Inside the conference center of a heavily guarded complex in the heart of Kabul are displayed the photographs of 20 men of various nationalities, including five Americans. None of them were military personnel, yet all perished in the line of duty. They were DynCorp International employees—security specialists, linguists and police mentors—who were killed helping to carry out the international community’s ambitious recovery plan for this war-torn country. The company, headquartered in ...


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