At Least 1,596 Civilian Contractor Deaths in Iraq

In case anyone cares Civilian Contractors account for a huge human toll as a result of the Iraq War. There have been at least 1,596  Civllian Contractor Deaths in Iraq There have been at least  46,531 Civilian Contractor Injuries in Iraq At least  533 Civilian Contractors serving in Iraq are … 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

Memorial Service for Contractor Timothy Bell Missing in Iraq

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on April 7, 2011 The family of a contractor missing in Iraq for seven years is holding a  memorial service even though they’re not completely convinced he’s dead. MOBILE, Alabama – The family of a contractor missing in Iraq for seven years is holding a memorial service … Continue reading

Civilian contractor contributions vital to war effort

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on January 31, 2011 There are no less than 14 decorations and other awards specifically intended to honor the service of contractors, subcontractors and government employees. Yet it is rare to find anyone who has benefited from such accolades. DOD awards policies governing civilian military in war … Continue reading

Contractors and the Ultimate Sacrfice, Contractor Casualties Skyrocket

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on September 22, 2010 by Steven L Schooner and Colin D Swan, The George Washington University Law School Thanks to you both for this report. Contractor Fatalities Skyrocket in Iraq, Afghanistan In 2003, contractor deaths represented only 4 percent of all fatalities in Iraq and Afghanistan but … Continue reading

WAR HAZARD RECOVERY: The Top Secret Cost of the Iraq and Afghnanistan Wars

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on August 10, 2010 $8 Trillion for Iraq and Afghanistan Wars does not include Veterans or Contractors Care Contractors currently outnumber troops on both fronts with more on the way. Never does a cost estimate  include the huge DIRTY TOP SECRET WAR HAZARDS RECOVERY Cost’s of the … Continue reading

Our Fallen Contractors

Our Fallen Contractors Posted by defensebaseactcomp on May 31, 2010 An Arlington National Cemetery caisson carries the body of retired Air Force  Col. Michael W. Butler, who was killed while working as a private contractor in  Iraq. (2007 Photo By Charles Dharapak — Associated Press) We’ve had the honor of … Continue reading

The Unknown Casualties

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on May 30, 2010 By David Isenberg at  Huffington Post At the risk of belaboring the obvious we should remember that being a private military or security contractor can be a dangerous job. You can be wounded or killed, even if you are not carrying a gun. … Continue reading

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