Modern Warfare Dmitry Bale Costume
You need the following items for your Dmitry Bale from Modern Warfare Halloween costume:
- Tactical Helmet
- Tactical Headset
- Tactical Face Mask
- Tactical Shooting Glasses
- Black Air Gun
- Tactical Jacket and Pants
- Tactical Combat Knee Pads
- Black Tactical Gloves
- Tactical Airsoft Vest
- Glock Gun
- Drop Leg Platform
- Tactical Boots
Staff Sergeant Dmitry Ivanovich Bale is a Spetsnaz operator for the Allegiance faction in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
Dress like Dmitry Bale from Modern Warfare;
Dmitry Bale Costume: Staff Sergeant Dmitry Ivanovich Bale is a Spetsnaz operator for the Allegiance faction in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. To dress like Dmitry Bale from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, you will need a military camo uniform, a tactical headset, a green balaclava and a black airsoft or toy rifle.
Dmitry Bale Accessories: To complete your Dmitry Bale Halloween costume, don't forget to get black tactical gloves, tactical knee and elbow pads, a tactical fanny pack and a tactical vest.
Dmitry Bale Halloween Costume
Dmitry Bale was born in the Soviet Union in 1984. In 2005, Bale joined the Spetsnaz selection along with his brother Maxim "Minotaur" Bale and served in the Spetsgruppa A-Alpha Group in counter-terrorism, where he achieved the rank of Staff Sergeant. Bale and the Minotaur have been described as "inseparable".
In 2009, Bale was seriously injured during the siege of Kurbanov Hospital during the Second Chechen War. Bale suffered a C6 spinal cord injury from a gunshot wound. He was reported dead to Minotaur, who was relieved of psychological trauma and blamed himself for his brother's "death".
Dmitry Bale Cosplay
Bale has been allowed to continue active duty in an administrative role in the GRU. He was fully rehabilitated over five years. In April 2014, he passed the physical requirements to be reinstated in the Alpha group. Bale later served under General Roman Barkov for six months until he filed a formal complaint citing civilian deaths.
In July 2019, Dmitry tracked down his brother and recruited him to the Allegiance in November of the same year.
In March 2020, Al-Qatala's new leader, Khaled Al-Asad, launched an all-out attack on Verdansk in Kastovia. Coalition and Allegiance operators were deployed to Verdansk to stop Al-Qatala under the Ceasefire Initiative.