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chapter 2 of "Making a Killing: The Business of War": Privatizing Combat, the New World Order

Author: Laura Peterson, Center for Public Integrity, Published on: 28 October 2002

...ICI is one of several companies contracted by the State Department to go into danger zones that are too risky or unsavory to commit conventional U.S. forces. It also has been active in conflicts in Haiti and Liberia [in addition to Sierra Leone]...a nearly two-year investigation by ICIJ [International Consortium of Investigative Journalists] identified at least 90 private military companies, or PMCs (as some of these new millennium mercenaries prefer to be known), that have operated in 110 countries worldwide. [includes reference to Kellogg Brown & Root, a subsidiary of Halliburton; Booz Allen Hamilton; BDM, owned by the Carlyle Group; Armor Holdings; L-3 Communications; MPRI; Sayeret Group; Pistris Inc.; Trojan Securities; TASK International; DynCorp; ICI]

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Related companies: Booz Allen Hamilton Carlyle Group DynCorp Halliburton KBR L-3 Communications MPRI (part of L-3 Communications)