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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Admiral Bob’s Global Security: The Future of PSC? When you absolutely, positively, have to know the future of the PSMC sector read cyberpunk. Huffington Post, Posted: October 30, 2010 07:03 PM By David Isenberg
Sigh, It’s ArmorGroup. Again. At Least They’re Not Doing Vodka Butt Shots Anymore Huffington Post, Posted: October 29, 2010 02:36 PM By David Isenberg
New York Times October 29, 2010 Pg. 10 Inquiry Finds U.S. Official Set A Spy Network In Asia By Mark Mazzetti WASHINGTON – A senior Pentagon official broke Defense Department rules and “deliberately misled” senior generals when he set up … Continue reading
Baghdad to investigate role of Blackwater in deaths By Patrick Cockburn Monday, 25 October 2010 The Iraqi government says that it will investigate whether employees of the Blackwater security company were involved in hitherto undisclosed killings that emerged from the … Continue reading
Afghanistan: Karzai Security Contractor Ban Could Assist Humanitarian Aid Work October 28, 2010 – 2:24pm, by Aunohita Mojumdar President Hamid Karzai’s plan to shut down private security forces in Afghanistan has many military contractors and assorted peace-builders in a panic. … Continue reading
C4ISR services help push CACI to record first quarter Contractor reports revenue of $834 million to start fiscal 2011 * By David Hubler * Oct 28, 2010 CACI International Inc. reported a historic first quarter for fiscal 2011, with a … Continue reading
German Shippers Reject British Plan for Private Anti-Piracy Battleships The organization that represents a majority of German shipping interests has talked down a British proposal to set up a multi-million-euro private fleet to combat piracy off the Horn of Africa.
Russia eyes security firms to defend assets abroad 2010-10-28 09:09 (UTC) By Amie Ferris-Rotman MOSCOW, Oct 28 (Reuters) – Russia is preparing legislation to set up private security firms using ex-soldiers and police to protect its oil, gas and mineral … Continue reading
Karzai puts off security contractor expulsion Afghan President Hamid Karzai has backed down faced with foreign presure and announced that a commission is to decide on a calendar for the abolition of foreign private security firms in the country. It’s … Continue reading
US security firm provides armed escort to curb pirate attack Posted Wednesday, October 27 2010 at 00:00 A private US security firm is working with a Mombasa-based shipping line to provide armed escort to ships using the East Coast of … Continue reading