Attention Former and Current KBR and US Military in Iraq
(Note to bloggers and website owners-Help me get this word out. Please link to this post.)
I have been contacted by a National US news program that is looking for people who are willing to share their experiences about the electrical conditions in their camps. Electrician experience is always welcome but you don’t have to be an electrician to tell your story. If you were/are in the Military the producer knows how to deal with that as well?
Can you answer any of these questions?
- Have you ever been shocked? Or did you know of anyone that was shocked?
- Were you in any camp that reported an accidental electrocution death such has the death of Chris Everett or Ryan Maseth?
- What condition was your electrical in? Was is “jerry rigged”?
- Was KBR responsive to service orders or maintenance requests?
- Did KBR ever leave an electrical shock hazard as “not repairable”?
- Did your electricians complain about not having the right tools or material to make a repair?
- Were your electricians Americans?
- Did your electricians seem competent?
- As an electrician, were you asked/forced to work outside of your classification/area of expertise?
You may think your information is insignificant. But it could be the one piece to the puzzle that is needed. There have been 100’s of thousands of people, civilian and military, in Iraq since 2003 and yet only a handful have come forward.
It’s time to tell your story. Please forward this post to former and current KBR employees and US Military in Iraq.
Either leave a comment or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask me to forward your information to the Producer.