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KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - NOVEMBER 1, 2005: Private security contractor, Neil Gary, 26, a former US Marine, instructs a driver to move his car while working to provide security for a convoy in Kabul, Afghanistan. Gary and his fellow security contractors often wade into traffic yelling at drivers to get out of the way. Gary works for the private military company Crucible providing security for U.S. State Department contractors in Afghanistan. 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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KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - NOVEMBER 1, 2005: Private security contractor, Neil Gary, 26, a former US Marine, instructs a driver to move his car while working to provide security for a convoy in Kabul, Afghanistan. Gary and his fellow security contractors often wade into traffic yelling at drivers to get out of the way. Gary works for the private military company Crucible providing security for U.S. State Department contractors in Afghanistan. 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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