The Day They Turned…

The Day They Turned

After serving two tours of duty in the shitty prequel to WWIII going on in the Middle East, the last thing Terry Westmore expected to come home to was a broken family, unemployment, and the god damn zombie apocalypse looming around the corner. At first he’d tried to fit in, taking some private contractor jobs handling security and loss prevention duties for a few shit-don’t-stink fat cats, but ultimately his “attitude problems” and growing disrespect for authority got in the way of him keeping any permanent occupational residency. That was fine with him, he’d always gotten by, and some odd jobs, mostly involving back breaking manual labor, helped in the lean months.



The 10 Companies That Profit Most From War

Global sales of arms and military services by the 100 largest defense contractors increased in 2010 to $411.1 billion, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. The increase reflects a decade-long trend of growing military spending. Since 2002, total arms sales among the 100 largest arms manufacturers have increased 60%.