List of private military contractors
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(Redirected from List of private military companies)
|This article needs additional citations for verification. (January 2012)|
The following is a list of notable private military contractors and companies.
- Sharp End International, Mainly uses Australian and New Zealand ex-special forces instructors
- Unity Resources Group, Australia, based in Dubai - Special Forces and law enforcement veterans from Australia, the US, New Zealand and Great Britain
Dominican Republic companies
- Northbridge Services Group Dominican Republic, with offices in United Kingdom & Ukraine. It's one of the largest private military companies.
|ChOP "Alfa-Tsentr"||Moscow, Russia||Belarus, Chechnya, Dagestan, Eastern Ukraine, South Ossetia||Composed of former spetsnaz operators, provide corporate and personal security services|
|Moran Security Group||St Petersburg, Russia||Russia, Germany, Iraq, Persian Gulf, Red Sea, Sri Lanka, Syria, United States||Headed by a FSB reserve colonel, responsible for the "Slavonic Corps" controversy in Syria|
|RSB Group||Moscow, Russia||Russia, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Turkey, United Kingdom||Largest PMC in Russia|
|ChOP "Viking"||Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia||Russia||Former special forces soldiers MVD and FSB, experienced in combat and counterterrorism|
South African companies
|Aegis Defence Services||London||Iraq, Afghanistan, and others||Contracted by the U.S. department of Defense during the most recent War in Iraq.|
|Control Risks Group||London||Provider of security and armed guards for British Embassies and Consulates|
|Erinys International||Dubai||A joint South African-British private security company registered in the British Virgin Islands.|
|International Intelligence Limited||Eastington, Stroud||Specialist contracts. Operates in the security and intelligence sectors.|
|Sandline International||London||Ceased operations on April 16, 2004|
Main article: List of United States defense contractors
|AirScan||Titusville, FL||US Department of Defense, US Air Force, and a number of private companies|
|Academi||McLean, VA||Consulting. Formerly known as Blackwater and Xe.|
|Custer Battles||McLean, VA||Iraq and oil sector (at present, have ceased operations in Iraq)||Dissolved|
|DynCorp||Falls Church, VA|
|G4S Risk Management||Palm Beach Gardens, FL||Paramilitary security forces of DoD, Energy Department, Savannah River Nuclear Site, and others. Commonly known in the U.S. by its former name, Wackenhut Group.|
|GK Sierra||Washington, D.C.||DHS, CIA, Department of Defense contractor. Also has offices in Portland, OR and field offices in various locations globally.||A holding of Genoa-Knowlton, Inc.|
|ITT Corporation||White Plains, NY||Kosovo|
|Jorge Scientific Corporation||Arlington, VA||Consulting|
|KBR||Houston, TX||Formerly a Division of Halliburton|
|MPRI, Inc.||Alexandria, VA|
|MVM, Inc.||Vienna, VA||CIA and NSA contractor|
|Northrop Grumman||Los Angeles, CA|
|Titan Corporation||San Diego, CA|
|Triple Canopy, Inc.||Herndon, VA||South America, Iraq, Syria|
|Vinnell Corporation||Fairfax, VA||Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iraq|
- CorpWatch : Liberia: Northbridge Services Group Under Investigation
- Galeotti, Mark (May 19, 2013). "Russia's 'Zaslon' Military Operators Are So Shadowy They Make Ninjas Look Like Amateurs". Business Insider. Retrieved May 8, 2014.
- "Reliable Protection". Federal Inform - Federal News. April 7, 2013. Retrieved May 8, 2014.
- "Industry Talk: The Slavonic Corps–A Russian PMSC In Syria". Feral Jundi. January 14, 2014. Retrieved June 11, 2014.
- ""CHASTNOE OKHRANNOE PREDPRIYATIE "VIKING", LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY". Corp. Russia. December 20, 2007. Retrieved May 8, 2014.
- Mirror of Executive Outcomes' official website in 1998, from archive.org. Accessed January 2012.
- Eeben Barlow's autobiography: Executive Outcomes – Against all Odds. Accessed January 2012.
- Norton-Taylor, Richard (April 23, 2009). "Foreign Office to propose self-regulation for private military firms". The Guardian. Retrieved January 2, 2012.
- "Company History". GK Sierra. 2010-05-01. Retrieved 2011-09-09.
- Кинес Кизиитов (2010-09-23). "Israeli 'spies'". RBC Russia (RBC Russia). Retrieved 2011-09-09.