Contractor for military committed serious violations

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Pentagon officials now say at least 18 troops have been electrocuted since 2003--many due to faulty wiring and improper grounding. The number could be higher when Afghanistan is included, say congressional sources. KBR will now have to come up with a corrective plan that is acceptable to the Pentagon. The company could still receive fines or penalties. KBR has denied liability in the lawsuits.

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Fines or penalties? Are you kidding? What about ma... by Archie on Friday, Nov 28, 2008 at 2:59:20 PM
This story -- this problem -- has been out th... by Sheila Samples on Friday, Nov 28, 2008 at 8:59:08 PM