CNA Faces Criminal Probe over Iraqi’s unpaid death benefits

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on May 23, 2011 U.S. insurer faces criminal probe over Iraqis’ unpaid death benefits By T Christian Miller at ProPublica   May 23, 2011  and The LA Times An administrative law judge has referred a U.S. insurance company for criminal investigation after the firm failed to pay … Continue reading

500 Hidden Victims of Terror War

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on November 29, 2010 New probe into MoD’s contractors The Ministry of Defence has suffered twice as many deaths in the war against  terror than have previously been reported. There have officially been 524 deaths of troops and civilians working for the  MoD in the Iraq and … Continue reading

Are UK Companies on American contracts violating UK law and hiding behind the DBA Exclusive Remedy?

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on October 6, 2010 Posted by our Brit Guy Thanks to a landmark ruling in the House of Lords.  A ruling as far back as August 2006 The decision means that a traveler claiming against a party insured outside of England and Wales is entitled to UK … Continue reading

Zombie Contractors, The Pentagon’s 100 Billion Dollar Boondoggle

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on September 5, 2010 by Gordon Duff at Veterans Today PENTAGON SCAM ENRICHES “REVOLVING DOOR” BUDDIES A water truck backs up to the Euphrates River in Iraq.  The driver, a Ugandan or maybe an Ethiopian, gets out, lowers a hose into the sewage ridden flow and fills … Continue reading

Overseas Contractor Count 1st Quarter FY 2013

In 1st quarter FY 2013, USCENTCOM reported approximately 136,000 contractor personnel working for the DoD in the USCENTCOM AOR.  Crossposted from Danger Zone Jobs please visit their site   This report updates DoD contractor personnel numbers in theater and outlines DoD efforts to improve management of contractors accompanying U.S. forces.  … Continue reading

State Department Says no more TCN PSD’s

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on August 19, 2010 ALCON, ·         The ADPM announced today that the DoS has finalized their decision to remove TCNs from PSD positions due to the requirement for secret clearances. ·         There will be a transition plan to replace TCN personnel with US as they arrive starting … Continue reading

US Gov contractors have 20 days to get those illegal workers out of Iraq!

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on July 25, 2010 According to a recent memo to ALL CONTRACTORS IN IRAQ from COL Nolan  of the Centcom Contracting Command, ALL contractors in Iraq have 20 days to  repatriate (send home) third country nationals who’s countries prohibit travel  to Iraq. This includes among others, the … Continue reading

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