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EG&G offering oppurtunities in Iraq (Anybody that crazy?)

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posted on Jul, 16 2004 @ 04:08 AM
Guys EG&G is one of those shady government contractors that smacks of a CIA front. You have to check out thier page on "Iraq Oppurtunities" and check out some of the requirements. I really love the Working COnditions page, that requires a perspective employee to intial such boxes as

"potential of being catured or detained by hostile forces is possible"
"tempurature from 0 to 120"
and on and on....

The good news is if you are captured you will continue to recieve your 40 hours a week of pay untill they find you....

Were do I sign up

[edit on 16-7-2004 by FredT]

[edit on 16-7-2004 by FredT]

posted on Jul, 16 2004 @ 04:11 AM
Well, on their website they are apparently parented by a company known as URS. This is directly from URS's site

We are a global, full-service organization, approximately 26,000 strong, with offices in the Americas, Asia/Pacific and Europe.

The industry's finest planners, engineers, architects, scientists and program and construction managers make up our professional staff.

Our broad-based expertise is a valued resource for federal, state and local agencies as well as private clients in the chemical, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, forest products, mining, oil and gas and utilities industries.

We serve our clients' needs from 300 offices in more than 20 countries.

In August 2002, URS acquired EG&G Technical Services. EG&G is a leading
provider of technical operations and maintenance services to the U.S.
government, and support services related to global threat reduction and
homeland defense.

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posted on Jul, 16 2004 @ 05:01 AM
EG&G used to make flash lamps and lighting products as well as fast discharge switchs made for triggering nukes. Then I think the military got involved and is now like Lockheed M or the companys that had innocent products to market.

All I can say is that they charge lots for flash lamps. $125US for a flashlamp that has only about 30-40 times the xenon as a small camera flash tube, camera flash tubes are about $1-free if you ask around. Xenon and tungston is expensive, but not that expensive.

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