When soldier Adam Winfield opens up to his family and the government about the group of soldiers he's been deployed with, all hell breaks loose.
Like many soldiers, they have been primed and ready to kill the enemy and become heros in the process. When their jobs shift from wielding weapons to building schools and restoring shelters, the soldiers become resentful and look for a means to get the adrenaline pumping combat they were promised. They form a self described “Kill Team” and go in search of innocent civilians. They stage killings, plant weapons on the dead, mutilate the bodies for war trophies, take kill photos, and return to base to a heroes reception.
Dan Krauss' film is disturbing to say the least, but a long hard look at a problem that has existed for centuries.