As a child in New Mexico, LOW-LIGHT was afraid of the dark, timid with animals, and shy of loud noises . . . until one precarious hunting expedition with his father. Low-Light somehow lost his way in the impenetrable darkness. He wasn't found until three weeks later with his flashlight, a .22 rifle, and a grin from ear to ear. Ten years later, he became an instructor for the Army gunnery school at Ft. Benning. Low-Light is also a self-taught expert on image intensification.
"The Sarge likes to have Low-Light along during night time missions. It's amazing to watch him guide the Marauders to their destination behind enemy lines, complete their objective, then get them out of there, all under a blanket of pure blackness! It's crazy, but Low-Light sees better in the dark than he does in the light."