Case Study: US Arms Dealer Libyan Contract Accessibility, 2014

Upon the success of the Kurdistan Project the US Arms Dealer asked Bert to assist with an issue of getting a contract to provide arms to the Libyan government.  At the time the Libyan Government run by al-Thani was in hiding in Tobruk as the rebels had taken over the airport and city of Tripoli.  the US Arms Dealer did have a contract and a price agreement with the government of Libya but they were not able to get the documents signed by al-Thani as nobody would go to Tobruk to get the documents and nobody would leave Tobruk to bring the documents.  Bert reached out to his contacts within the Special Forces and intelligence agencies and found two operatives who were living in Tobruk and would bring the documents to Malta via a charter aircraft that would land at the in Tobruk pick up the operators and immediately fly back to Malta.  This issue was simple but only accomplished through contacts.  The case is currently in front of the review board for final approval.  

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