Aug 29, 2017 · The reasons are as obvious as they are compelling: Last week, President Trump announced his "new strategy" to end the war in Afghanistan, the longest war in American history.
This is an excellent little piece by John Stossel.He is a Libertarian and brings forth some interesting points of view in regards to private industry vs government. He has a book that delves further into his ideas.
Did you know that private contractors in Afghanistan outnumber U.S. troops three to one?
The Private Security Monitor has compiled a list of country level regulations regarding private military and security services. Countries from Angola to Zimbabwe and their relevant laws are listed.
Cellphone video recorded earlier this year at an operations center of a U.S. security contractor in Kabul, Afghanistan appears to show key personnel staggeringly drunk or high on narcotics, in what former employees say was a pattern of outrageous behavior that put American lives at risk and went undetected by U.S. military officials who are ...
Aug 07, 2017 · The White House is actively considering a bold plan to turn over a big chunk of the U.S. war in Afghanistan to private contractors in an effort to turn the tide in a stalemated war, according to the former head of a security firm pushing the project. Under the proposal, 5,500 private ...
A security guard keeps his gun at the ready in Kabul, Afghanistan. Private security contractors are paid vast sums of money to guard aid projects and foreign embassies, but the military are often called to save them
What happens when private security appoints itself judge, jury, and executioner. What happens when private security agents are the law-breakers, tormentors and villains?
Establishing a Police Force for Afghanistan The Afghan Interim Authority (AIA) was established on December 22, 2001, seventeen days after the signing of the Bonn Agreement. 1 The Bonn Agreement provided the AIA with the internationally recognized powers to manage all aspects associated with self-governance.
Supporters of a continued U.S. role in Afghanistan argue that it is in the national interest to prevent Afghanistan from again becoming a base for terrorists.
"Although it is infrequently mentioned, and it is often unfashionable to say, the truth about most private military and security contractors is that they are mostly regular folks
David Isenberg. David Isenberg is an independent researcher and writer on U.S. military, foreign policy, and national and international security issues.
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY W.G. DUNLOP Iraqi soldiers receive training by foreign contractors in the Besmaya military base in southern Baghdad on April 24, 2012.
A private company has proposed that the US government pay it millions to undertake intelligence and covert operations.
List / Directory of Private Military Companies (contractors, firms) or PMCs by capabilities (e.g. operating in conflict zones or reconstruction environments), service sector (e.g. military training, protective security) and security solutions (e.g. counter-piracy, logistics, and defense support): the private military industry consolidated!
Mar 14, 2010 · KABUL, Afghanistan — Under the cover of a benign government information-gathering program, a Defense Department official set up a network of private contractors in Afghanistan and Pakistan to help track and kill suspected militants, according to military officials and businessmen in Afghanistan ...
If U.S troops are substituted for private contractors, then there must be a change to U.S. laws controlling the use of private security contractors in a combat role.
The only interests the west has in Afghanistan are trade, miniscule, and our own security. Security is 2 parts. One, ensuring they do not attack us.
Dec 11, 2017 · But Slyshkin's name won't be found among the Russian Defense Ministry's official casualties in the fight against Islamic State extremists. That's because the young man who left his hometown of Ozyorsk in the Ural mountains was one of thousands of Russians deployed to Syria by a shadowy, private military contractor known as Wagner, which the ...
Data and statistics on the global private military and security industry, including specific data on contractors working for the United States. The data has been compiled by academic institutions, think tanks, industry associations, and governments.
Private Military Contractors (PMC) are mercenaries, soldiers and other combatants employed by a private company or other organization and fighting on behalf …
This story first appeared on the TomDispatch website.. Outside the United States, the Pentagon controls a collection of military bases unprecedented in history. With US troops gone from Iraq and the withdrawal from Afghanistan underway, it's easy to forget that we probably still have about 1,000 military bases in other peoples' lands.
Thousands of Russian private contractors fighting in Syria Proxy fighters have played a key role in Syria, and their secret deployment has helped keep the official Russian death toll low
Academi is an American private military company founded in 1997 by former Navy SEAL officer Erik Prince as Blackwater, renamed as Xe Services in 2009 and now known as Academi since 2011 after the company was acquired by a group of private investors.
A Washington Post investigation in 2010 identified almost 2,000 companies working on counterterrorism, homeland security and intelligence. The Office of Management and Budget revealed in 2014 that more than 5.1 million people — including over a million contractors — held security clearances.
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