Jun 07, 2004
That’s What I Call Profiteering!
The truckers, who regularly made the 300-mile resupply run from Camp Cedar in southern Iraq to Camp Anaconda near Baghdad, told Knight Ridder newspapers that their employer charged the government for hauling what the truckers derisively called “sailboat fuel.”
“It was one thing to risk your life to haul things the military needed. It’s another to haul empty trailers,” said David Wilson, a southwest Florida truck driver who had commanded 100 of the Iraqi truck convoys for the Halliburton subsidiary.
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