posted on Feb, 28 2010 @ 01:46 PM
Controversial contractor eligible for lucrative new Pentagon bids:
Washington (CNN) -- Despite revelations in a congressional investigation of a subsidiary's mismanagement and questionable vetting of employees, the
company formerly known as Blackwater could soon win millions of dollars in new job orders for work in Afghanistan.
A subsidiary of Xe, the new name for Blackwater, is eligible to win Department of Defense work worth tens of millions of dollars to train Afghan
police, according to a Pentagon official.
Five companies were qualified to bid on the training and training-support contracts, including Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin Integrated
Systems, ARINC and the U.S. Training Center.
America is going to be in countries like Iraq and Afghanistan for at least 20 years.
They are just getting started with their stay.
Oil and Drugs are very profitable, and once they take over Iran, then it's just the beginning of the New World Order.
If war was suppose to end, then the Military wouldn't get $800 Billion Budget.