Private Contractors Are Doing America’s Dirty Work, So the Army Can Seem Squeaky Clean

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At present most of the US war in the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa is carried out by private mercenaries.

ThereAreNoSunglasses

Washington is fighting a lot more conflicts than the public knows — and it’s done with black budgets and private armies

It’s a $150 billion industry

It is no secret that the last couple decades saw an abrupt increase in the number of private military companies or private security contractors (the so-called PMCs), the overall budgets of some of which can easily surpass the military budgets of certain sovereign states.

The turning point in the creation of those companies occurred in 1995 during the military operations conducted by the Armed Forces of Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina against the Serbian troops, when the right to carry on hostilities was outsourced by a number of security contractor firms.

There can be no second opinion about Washington’s being the most adept at employing the PMC concept, since…

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