The "Blue Devil 2" is capable of hovering at 20,000 feet for a week at a time while carrying radars, cameras, radio links and computer processors — the airship can also be fitted with “weapons modules,” according to marketing material. The brochure depicts a rotary launcher fitted with 100-pound Hellfire missiles, capable of hitting pinpoint targets up to five miles away. Originally, the company believed those missions would be carried out overseas. But Mav6, whose key executives include former Blackwater employees, is anticipating growing demand from other government organizations.Read more »
‘Gentlemen, We Shot a Judge’ and Other Tales of Blackwater, DynCorp, and Triple Canopy’s Rampage Through Iraq. Every time a Blackwater centurion discharged his weapon in Iraq, the company filed a written report with the U.S. State Department. Blackwater shot Iraq to shit. Here are the reports.Read more »
If you thought evil was taking a nap, I present to you the Snap Scouts! SnapScouts is a cool Android App for kids!
Does your child want to compete with his friends to see who can be the best American?! Does your child want to spy on everyone and everything and funnel the information straight to XE (BlackWater)?! Well, look no further.
Don't let the nagging of common sense, with its warnings of a threat to our privacy, indoctrination of children or the potential of jail-time stop you from signing your kids up. You're gonna get cool badges and prizes, yo!Read more »
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The Senate Armed Services Committee is holding a hearing today on Paravant, a previously little-known subsidiary of Xe Services (aka Blackwater). It caps a six-month investigation by the committee, and it promises to be a doozy.Read more »
Two former employees of Blackwater Worldwide have accused the private security contractor of defrauding the government for years with phony billing, including charging for a prostitute, alcohol and spa trips.Read more »
Iraq has ordered hundreds of private security guards linked to Blackwater Worldwide to leave the country within seven days or face possible arrest on visa violations, the interior minister said Wednesday.Read more »
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