Daily Archives: January 12, 2018

Challenging the Strength of the Antimercenary Norm

[Translate] Challenging the Strength of the Antimercenary Norm

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Government outsourcing ‘high-risk’ jobs guarding murderers and rapists at probation hostels to private firms

[Translate] Government outsourcing ‘high-risk’ jobs guarding murderers and rapists at probation hostels to private firms Exclusive: ‘Something serious will happen,’ officers warn amid concern over quality of contracted staff Lizzie Dearden Home Affairs Correspondent @lizziedearden 5 days ago Campaigners have fought … Continue reading

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US Navy Wants to Hire Contractors to Fly Their Own MQ-9 Reaper Drones in Afghanistan

[Translate] US Navy Wants to Hire Contractors to Fly Their Own MQ-9 Reaper Drones in Afghanistan The Marine Corps task force in Helmand Province has an urgent requirement for the unmanned aircraft. By Joseph Trevithick  January 10, 2018 USAF SHARE … Continue reading

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Private Contractor Proposes Site for New ICE Detention Center

[Translate] Private Contractor Proposes Site for New ICE Detention Center By Sara E. Teller – Jan 11, 2018 Image Courtesy of David Schacher/David Schacher Photography, LLC The Management and Training Corporation (MTC), a privately-owned Utah contractor that manages prisons and … Continue reading

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