My name is Jack Hoffman, and I don't know to who or why I am writing this I am doing well for the most part. I'm not really sure how I feel, I'm more numb than anything now a days. I have killed many men and monsters. I'm a medic from the 75th Rangers of the US military. The outbreak was plastered all over the new and some of the men where excited to go. Others prayed we would not go it looked like a war zone. By the time everything settled down is when we where sent in. We kinda snuck in thru the Black Mountains. I had a strange feeling we where not really supose to be here. But you know the government always poking where the shouldn't. We where to tell the people if any that we came here to help support them. But this land was more hospitipal than we where led on the believe. Most of the men are either dead or MIA and I am all that remains watching over the body's we could save from the monsters that tried to eat the dead. If your wondering why I just haven't left and went home. Well that's easier said than done anyone who tries to leave get either shot or blown up. This land is under quarantine by another government and they wont let anyone leave until everything is dead. I'm surprised they have yet to drop bombs on this place and call it quits. But then again would you waste rockets on this place. The land is beautiful besides the monsters walking around. Scavenging for food is pretty hard the best way is to hunt for food and even then one shot alerts those things to where you are so you have to be quick. I had to kill my best friend a second time the other day. we was killed in the first wave of men that came here. He killed one of the new recruits and was eating him so I gave him a mercy kill then I killed him. I will not forget him and he will be ever so missed. I wonder if the letters I send make it home and I hope his family know I was there for him in his last moments. Well this is the end of the log, I hope I can make it out of here alive. I found a group of survivors I will try and lend them aid in what way I can. This is Jack signing off.