Originally in charge of "U.S. SOCOM" on the xbox for 6 years. Decided that he would rather play the computer version of Flashpoint: Elite known as Armed Assault II. In the process of switching systems, five of Nizam's members followed him over.
Joining the "15th MEU" as his first computer realism unit, he became an MV-22 Ovspree Pilot. After a few months, him and a few of his friends were talking... fed up about how some of the fireteam leaders and higher up officers weren't doing their part to keep the unit active, they decided to leave and join one of their member's original units.
This unit was known as the "42nd AAR." The 5 friends all joined the ground unit this time and their rank was brought over from the "15th MEU." Nizam was a SNP, which in ground terms made him a Specialist. After going through AIT and a few other missions, he was ranked up to a Corporal, taking charge of his own fireteam known as Hammer 2-2. Going through 4 deployments over the period of being a soldier in this unit, there was finally a coup taking place.
The entire ground unit from ArmA2 and some of the air guys had revolted and left to start a new group called "Catalyst Industries." Nizam was switched to a Hit Team Unit and his rank was also switched to Lead Operator. Eventually, things did not work out. A Private Military Contractor unit is a good idea but as a whole, it would fall apart because there is too much freedom.
This one group of people stuck together as they tested 2 other types of unit: "72ndMR" and "U.S. Coalition Force." 3 years later, as the group finally started to fall apart, Nizam and two of the remaining friends, Kvaley and Seiss, decided to keep up a unit and get something running again. The 3 of them thought of the "26th MEU." Since they started this unit, everything has ran extremely smoothly, from the set up of the ventrilo to the website, and the server.