Sandline is a Private Military Company (PMC) focusing on conflict resolution. The company works worldwide and is resourced by professionals with many years of operational experience at senior rank within first world armies.
16 April 2004: Closure of Sandline’s operations
[Comment]

13 April 2004, Guardian, Rifkind made head of Iraq security firm
[hotlinks, Other Companies]

13 April 2004, Washington Post, More limits sought for private security teams
[hotlinks, General Interest]

12 April 2004, Time, When private armies take to the front lines
[hotlinks, General Interest]

9 April 2004, MSN, Hired guns – what to do about military contractors
[hotlinks, General Interest]

8 April 2004, Washington Post, Under fire, security companies form an alliance
[hotlinks, Other Companies]

6 April 2004, Washington Post, Private guards repel attack on US headquarters
[hotlinks, Other Companies]

2 April 2004, Chicago Tribune, Iraq violence drives thriving business
[hotlinks, General Interest]

2 April 2004, Christian Science Monitor, Private firms take on more military tasks
[hotlinks, Other Companies]

1 April 2004, BBC, Outsourcing the war
[hotlinks, Other Companies]

1 April 2004, San Francisco Chronicle, Horror at Fallujah – 4 US contractors die
[hotlinks, Other Companies]

1 April 2004, CNN, Blackwater aids military with armed support
[hotlinks, Other Companies]

30 March 2004, New York Times, Big pay luring military's elite to private jobs
[hotlinks, General Interest]

28 March 2004, San Francisco Chronicle, Global security firms fill in as private armies
[hotlinks, General Interest]

28 March 2004, Independent, Britain’s secret army in Iraq
[hotlinks, General Interest]

25 March 2004, Economist, Mercenaries: the Baghdad boom
[hotlinks, General Interest]

22 March 2004, AlterNet, Mercenaries ‘R US
[hotlinks, Other Companies]

22 March 2004, Comment: New York Times corrects inaccuracy
[Comment]

19 March 2004, Brookings Institution, Dogs of war go corporate
[hotlinks, Publications and Views]

19 March 2004, The Herald, SAS fears losing men to American ‘mercenary’ force
[hotlinks, General Interest]

19 March 2004, Comment: If it worked before, why not again?
[Comment]

18 March 2004, Economist, The fog and dogs of war
[hotlinks, General Interest]

18 March 2004, Washington Post, More private forces eyed for Iraq
[hotlinks, General Interest]

18 March, Baltimore Sun, Security businesses, black market in guns thrive
[hotlinks, Other Companies]

18 March 2004, Chicago Tribune, S Africa strains to keep lid on mercenaries
[hotlinks, General Interest]

15 March 2004, The Star, Would it be so terrible if the dogs of war bit?
[hotlinks, Publications and Views]

11 March 2004, BBC News, Mercenaries in Africa’s conflicts
[hotlinks, General Interest]

5 March 2004, The Age, US hires mercenaries for Iraq role
[hotlinks, General Interest]

4 March 2004, Associated Press, UN intends to hire a security firm
[hotlinks, General Interest]

3 March 2004, Mail and Guardian, SA’s ‘security experts’ defy the law
[hotlinks, General Interest]

2 March 2004, Democracy Now, Head of US security firm that guarded Aristide speaks out
[hotlinks, Other Companies]

27 February 2004, Daily Star, Privatizing peace and security: a Hobbesian dilemma
[hotlinks, Publications and Views]

26 February 2004, Stuff (NZ), Mercenaries can offer humanitarian protection, MPs told
[hotlinks, General Interest]

21 February 2004, Scotsman, Special forces quitting to cash in on Iraq
[hotlinks, General Interest]

15 February 2004, News24, South Africans streaming to Iraq
[hotlinks, General Interest]

15 February 2004, Newsday, Start-up company with connections
[hotlinks, General Interest]

14 February 2004, NY Times, Private US operatives on risky missions in Colombia
[hotlinks, General Interest]

13 February 2004, News24, War hero: I was a mercenary
[hotlinks, General Interest]

10 February 2004, The Star (SA), Are we fighting foreign wars?
[hotlinks, Publications and Views]

9 February 2004, Federal Times, DoD drafting new rules for wartime contractors
[hotlinks, General Interest]

4 February 2004, Cape Times, Hired guns from SA are flooding Iraq
[hotlinks, General Interest]

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