Goals, Jobs, and Problems of United States Paramilitary Forces

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Goals, Jobs, and Problems of United States Paramilitary Forces
In the United States and overseas, the paramilitary refers to a group of people that fall somewhere between civilian and military groups. They do work that helps the military and its goals, but at the same time are usually groups of people employed by private companies who are employed by the government to do this work. Because of this, the paramilitary are responsible to the U.S. government, but they can also be seen as separate from it. This can often be useful for both the U.S. government and the paramilitary groups.
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paramilitary is often paid from the government defense budget (although in the past they have been made of volunteers at times as well) so such groups are...
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