Rapid Fire 2010-05-07: KBR Troubles
- NATO chief says it would cost less than Euro 200 million for C2 center to link alliance’s existing missile defense systems.
- Life imitates Star Trek: USAF funds promising experiments with lasers and nanofluids to treat wounds. But the show never had to portray FDA approval, or it would still need to be on TV…
- More KBR Troubles: US DoJ joins a whistleblower lawsuit against KBR and 2 freight fowarding companies, a suit that alleges that the freight forwarding companies provided “unlawful kickbacks” to KBR employees under the LOGCAP 3 contract. KBR said that it was unaware of any violations by its employees and that receiving gifts would be against company policy.
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