Errol Black. From a young age has always had issues with authority, although coming from a good back ground and upbringing, he struggled throughout his education as a child, mother coming to the UK during the wind rush period from the Caribbean and Father joining the military at a young age coming to the UK as an officer in the military from one of Britain's African colonies. As a child he prospered academically and physically however, regularly running a foul with his teachers for misbehaving, being suspended from school several times. Due to his strict upbringing from a young age he was a passionate believer in respect being something you earned and not something you were entitled to. As he matured, this passion lead him into further trouble, with the police, resulting in him being arrested several times for minor offences and having a criminal record by the age of 18, completing several community orders. During this period of young adolescence he did successfully obtain three A levels in chemistry, product design and sociology, with the desire to get into the medical field. Although, throughout this period he had been introduced to what some people would call the criminal society, during his community orders which involved him doing community service, cleaning up streets and painting fences, etc. Which saw him socializing with other convicted members of his community. Upon completing his A levels Errol decided to attend the University of Leeds to study Bio chemistry. During his young adult life, Errol became more and more aware of the class differences in the western world and social structures. None the less he completed his first year of study at the University and looked forward to starting his second year. It was during this second year of study where Errol's life was turned upside down as he was implicated in a drug sting which saw several of his friends arrested and some jailed for the production of amphetamines and other class A substances. Errol was arrested although fortunately was not convicted for the crimes however the implications of the investigation saw very little likely hood for him to ever to find employment in the UK in the bio chemistry or in a medical field, with little likely hood of him being allowed to complete his studies. During the investigation Errol saw first-hand the disparity between the treatment of people of African descent and those of an Anglo Saxon background. Being that several of the Caucasian students implicated in the investigation received very minor or no sentences allowing them to continue their studies where as his African peers saw life changing convictions some even seeing imprisonment. The entire event left Errol with a distaste for western social and political structures and a distrust for people of Anglo Saxon decent, compounding his belief's in trust being something you earned, letting very few people into his inner circle of friends and even fewer in of different backgrounds to his. After leaving University, Errol drifted between several low paying jobs, finding work were he could back home in London, spending periods as a chef and even a butcher. During this period back home with his parents his father weighed heavily on him encouraging him to follow in his footsteps and to join the British military, where his criminal record would have little effect on his career opportunities. Errol however had a different perspective believing the British military was no place for a young black man and after seeing the work carried out by aid companies on the news he was inspired and believed it to be a possible direction that would allow him to peruse a career and use his education. After several years of research and much debate with his farther, in early 2014, Errol enlisted in the European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO), as an EU aid volunteer. Completing his training by late 2014, Errol was a qualified aid worker and began his first work in conflict zones in Africa, taking part in several humanitarian projects across the continent. During the years following in Africa, Errol gained the cultural knowledge he sought after, learning how to hunt and basic survival skills from the inhabitants of the several regions he worked in, and although he took no pride in it, during this period he also learnt how to use fire arms. The devastation to community’s and combat he saw left him with a heavy heart, however the humanitarian work he was able to provide always left him with a positive frame of mind. Through the years Errol found joy in his work for the UN earning a paid role and the respect of his peers and his father. It was July 2017 when his unit was called upon to assist in a rapid deployment to Chernarus which would see him assisting a large contingent of doctors and scientist in what he believed was a humanitarian crisis stemming from increased military action in the region. He heard rumours from his colleges about a pandemic of nature’s unknown, however his seniors said nothing of a virus outbreak or use of chemical weapons. Errol's knew little of Chernarus other than the news that had filtered through to the regions he was working. That it had suffered civil war no different from the countries he had been sent to in Africa to provide aid, stemming from western influences this time being Russia. This common denominator being "Western influences", left Errol with a deep sense of compassion for the people of Chernarus, due to the similarity to events occurring in Africa to which he had bared witness too. It also left him with a disdain for Western Politics and people who subscribed to their beliefs. Unfortunately be-known to him, this compassion would land him in turmoil of such gravity he could have never perceived. It was only upon arrival in Chernerus Errol realized the gravity of this operation. The injuries and symptoms of the sick people he assisted in treating were of nothing he had seen before. The wide use of chemical PPE equipment and vast numbers of scientist carrying out test, but lack of information being passed down lead him to believe this was a crisis of nature he had never experienced. The team he worked with made little to no ground in discovering the origin or nature of the virus gripping some of the individuals they attempted to treat however it became more and more apparent over the passing days that containment was becoming more and more unlikely and it was gradually setting in that survival and the need not to be overrun and lose control, needed to become a priority. The constant influx of injured civilians and attacks from those civilians made work constant and days blurred. To Errol it was difficult to identify when hiss colleges started being instructed to pull out but it was clear many saw it as a blessing. For Errol however, the compassion he had for these people weighed heavily on his shoulders, as a result he was one of a few volunteers who opted to assist the few doctors and scientist who wished to complete their work where they could. As the situation worsened extraction became more and more difficult as the injured far outnumbered the healthy. The decision was then made to evacuate their position gathering up what little information the scientist had accumulated and could carry, then make their way off the island from the coast via boat. This plan was unsuccessful to say the least. On the eve of their escape a storm gripped the region, sending Errol over board with several of his companions only to wash up on shore with alone.