Wolf-packs, Task Forces, Squadrons, Attack Groups are just a few of the names for alternative groupings, things outside the familiar, ‘official’ structure of the Fleets and Divisions of KAG. They spring up for different reasons; a specific task, a common interest, creative style.

Some eventually become incorporated into the official structure, others remain informal. This innovation is a function of KAG’s social and creative side rather than its military structure.

KAG grew from an informal collection of fans banding together to share a common interest, into the international club it is today. It is the camaraderie of a group of friends that spawns the morale that turns a conversation pit into a crew. These informal structures are a vital part of KAG’s tradition, avenues of fun and creativity.