The Name Game 1

Lt. Col. Tim Spicer OBE’s mercenary firm (sorry “Private Military Company”) Aegis “Specialist Risk Management” – formerly known as Trident Maritime (2002), formerly known as Strategic Consulting International (2001), formerly known as Crisis Risk Management (2000), formerly known as Sandline International (1999), formerly known as Executive Outcomes (1997) – has been hit by a scandal – Its soldiers videoed themselves shooting Iraqi civilians and then posted the recording on the internet.

So Lt. Col Spicer OBE needs a new name yet again, in order to be able to dissolve his old company and emerge fresh, new and gleaming once more into the daylight and carry on making money. There’s a $236 million Iraq contract at stake here for the love of jimminy!


Suggested new names so far include:

“Crisis Access Strategic Holdings”


“Terra Firma”

“World Optimisation Network Gain Analysis”


“Spice World”

“Latitudinal Operative Overseas Taskforce”

“East India Solutions”

Current favourite here is:

“World Arms Network for Killing Eastern Residents”

But these may not be enough – contributions are needed!

Update (03/12) Additional suggestions now include:

“Phoenix Rapid Attack Tacticians”

“Termination of Humans for Undisclosed Gains”


“Murder Inc.”

“Life Ending Solutions”

“Maveriks Reloaded”


“Pb4C” (with thanks to the late Mr J.Savimbi)

Keep ’em coming!

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  • Nagging Doubt

    Unfortunately, using "Rentokill" might cause some legal problems, but "Murder Inc." might be OK. Or, for the Private Eye reader, how about "Life Ending Solutions"?

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