Daily Archives: August 17, 2012

Afghan angels

[Translate] Flight International August 14, 2012 Afghan angels Civilian helicopters are relied upon to support the war effort in Afghanistan by transporting supplies and troops – but must endure tough operating conditions Among the operational entities deployed in the war … Continue reading

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Abuzuike O. Ukabam: Humble Officer Bilked Army Through Overpayments In Iraq, Feds Say

[Translate] Abuzuike O. Ukabam: Humble Officer Bilked Army Through Overpayments In Iraq, Feds Say By Richard Connelly Thu., Aug. 16 2012 at 11:00 AM It seemed like a good idea at the time The feds have arrested a former Army … Continue reading

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UN embroiled in private security controversy

[Translate] UN embroiled in private security controversy August 17, 2012  By Rosalind Adams A Global Policy Forum report released last month concludes the United Nations has increased its use of Private Military Security Companies (PMSCs) since 2006 and demands more … Continue reading

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A Few Good Mercenaries

[Translate] A Few Good Mercenaries August 17, 2012: In the last decade the Western media has managed to misunderstand, misinterpret and malign what they like to call PSC (Private Security Contractors). A lot of them were used in Iraq, and … Continue reading

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