|Affiliations||American Resistance |
Colorado State Police
|Weapon||M249 SAW LMG|
|Appears in||Homefront |
Homefront: The Voice of Freedom
|Voice by||Jim Coleman|
- "You must be the pilot. I'm Boone Karlson. I founded this cell. The U.S. military's gathering near San Francisco. They need fuel. We've got a plan to get it there. But we need you."
- — Karlson enlists Robert Jacobs
Boone was born sometime in 1987 or 1988 and was a former state police officer stationed in Montrose. After the Korean invasion, Boone formed his resistance cell devoted to freeing the American people from their Korean controllers. Boone's resistance cell was situated in a hidden and abandoned suburb known as the Oasis.
Boone arranged the rescue and recruitment of former Marine helicopter pilot Robert Jacobs to recover jet fuel for the U.S. Military in San Francisco. Boone initially joined with Jacobs, Connor Morgan, Hopper Lee, and Rianna in the search for the fuel, but was critically wounded and forced to return to the Oasis. Unfortunately, the Korean People's Army discovered the Oasis and executed everyone while killing Boone for last. This was done in retaliation to the Resistance's recent actions. Boone was left hanging on a swingset with both arms tied up as a statement to the remaining resistance fighters.
- In earlier gameplay, he had the same outfit but was caucasian with a full head of hair and a beard.