The US taxpayer reimburses private insurance companies to provide medical coverage to  contractors serving in a war zone (because it is deemed too risky for a private company to voluntarily provide such coverage).  Despite this,  Congress is investigating allegations that insurance giant AIG, which was supposed to offer medical coverage to the US contractors working for KBR, failed to provide this coverage.  This finding was reported in the Three Trillion Dollar War.  Read more:


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