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Daily Archives: January 18, 2012 11:14 pm
Guantánamo commander: Contractors read inmate lawyers’ mail Posted on Tuesday, 01.17.12 By Carol Rosenberg Miami Herald GUANTANAMO BAY NAVY BASE, Cuba — In unprecedented war court testimony, the prison camps’ commander on Tuesday defended a three-tier system of classifying lawyers’ … Continue reading
Connect the Dots in Iraq: Mercs’ ‘R Us January 18, 2012 Oh the places you’ll go as a contractor! Here are three items from post-American Era Iraq involving security contractors: – On January 11 or 12, four American security contractors, … Continue reading
Nairobi Star (Nairobi) Kenya: Ex-UK Military Officers Establish New Security Firm John Muchangi 16 January 2012 Former British military officers have joined their Kenyan counterparts to form one of the largest private security firms in the country. The new company, … Continue reading
Resource centers boost competition for secret contracts By Matthew Weigelt Jan 17, 2012 Restricted websites similar to the Federal Business Opportunities site are boosting competition for sensitive national security procurements, showing that competition is possible in the mysterious world, according to … Continue reading