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Thu Aug 26, 2021, 12:04 PM

1. Why not? Every aspect of the military has been privatized

to some degree. A Quick google hit came up with this one, but there are tons of private military corporations all over the globe
Chameleon Provides Specialized Military Training To Help Units With Their Mission At Home And Abroad
For example, Chameleon provides U.S. Army Stryker Brigades with Predictive Profiling Courses as part of their Language Enabled Soldier (LES) Program. Counterintelligence, special forces, security and field units have been turning to Chameleon for its exceptional curricula and the subject matter expertise of its trainers.

Chameleon trainers have unique field experience, and cultural and linguistic knowledge which includes:

HUMINT source operation in a Middle Eastern environment.
Security Questioning experience for road blocks, border crossings, open environments, and more.
Experience in interrogation and intelligence-driven questioning.
Fluency in both formal (al-FuSHaa) and colloquial (aammiyya) Arabic.
Experience in counter-intelligence operations.
Personnel screening.
Experience in enemy simulation and red teaming.
Tactical military operations in an urban Middle Eastern environment.
Predictive Profiling expertise.

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