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Daily Archives: January 17, 2012 1:11 am
Privatizing the War on Terror: America’s Military Contractors Monday, January 16, 2012 Opinion Rev. John Whitehead by John W. Whitehead “Of all the enemies to public liberty war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded because it comprises and develops … Continue reading
Three killed as civilian helicopter crashes in Afghanistan Jan 16, 2012, 12:42 GMT Kandahar, Afghanistan – A civilian helicopter crashed in the southern Afghan province of Helmand Monday, killing all three foreign nationals on board, the authorities said. Helmand’s deputy … Continue reading
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot January 16, 2012 Defense Contracts Don’t Always Add Up By Robert McCabe, The Virginian-Pilot It sounded like a windfall. In January 2008, Virginia Beach-based ADS Tactical Inc. announced it had won defense contracts worth up to $4 billion … Continue reading
The Legacy of Burn Pits Posted by defensebaseactcomp on March 23, 2010 At the Injury Board Richard Ronald Guilmette of Enterprise, Alabama, was always a man’s man. The one-time personal trainer was active in kickboxing and Taekwondo when he joined the … Continue reading
January 15, 2012 Flexing Muscle, Baghdad Detains U.S. Contractors By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and ERIC SCHMITT BAGHDAD — Iraqi authorities have detained a few hundred foreign contractors in recent weeks, industry officials say, including many Americans who work for the … Continue reading
Increased airport security opens up contracting opportunities By Marjorie Censer, Published: January 15 Since the Department of Homeland Security was founded and traveler security ramped up, local contractors have found new opportunities in biometric technology used for airport screenings and at … Continue reading