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Private Anti-Biohazard Service

The Private Anti-Biohazard Service was an international civilian-organized NGO that operated as an anti-bioterrorism special operations force. Its mission was to strike down bioterrorism and suppress biohazard situations before the damage spread. Its members had learned of the dark side of the Umbrella Corporation and most were direct or indirect victims of their illegal experiments.


The service was created with the goal to bring an end to the global operations of the Umbrella Corporation, resolve incidents of bioterrorism and contain biohazards caused by their biological weapons. It was founded after the destruction of Raccoon City through funding provided by rival corporations of Umbrella in the Federation of Pharmaceutical Companies. Some of these companies sought to use the service to secretly obtain Umbrella's research results.

Although not a public or governmental organization, its was comprised of several elite field groups containing civilians trained to carry out special operations, and its members were specialists in anti-B.O.W. combat gathered from around the world. Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine joined the service to continue their fight against Umbrella. Due to its ample funding, the service possessed enough weapons and equipment to rival a national army.

Operation T-A.L.O.S. (February 18, 2003)

In February 2003, the Russian government received intelligence leaked by Albert Wesker indicating that the Russian branch of the Umbrella was developing a new B.O.W. model and planned to arm unstable conflict regions around the world.

The government deployed the service's Russian branch to raid the Caucasus Laboratory with Redfield and Valentine from the American branch taking part. Although many members were killed during the raid, the survivors managed to secure the perimeter of the facility while Redfield and Valentine destroyed T-A.L.O.S.

After the destruction of Umbrella, the service was reformed as the BSAA (Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance).