This is Something I am Keeping in the Event of Death. Journal, Log, Historical Imput, Consider it whatever you want.
Ever since the Outbreak of the Campion Virus, all of the Camps have become Quite Strict and Secure. Many are not even taking Survivors.
Pure Luck is what I consider it, me getting in. Camp St.Vincent, which was the Nearest Evac. Location Established to My Posistion, has barley over 1,500 Count, as of Yesterday. Cmp.S.V. has Maintained Power, the Central Grid is Under Repair to Establish the Full Ammount of Power as Possiable, so C.S.Z's (Civilian Survivor Zones) don't have the Leisures of Power like M.P.Z's (Military Personal Zones). They hardly have Three Blocks Worth of Power, Compared to the Barracks which have Full Lighting, HVAC, and even LAN Internet.
I believe the One Reason I was Considered in was because fo my Prior Military History. United States Air Force, Senior Master Sergeant (SMSgt), 3E8X1 (Explosives Ordnance Disposal). I was on my Way back on a C-130 in Responce to the Incident at Camp Saint Teresa on November 1st. When we arrived in Colorado, the City was in absolute Mayhem. Power was Lost and the National Guard had Secured the City as"NAZ" (No-Admittiance Zone). They Transferred us to Aurora to Buckley AFB for Near a Month, where a Constant Flow of Injured and Dead was Recieved.
On December 29th, a Class 3 Breech was Declaired upon Buckley AFB, and the Base was Declaired "Hostile and Unsafe". Without Warning, North American Areospace Defense Command (NORAD) sent an Order out from Cheyenne Mountian Air Force Station to Initiate the "Hammerdown Protocol" on Buckley. A B-1BLancer was Dispatched, and Suscessfully Dropped on Buckley AFB, but an AA shot it Down before It could Reach Denver and St.Vincent.
At That Time, About Two Sections from Buckley Broke Command and Left the Base before the Lancer Could Fufill the HammerDown Protocol. Section 2AY and My Own Section, 7ET, Took the Humvees that were not completly destroyed, and headed towards Denver.
I have no Idea what happened to Section 2AY, but we Located a Patrol Section from Camp St.Vincent moving through Northglenn and Thornton Suburbs. They Opened up and Engaged us, No Losses on either Side after Communication was Established. They Brought us back to Camp St.Vincent.
Here we are. Stationed at Camp St.Vincent.
I don't have a Good Feeling about this. The Platoon of Marines that is Currently Controlling Camp St.Vincent seem to be using the Survivors as Flak. It's Concerning. They also look down upon our Section, untill our Superior kicked their Dick in the Dirt.
There is something truely wrong with the Chain of Command Here, and If we get the Chance, we are moving out. CO is thinking about snagging the Humvee Cobra's that we came in on and heading towards the Mountians.
They are Requesting the our Section goes and helps out with the Grid Problems, the Camp Command seems to be Intrested in myself and MyWingman, and I don't like that. But for the Time being, it looks like we are stuck here Helping.
I will post as much as I can, but no Promises. Many are Shocked at the Apparence of Zombies. I am Not. It is Just Another Enemy in the Field of Combat.