My name is Daniel Soulman. After passing my ASVAB and completing my AIT training at Fort Sam Huston, Texas, I finally became a flight paramedic for the United States Army and was assigned to my unit. On April 1, 2033, during an aeromedical evacuation mission, our aircraft was shot down by a group of enemy Iranian soldiers. I was, sadly, the only survivor. When the soldiers came to check the wreckage, they found me and took me as a prisoner of war. I stayed in a P.O.W camp on the island of Stratis for two years. During this time the Canton-Protocol Strategic Alliance Treaty (CSAT) was formed and Operation Magnitude was launched by NATO. One day while I was sitting in my cell, a CSAT officer opened the door and told me to follow him. Along the way to our unknown destination, I was told that I had been chosen to take part in a project called “Modify”. We entered a dark room an I was told to sit down. After taking a seat, the soldier explained what Project Modify was. I was horrified. The military program was for scientists, registered nurses, physicians, respiratory therapists, and paramedics to work together to perform human experiments with the end goal of figuring out a way to genetically modify CSAT soldiers so that they never needed sleep. That night, the other invitees and I got on a Mi-290 Taru (Transport) bound for a military facility above a town called “Lakka” on the Autonomous Republic of Altis, the administrative area of the Republic of Kosmark. The night we arrived, I couldn’t sleep at all knowing that they wanted me to perform human experimentation. I knew that I couldn’t go through with it, so that night I came up with the perfect plan for escaping. The next morning, myself and four others were forced into the back of a Tempest Transport so that we could be moved to the laboratory right above Pyrgos where the experiments were being held. About halfway through the drive, I asked the driver to stop so I that could take a leak. He agreed and I got out of the truck. Once out of sight, I ran as fast as I could through a field and then into a forest. My perfect plan had worked and I had successfully escaped. After that day, I didn’t know what to do. I knew that it was impossible for me to leave Altis since CSAT soldiers were recording every flight and boat that left the island. I decided that staying in the forest would do me no good and so I began investigating my surroundings. I came upon a dirt road and followed it until I reached the town of Rodopoli. As I was walking into the town, I witnessed two SUVs get into a head-on collision. I immediately ran over to see if anyone was hurt. I saw that one over the drivers was fine, but the other had serious injuries on her right leg and had dislocated her left knee. I opened the car door and pulled out the woman and asked if she had any first aid kits and she responded saying there was one in the trunk of her car. I grabbed it and went to work first stopping the bleeding in her right leg. Then used soap and some water to wash out the wound. Next, I applied antibiotic cream to reduce the risk of infection. Finally, I applied sterile bandages to cover the damaged area. After this, I had to deal with the dislocated knee. The first thing I did was straighten out her leg and then grab the splint from the first aid kit to stabilize it. I then had to apply surgical tape around the leg to keep the splint in place. Lastly, I put some padding on the splint to see if it would minimize any pain. Once I was finished with the lady, I called the NHS with her phone, but I left before the medic arrived since I couldn’t take any more risks of being seen. After that incident I realized knew what I would do. From that day forward I walked from town to town helping the injured and sick. Whenever anyone asked me what my name was, I would reply saying that I was just a simple wanderer.