kill he is released from duty.
He served 1 year in Misrata and returns home to Denmark to be honoured with the MOS by his Lance Corporal and had approved his complete scout-sniper course in order to receive this occupation.
With the infection spreading into Denmark in 2017, as a small country it was much more simple to secure areas, unlike other larger countries with much higher population would have tremendous issues with the swarm of infected people. Tim was sent to Chernarus to serve alongside the UN. (Not complete yet)