security force love


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  • n. a privately employed group hired to protect the security of a business or industry


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  • General Marbun takes command at a time of growing security force abuse in the region, as recently documented by Human Rights Watch.


  • His first assignment after boot camp had been as a member of the security force on board USS United States, and he found while he had a natural aptitude for the military lifestyle, he chafed at seeing other, more senior Marines load up in the helicopter and head for land on special missions while he guarded the door to the admiral’s cabin.

    Terror At Dawn


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