Update - 2014/04/13
Preparations have begun to open our new
Training Center. It will be located in
Cloverdale, BC. This center will host
training in firearms, CQB, and self-
defense, in addition to tailored courses.
Our primary clients are members of the
Military, with options available to Police
forces. Training is designed using Tactical
Scenarios ranging from Active Shooter
situations, to high-risk entry.
Update - 2013/06/15
Defense Intelligence Service opens a
branch office in Blaine, Washington. In
addition to our work as Private Military
Contractors, options are being examined
to offer armed security services. All U.S.
requests for disaster response will be
dispatched from this office.
The "Private Military Contractor" concept rebooted.
The concept of Private Military Contractors, or PMCs, isn't new. It has gone by different names,
with a checkered past. Since 9/11, the use of private contractors has evolved into a new entity.
Governments now use PMCs for domestic and foreign missions where military options are not
readily available. PMCs may be assigned one day as a Quick Reaction Force, and then the next
day as a Personal Security Detachment. PMCs have found a niche in the world for two important
reasons. Military forces may be restricted or forbidden by law to operate in certain areas. Police
and Security agencies don't have the training and experience required for the task.
"You Get What You Pay For."
When there is little or no oversight, people get killed. When this happens, governemts prosecute
the offenders. New Rules of Engagement are established, which tend to restrict the services
provided. The bad publicity resulting from the prosecutions lingers. The reason it occurs usually
comes back to a lack of leadership. Our management philosophy is to promote personal
responsibilty and team accountability. Rules of Engagement are created and enforced. In many
cases, the primary rule is minimal engagement. We are paid for results, not negative headlines.