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August 27th, 2009
Episode 383 of 1644 episodes
Military contractors bring up many issues which have not been fully explored, says Hammes; loyalty, for example. While we can expect great loyalty from U.S. citizens when U.S. soldiers are indanger, what can we really expect from a Bangladeshi truck driver or a local Iraqi contractor?
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