KILO detachment consists of a tier-one collective of the Union's primary conscript arm, based within the dense jungle of Sector Two. Rough approximations determine their region of operation as stretching from the eastern border of Bolivia to the rural outskirts of City Five. Due to their nomadic and itinerant modus operandi, their exact location is unknown.
The group was initially established as a hunter-killer force designed to disrupt cartel activity within Latin America. Notably, the Cártel de Santa Cruz, who have positioned outposts amongst Mato Grosso, San Ramón, and the Tocantins. These elite soldiers lack in number, and as a result, they are deeply embedded in the region. Outside contact is minimal and logistical support is rarely provided.
Members of KILO are incredibly experienced in irregular warfare and possess a lethal skill set.
They pose a formidable threat to resistance or cartel activity within the isolated exurban areas of South America.