Skip to comments.Pentagon Extends Kenya, Djibouti Military Support Contract
Posted on 06/11/2012 12:52:24 PM PDT by Steve Peacock
The U.S. Dept. of Defense says it awarded a no-bid military facility support contract in Africa as a critical move in support of global counter-terrorism activities. PAE Government Services, Inc., which already is working in Camp Lemmonier in Djibouti (CLDJ) and Camp Simba in Kenya, recently received a nine-month contract extension to continue providing base operations services.
The estimated cost of the contract extension is blacked out in a new Justification & Approval document. Despite being blacked out, however, an electronic document that the Monitor located via routine database research intermittently displays a $65 million estimate for the June 1, 2012- Feb, 28, 2013 period.
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I smell O’bummer...
I had never seen and to this day have never seen still cockroaches as big as were in the barracks when my P-3 crew RON'd at Djibouti.
I swear we slept with the lights on and launched early the next day.
Obi has to protect his “Fatherland...”
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