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The private military company Academi - formerly Blackwater and, more recently, Xe - is the proud winner of a no-bid contract that will keep them profiting off Uncle Sam's wars for the next few years, the RT said.
He left the Army in 1994 and founded Sandline International, a controversial private military company at the heart of a political scandal which ultimately brought down the government in Papua New Guinea.
A company well known within Somalia is the disgraced South African-linked private military company Saracen International, which was identified by the UN Security Council as a threat to the peace and security of Somalia.
The 120 million dollar deal given to private military company, Blackwater, by the U.
The Hunger star will play a British agent who teams up with her but is shown to be untrustworthy, while McGregor will play the owner of a private military company.
Taylor claimed it was organisations like private military company Sandline, not him, that brought arms into Liberia's neighbour Sierra Leone, where he is accused of having fuelled war by arming the rebel Revolutionary United Front (RUF) in exchange for so-called "blood diamonds".
In the movie, District 9 is a township-like settlement where South Africa s government wants to relocate the aliens, hiring a private military company called Multinational United to take charge of the operation.
Triple Canopy, a Virginia-based private military company, will replace Blackwater, which operated to protect US government personnel in Iraq.