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An Unorthodox Soldier Paperback – October 1, 1999
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Sandline is no more. But Lieutenant-Colonel Tim Spicer is now at the head of Aegis, the most prominent PMC operating in Iraq, where many of the services alluded to in his book are being effectively deployed in the manner he envisaged.
This book obviously is good topic for debates regarding the pros and cons of UN peacekeeping, how they have failed, and how PMC's may be used to protect the weak from the thugs and bandits that prey on them.
The one downside of this book is the very small font print. Larger font print would have made the book much easier and enjoyable to read. If one has poor vision, this book would be very difficult to read.
Overall, the book provided a good viewpoint on PMC's and the questionable efforts of the UN in protecting those who are in need.