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Book: Contractor Combatants - Tales of an Imbedded Capitalist by Carter Andress

Book Review: Contractor Combatants - Tales of an Imbedded Capitalist by Carter Andress

star rating  3 stars, 1 review
categories: Books, History, Military, iraq war

Author: Carter Andress
Publisher: Thomas Nelson

 Good Story Telling!

This is good story telling! Articulate and slick. But at the end of the day there is still the reality of the conflict of interest in making large, questionable profits at the US taxpayers' expense and while stating the desire to bring democracy and stability quickly to Iraq? A good read and self promotion for the author!

This is a welcome point of view from somebody on the ground in Iraq but the conflict's dynamic and participants are not that one sided or simple. Finally, granting immunity to contractors and making them above the law is hardly in the best spirit of American values for democracy or by leading through a good example to respect rule of law for all people.

Follow the first and primary motivations for contractors writing a book or overcharging taxpayers': money. If they were not motivate by money first, then they would be in the under paid armed forces.

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