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Army contractor Halliburton Corporation is in Colorado Springs recruiting people to work for a year in the world's most dangerous places.
The Houston-based company's KBR division has contracts for engineering and construction projects in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kosovo.
Recruiter Chris Ward says there are a variety of positions available.
"What we do is support the troops in the Middle East. It's construction, plumbers, welders, that kind of stuff. We do warehouse stuff, laundry service, food service, and we do the mail route for the troops."
The KBR unit became widely known last month when truck driver Thomas Hamill was kidnapped in Iraq last month.
If you think you're interested, you can log-on to www.kbrjobs.com.
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