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It was March 12 — less than two months ago. Staff on base routinely flew in smuggled alcohol in such high volumes that a plane once seesawed on the tarmac under the weight. Rogue militia stole enormous generators off the base using flatbed trucks and a foot crane, driving past Sallyport security guards. Right before they were fired, Cole and King had opened an investigation into allegations of timesheet fraud among Sallyport employees. In a call with Sallyport lawyers, they said, they were advised to keep two sets of books about potential crimes and contract violations.
In a statement to the AP, Sallyport said it follows all contracting rules at the base, home to the Fs that are a key to the fight against the Islamic State. US Air Force photo. More than documents obtained by AP, as well as interviews with more than a half-dozen former or current Sallyport employees, show how a contractor ran amok after being hired for lucrative and essential combat support operations.
The investigators and other witnesses describe grave security breaches and illegal schemes that went unreported until the government asked about them. The point behind requiring contractors to employ their own investigators was to limit the waste and corruption that has marred federal security contracting going back to the aftermath of the Sept. That gap illustrates the limits of U.
The morning of March 12, King had gone to church and was still carrying her Bible when she and Cole walked into the office foyer for the meeting with the boss. To their astonishment, they were immediately surrounded by armed security guards and forced to turn over the 9 mm pistols they both routinely carried on the job. In , Rob Cole was a retired California police officer and licensed private investigator when he decided to go to Iraq for a series of contracting jobs.
Like many U. Americans have been at Balad on and off since The extremists ultimately made it to the gates of Balad, which was evacuated. When the Americans went back, they found a looted base largely under the control of Iranian-backed Shiite militias that were supporting the Iraqi government, according to former employees.