Daily Archives: January 2, 2017

Understanding market segments and competition in the private military industry

[Translate] Understanding market segments and competition in the private military industry

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Analysis of security contractors in deployed environments

[Translate] Analysis of security contractors in deployed environments

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Economics of military outsourcing

[Translate] Economics of military outsourcing

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Financial analysis of outsourcing the Helicopter Combat Support Mission aboard Military Sealift Command ships

[Translate] Financial analysis of outsourcing the Helicopter Combat Support Mission aboard Military Sealift Command ships

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Vertical integration and the military – a strategic approach to outsourcing decisions of the Department of Defense

[Translate] Vertical integration and the military – a strategic approach to outsourcing decisions of the Department of Defense

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Privatising security: the limits of military outsourcing

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Military Out-sourcing: Observations, Opportunities, Conflicts and Recommendations

[Translate] Military Out-sourcing: Observations, Opportunities, Conflicts and Recommendations

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Rus, Varangian and Frankish mercenaries in the service of the Byzantine Emperors (9th-11th c.) Numbers, Organisation and Battle Tactics in the operational theatres of Asia…

[Translate] Rus, Varangian and Frankish mercenaries in the service of the Byzantine Emperors (9th-11th c.)  Numbers, Organisation and Battle Tactics in the operational theatres of Asia…

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From subject to citizen, or, “At once everyone seemed to come alive”: Hessian mercenaries gain autonomy and self define during the American Revolution, 1776-1783

[Translate] From subject to citizen, or, “At once everyone seemed to come alive”: Hessian mercenaries gain autonomy and self define during the American Revolution, 1776-1783

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Soldiers of Misfortune: The Angolan Civil War, the British Mercenary Intervention, and UK policy towards Southern Africa, 1975-6

[Translate] Soldiers of Misfortune: The Angolan Civil War, the British Mercenary Intervention, and UK policy towards Southern Africa, 1975-6

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