Tucker is dressed in rip-stop cargo pants, a long sleeve shirt, tactical vest and a boney hat. A pair of desert tan combat boots are on his feet.
Name: Tucker Salazar
Equipment: MOLLE Pack, Camelback water carrier (3L), extra set of clothes, tactical vest, M-4 carbine with scope and light, Glock 22, Gerber Multi-tool, 550 para-cord, zip ties, LED flashlight, night vision goggles, gloves, extra batteries, binoculars, ammo, 6 inch folding knife, hammock, poncho, poncho liner. Cigars and Zippo lighter. Sniper Veil. Military Style Sunglasses.
Bio: Tucker learned a lot about tracking from his family. Supposedly, he is part Native American and tracking is a family tradition. He has never had an investigation into his family tree, but, has been impressed with their ability to track. They even started a business as hunting guides and working with law enforcement. Tucker learned the skills and wanted to use them in other ways. Making the decision to join the military he went to a recruiting off and was rejected after it was discovered that he had several trips to juvenile hall. His anger always getting him into trouble. Next, he decided to try his hand at the Border Patrol, one of his familiesí biggest customers. Of course, the background check earned him a quick rejection. With nothing left, he stayed in the family business and worked a lot with the Border Patrol. That didnít make him too happy since he could carry a weapon on any of the jobs. Each time he helped them find the drug mules or a pack of illegals, Tucker was angry inside that he couldnít be getting the credit like the uniformed agents would get.
When he became aware of the Human Hunt, he signed up and started acquire equipment he figured he would need for the trip. Excitement growing in him at the prospect of being able to finally hunt and capture his own prey.
Ons and Offs: See my Ons and Offs.