09/03/2009 - The State Department has assigned diplomatic security staff to watch over ArmorGroup security contractors in Kabul as new allegations surface that the company retaliated against one of its whistleblowers.
09/02/2009 - Members of the private military contractor community are flabbergasted that the private military contractor who allegedly murdered two colleagues in Iraq last month was even hired, reports The Independent.
09/02/2009 - The ability of ArmorGroup North America (AGNA) private security guards to adequately and honorably protect the U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan has once again been called into question by an independent watchdog organization, reports The Washington Post.
09/01/2009 - Two security guards at New York City's George Washington Bridge have been fired for napping on the job, after photographs of them snoozing surfaced on the Internet, reports The Daily News.
08/10/2009 - A night of vodka drinking early on Sunday morning in Baghdad's Green Zone ended in two private military contractors dead, one Iraqi national wounded, and one private military contractor in custody, allegedly for shooting the other three men after an argument broke out.
07/09/2009 - Investigators were able to pass through monitored security checkpoints and enter level IV federal facilities, such as congressional office buildings, without being stopped by guards, according to a new Government Accountability Office report on the Federal Protective Service's guard force oversight. That was just one of the shortcomings highlighted.