Chirac served in the Counter Revolutionary Warfare (CRW) wing of the Special Air Service, and saw deployment during The Troubles in Northern Ireland. During an operation to free UN workers held hostage by an IRA faction, Chirac's failure to kill a child volunteer allowed her to set off an explosive which killed herself, the rest of the squad and the UN workers. As a result of this, Chirac was determined to have been responsible for the disaster and was discharged from the British Army.
- Asakura, BIO HAZARD The Wicked North Sea.
- Asakura, BIO HAZARD The Wicked North Sea, pp.16-19.