Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice and a Master's Degree in Forensic Science. Joined the FBI in 2013 and still considers himself to be an agent to this day. After two years of working white collar crimes and bank robberies, Foster was sent back to Quantico Virginia for training. He then transferred to the Washington DC field office to work in a counter-terrorism task force. In 2017, the FBI heard rumors of a disease spreading through Chernarus, but it was much more than that. The FBI decided to send Foster and his task force, who had experience with bioweapons and evidence collection, to Chernarus to try to find out what was happening. Determining if this was a weapon or just an unfortunate plague was the Bureau's top priority. However, this was outside of their jurisdiction, so the group of 4 agents had to be discreet with their investigation. The agents arrived at the Krasnostov airfield where they were met with military presence. Mass evacuations were taking place. Mass panic caused departing flights to delay. Soon, fights broke out. As the days went on, the agents realized this was much more than they could handle and needed an evac. The runways were littered with military vehicles and bodies, there was no way an aircraft could land safely. Days turned to weeks, the agents were attacked often. To Foster, it seemed each day brought the death of a teammate, until he was the only one left. He continues to investigate this case and still considers himself an FBI Special Agent. He seeks assistance in his efforts, and hopes to find a large group to settle in with until he can make it back home.