Daily Archives: April 21, 2015

French firm receives gov’t training approval

[Translate] French firm receives gov’t training approval Published on April 10, 2015 by David Rider French PMSC training centre receives government approval.  Press Release KARGUS SEA INTERCONNECTION (KSI), Approved Training Centre for Maritime Security(1), Recognized Security Organization(2) and subsidiary of the … Continue reading

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Drop in Somali pirate attacks sparked Drum Cussac administration

[Translate] Drop in Somali pirate attacks sparked Drum Cussac administration in Piracy and Security News 14/04/2015 A “rapid decline in the market demand”, in part brought about by a reduction in the number of attacks on shipping vessels by Somali … Continue reading

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Eeben Barlow Speaks Out (Pt. 4): Rejecting the Racial Narrative

[Translate] April 8, 2015 Eeben Barlow Speaks Out (Pt. 4): Rejecting the Racial Narrative Jack Murphy 20 Comments Unclassified Note: This is part four of a series. You can read part one, part two, and part three here. Related Posts Eeben Barlow Speaks … Continue reading

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Eeben Barlow Speaks Out (Pt. 3): Tactics Used to Destroy Boko Haram

[Translate] Eeben Barlow Speaks Out (Pt. 3): Tactics Used to Destroy Boko Haram Jack Murphy 15 Comments Unclassified Note: This is part three of a series. You can read part one and part two here. Related Posts Eeben Barlow Speaks … Continue reading

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Eeben Barlow Speaks Out (Pt. 2): Development of a Nigerian Strike Force

[Translate] April 6, 2015 Eeben Barlow Speaks Out (Pt. 2): Development of a Nigerian Strike Force Jack Murphy 20 Comments Note: This is part two of a series. You can read part one here. Related Posts Eeben Barlow Speaks Out … Continue reading

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Eeben Barlow Speaks Out (Pt. 6): South African Contractors Withdrawal from Nigeria

[Translate] April 17, 2015 Eeben Barlow Speaks Out (Pt. 6): South African Contractors Withdrawal from Nigeria Jack Murphy 7 Comments Unclassified Note: This is part six of a series. You can read part one, part two, part three, part four, and part … Continue reading

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The U.S. Military has used Civilian Contractors in combat zones since the 1960’s

[Translate] The U.S. Military has used Civilian Contractors in combat zones since the 1960’s Post Date: April 16, 2015 | Category: Around the World In 2014 American troops began returning to Iraq. By early 2015 there were over 3,000 American … Continue reading

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US private security contractors ‘return to Iraq’

[Translate] US private security contractors ‘return to Iraq’ By: Othman al-Mukhtar Date of publication: 18 April, 2015 An Iraqi military source says that private security contractors are once again operating in Iraq, performing a variety of functions from providing security … Continue reading

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Blackwater reveals double-edged sword of using mercenaries

[Translate] Wednesday April 15, 2015 Blackwater reveals double-edged sword of using mercenaries An Iraqi woman walks past a burnt car at the site where Blackwater guards who were escorting US embassy officials opened fire in the western Baghdad neighbourhood of … Continue reading

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Defense Contractor Pleads Guilty to Major Fraud in Provision of Supplies to U.S. Troops in Afghanistan

[Translate] Defense Contractor Pleads Guilty to Major Fraud in Provision of Supplies to U.S. Troops in Afghanistan ForeignAffairs.co.nz 8 December 2014 MIL OSI – Source: United States Department of Justice – Press Release/Statement: Headline: Defense Contractor Pleads Guilty to Major … Continue reading

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