|Nicholas Alexander Norem|
|Date of Birth||1962 (Supposedly)|
|Date of Death||2000|
|Occupation||US Armed Services Undercover Operations|
Nicholas Alexander Norem real name Nikolai Novochev, was found in 1998 floating near the island of Ilze Island. A passing tanker found the soldier and quickly saved him, though he had no memory of his history. He came up with the name of Nicholas Norem after having a slight flashback and soon came to the United States. He then joined the US Army in 1999, and by 2000 was at the rank of Sargeant.
Early History Edit
"US Tanker Finds Man Floating At Sea!"
-New York Times Headline, 1998
In 1998, near the island of Ilze Island, a tanker known as The Edmundsen, found a man who seemed to have been drifting in the water for weeks. He was brought aboard and asked if he was alright, though he could not remember his name, he didn't speak. For three days, he remained in the lower confounds of the large ship trying to remember who he was. When they reached New York Harbor, the man enter the captain's quarters and spoke "I am Nicholas Norem, that's all I know..." In New York City, he was founded by US Army recruit and was asked to join the Army to help fight the Persian Gulf War... He accepted and began basic training, in which Nicholas excelled at. After Basic Training, he went to school and managed to be promoted from the rank of Private to that of Sargeant.