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private contractors

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Mr. Mang, Jan 9, 2005.

  1. Mr. Mang

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    private contractors

    Discussion started by Mr. Mang - Jan 9, 2005

    Where is KaBar when you need him... I was curious if anyone knew anything about private contractors/security - like the guys in Iraq and Afghanistan. I've tried looking around and haven't found much information on it... (becoming one, job description and specs, pay, etc.).

    I was just curious..
     
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    T=E=A=S=E - Replied Jan 9, 2005

    definately not something you should be looking to become...

    /bad idea most definately.
     
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  3. test pattern

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    test pattern - Replied Jan 9, 2005

    a man i know is making $260,000 a year. he's an ex-ranger, though, as well as a total badass. if you can handle it, it definitely is something you could consider.
     
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    TuffKid - Replied Jan 9, 2005

    whos next to get there head cut off?
     
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  5. Ferris Bueller

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    Ferris Bueller - Replied Jan 9, 2005

    Oh. I think you mean a mercinary?

    "Private Contractor" is just the stupid name the media has been giving them.
     
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    Mr. Mang - Replied Jan 9, 2005

    yeah mercenary. whatever.
     
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    Giving Tree - Replied Jan 10, 2005

    well, as far as I know, you NEED credentials to get a job, like serious ranger training, special ops, stuff like that.

    yeah pay is about 500 a day. I know my friend from turkey told me that his personal bodyguard was paid right around 350 a day, he was from America and had special ops training. My buddy was a rock star over there, but then the mandatory military enrollment came into place and he ran from the country, so he hired this guy to help get him out of there.

    it's super dangerous work I guess. but you draw the pictures, so why wouldn't you be a perfect fit.

    on another note, you should trade me some work. I need more stuff like yours around my house. p.m. me.
     
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    FunktionOne - Replied Jan 10, 2005

    I know private contractors helped build the death star, and were then killed when a fleet of jedi warriors attacked without mercy.. god honest truth
     
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