Daily Archives: October 18, 2012

The ISAF’s Full Statement

[Translate] The ISAF’s Full Statement October 16, 2012 STATEMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL SECURITY ASSISTANCE FORCE / U.S. FORCES AFGHANISTAN: “The International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces Afghanistan take all allegations of inappropriate behavior by contractors and service members very … Continue reading

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For Benghazi diplomatic security, U.S. relied on small British firm

[Translate] For Benghazi diplomatic security, U.S. relied on small British firm 3:42pm EDT By Tabassum Zakaria, Susan Cornwell and Hadeel Al Shalchi WASHINGTON/BENGHAZI, Libya | Wed Oct 17, 2012 9:52pm EDT (Reuters) – The State Department’s decision to hire Blue … Continue reading

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Statement from Jorge

[Translate] Statement from Jorge Jorge Scientific Corporation (“Jorge”) took decisive action to correct the unacceptable behavior of a limited number of employees that occurred at an administrative living facility in Afghanistan.

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Exclusive: Video Shows Drunk, Stoned US Defense Contractors

[Translate] Exclusive: Video Shows Drunk, Stoned US Defense Contractors By CINDY GALLI, RHONDA SCHWARTZ and BRIAN ROSS (@brianross) Oct. 17, 2012 Cellphone video recorded earlier this year at an operations center of a U.S. defense contractor in Kabul, Afghanistan appears … Continue reading

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War to become a private affair

[Translate] War to become a private affair October 17, 2012 Nadezhda Sokolova, Gazeta.ru Dmitry Rogozin’s recent statement that Russia’s military-industrial commission is examining the creation of a private military sector is a sign that the market of private military services … Continue reading

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Piracy Drops by 54% in Gulf of Aden

[Translate] Piracy Drops by 54% in Gulf of Aden Wednesday, October 17, 2012 Increased security measures help reduce piracy by half in Gulf of Aden – Seatrade Middle East Maritime conference to examine further strategies to quell $12 billion cost … Continue reading

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