DynCorp International Honors Defense of Freedom Medal Recipients

FALLS CHURCH, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– DynCorp International hosted the families of 17 employees who were       killed while serving U.S. government missions abroad as they received       the Department of Defense’s Defense of Freedom medal, posthumously       recognizing the contributions their loved ones made for their country.       The honorees were killed while working on … Continue reading

The Uncounted Contractor Casualties

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on May 9, 2011 Your team here at the blog researches every news report or release both military and civilian, injured or killed, Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Libya, Africa.  The Casualties that you will find listed here, The Civilian Contractors blog or at the ACIIA Memorial Page are … Continue reading

New Petition Favors Replacing Congress with SEAL Team Six

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on May 4, 2011 Elite Unit Gets Post-bin Laden Bounce WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report) – In a startling measurement of public opinion since the successful mission to kill Osama bin Laden, Americans in record numbers are signing a petition to replace Congress with SEAL Team Six, the … Continue reading

James McLaughlin, Contractor MPRI, Killed in Afghanistan

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on April 28, 2011 From the Press Democrat.com  April 28, 2011 A Santa Rosa man who had been working in Afghanistan for the past three years as a civilian contractor was one of nine Americans killed Wednesday in a shooting near Kabul International Airport. James McLaughlin Jr., … Continue reading

My Defense Base Act Attorney Lawyer is not responding to my calls or emails

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on April 27, 2011 AWOL DBA Attorneys This is a complaint we hear everyday from Injured Contractors. There are different reasons why this may be happening to you but trust that none of them are good. Do not wait to hear from an ALJ or the DoL … Continue reading

AmrorGroup’s Danny Fitzsimons Faced Charges for Assault Prior to Being So Negligently Deployed

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on April 26, 2011 “If people start to recognise PTSD and do something about it, then at least some good has come out of this horrendous situation. Danny doesn’t deserve this. He has been let down by us, the Army and he has been let down by … Continue reading

Should we care if a contractor dies in a warzone?

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on April 25, 2011 “I’ll say it, because it’s true. If a few contractors get killed nobody seems to care,” he said. “We’ve over-relied on contractors because they’re, like, free.”  Christopher Shays Commission on Wartime Contracting How vital are contractors to U.S. operations in Iraq and Afghanistan? … Continue reading

Tim Eysselinck, Ronco Consulting PTSD Casualty, Seven Years Ago Today

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on April 22, 2011 Tim Eysselinck April 23, 2004 We lost Tim Eysslinck to PTSD seven years ago today. May Ronco Consulting and their lies, CNA, Roger Levy, Gary Pitts, Judge Kennington and all who followed carry the weight of having his family denied DBA benefits to their … Continue reading

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