Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Contractor Casualties in War Zones Unacknowledged
In a recent opinion piece David Isenberg has written an article about the casualties that contractors have incurred while supporting military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. The point of his article is that the casualties are not tracked in the same way that military casualties are tracked - thus not giving full credit to the contractors contributions. This also lowers the human cost of the war - in terms of what the general public understands as the death toll. Read more in "Contratistas Desaparecidos", Huffington Post, October 10, 2011.