Military Professional Resources Inc.

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Military Professional Resources Inc.

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Military Professional Resources Inc. (MPRI) is a professional services company engaged in defense-related contracting in the United States and international markets. Incorporated by eight former senior military officers in 1988 MPRI is operated primarily by former military personnel and staffed by a wide range of other professionals required to provide our customers the best in support and assistance. MPRI is headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, with program offices in several states and foreign countries. The company's business focus is on the broad range of defense matters, law enforcement expertise, and leadership development in both the public and private sectors. As of 2003 MPRI is entering its 13th year and has over 700 employees.

MPRI is accused of involvement in so called dirty jobs for the US military, such as the training of the UCK in Macedonia during the Yugoslav conflicts, while at the same time it was officially selected by the Pentagon to train the Macedonian army. MPRI is also accused of having rebuilt the nearly defeated Croatian army in 1995 and having cooperated with the US military that flew air raids on Serb troops.

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