by David Phinney
Thursday May 23rd 2024



US Military Breaks Budget to Protect Civillian Workers

The U.S. military has paid $548 million over the past three years to two British security firms that protect the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on reconstruction projects, more than $200 million over the original budget, according to previously undisclosed data that show how the cost of private security in Iraq has mushroomed.

Here’s the story: Security costs soaring.


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