Wow... that's a lot of freak'n good art!
Well I got my degree and now I gotz me a job
I work for what some people would call "the man"
I do technical support for Kellogg Brown and Root. AKA, KBR.
OK. unless your a super hippy who tracks every company that deals with the current gulf war, live in Houston, Texas, do work for big oil, or are in the military you probably don't know who they are.
KBR is a construction company that does a lot of work with Government "LOGCAP" projects. A LOGCAP is a military project done by civilian contractors. Rebuilding roads, schools, oil refineries, bunkers, bases, infrastructure. That usually is done by LOGCAP. Instead of sending out the Military engineers to do this stuff in the rear of the conflict, or during "clean-up and peace keeping" they hire Civilian companies.
Some people think we profit from the war. I like to think we deal with picking up the pieces. When the US needs to play janitor, or "oops my bad" on destroyed infrastructure, companies like KBR come to fix it.
Also we don't just do military stuff either, large scale stuff like stadiums, oil platforms, and other stuff are done by us.
And no we don't have a 20ft gold idol to Dick (he CEO for less than a decade for Halliburton), and no they don't serve us babies in the cafeteria.... but I do wonder whats in the soups of the day...