In my recent Antiwar.com piece on the Aegis security contract in Iraq, I mentioned that some of the company’s contractor briefings were accessible on the internet via Google.
That no longer appears to be the case, but the material that was available provided a unique insight into a contract that has since become the subject of renewed controversy. They also present an interesting picture of the situation in Iraq, although one that has to be treated with a great deal of caution. Accordingly, I have reproduced some of the relevant documents below the fold.
ROC National Weekly Summary
Special Intel Products
Six Month Outlook – from early 2007