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  1. lamokio is offline

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    The owner of Blackwater is Eric Prince

    Their were several shooting in the last few month's including the interior minister's body guard in Iraq. I know several pss operative's in Custer Battle's and aegis Defense system's. They just massacre people they are not under the UCMJ.

    So they can just kill anyone with out any law coming after them . But from what I heard their just fuckin killing anyone and everyone. They will be back the money is just to great 6 month rip 160'000 tax free.

    They need them their because their are certain jobthey can do that the military can't

    The should have let Simon Mann from Executive Outcome's in their and a few South African merc's in their and their problem's would be over. He did awesome in Rhodesia
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    Haha! Ya! More mercs would make the situation better!

    And I think technically they do fall under the UCMJ. It's just never pursued.
  3. lamokio is offline

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    You can get rid of Blackwater but their is 35 more private contractor's their . Wackenhut is pretty big know their. Merc's do a better job than the military protecting diplomat's and politican's sorry to say
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    Quote Originally Posted by lamokio
    The should have let Simon Mann from Executive Outcome's in their and a few South African merc's in their and their problem's would be over. He did awesome in Rhodesia
    A-fucking-men to that. Executive Outcomes kicked some ass back in the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lamokio
    You can get rid of Blackwater but their is 35 more private contractor's their . Wackenhut is pretty big know their. Merc's do a better job than the military protecting diplomat's and politican's sorry to say
    As far as I understood the article, the Iraqis would like to see ALL private contractors' companies leave the country. Besides the coalition forces that is.

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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phrost
    All the more reason why I'm considering reintegrating Sociocide.

    I can't access sociocide from work - blocks as suspected pornography due to language.
    For some reason the blockers at work do not pick up on any content in these threadsbhere but do on sociocide. If you reintegrate it here I don't know whether or not it will be accessible from here or if I will be blocked from reading here at work. Not that it matters in the big picture.


    Edited to add, contractors mercs whatever are the way to go, they are nescessary to keep things going and sending them away will just add to the chaos there.
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    Good riddance to the merc cunts.
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    A number of my friends from the army are working as "private security contractors" in Iraq.

    I worry about them daily.

    Im thinking of looking into signing up myself (the pay and equioment is sooo much better than the army) but I think im too over the hill. Been out of the army for the last five years so im probably too rusty to be considered as an applicant.

    If anyone knows different, let me know which company
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    Honest question: Why is that these contractors are necessary to perform jobs once done by military personnel? Are they really so vastly superior to the military to justify the multi-billion dollar contracts given to these companies? Basically, are we getting our money's worth?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bodar
    Honest question: Why is that these contractors are necessary to perform jobs once done by military personnel? Are they really so vastly superior to the military to justify the multi-billion dollar contracts given to these companies? Basically, are we getting our money's worth?
    Good question on the money's worth.

    But for are they needed. One word: NUMBERS
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