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MINNEAPOLIS, MN - JANUARY 5, 2006: Kristin Kaszynski, wife of security contractor Kyle Kaszynski, sits in her husband's childhood bedroom while holding a box containing his remains in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mr. Kaszynski was killed December 22, 2005 while working as a contractor for the private military company Crucible in Iraq. The men who decide to work as private security contractors often base their decision to do so upon a combination of a feeling of patriotic duty, a desire for action, and the ability to make a lot of money. Private military contractors work in many of the world’s war zones often with little oversight from any government. Photo by Matt Moyer _______________________________________

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN - JANUARY 5, 2006: Kristin Kaszynski, wife of security contractor Kyle Kaszynski, sits in her husband's childhood bedroom while holding a box containing his remains in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mr. Kaszynski was killed December 22, 2005 while working as a contractor for the private military company Crucible in Iraq. The men who decide to work as private security contractors often base their decision to do so upon a combination of a feeling of patriotic duty, a desire for action, and the ability to make a lot of money. Private military contractors work in many of the world’s war zones often with little oversight from any government. Photo by Matt Moyer _______________________________________<br />
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