Author Christopher Prohaska’s new book “Paper Tiger: The Illusion of Security” is a no-holds-barred insider view of US military contractors serving in the Middle East

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Recent release “Paper Tiger: The Illusion of Security” from Page Publishing author Christopher Prohaska is a riveting account of his experience as an ex-Marine working as a contractor for the US Department of Defense and the US State Department in the war zones of Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Christopher Prohaska is a patriot and US Marine Corps veteran who spent nine years in Iraq and four in Afghanistan, leading Worldwide Protective Service Close Protection Teams into some of the most hostile environments on the planet. He has published his latest book “Paper Tiger: The Illusion of Security”: a candid portrait of the deep disarray plaguing US military contracting installations.

The author writes, “‘Paper Tiger’ is a small concise picture of my thirteen years spent contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan. Starting with securing weapons of mass destruction in Southern Iraq to giving away billions of US tax dollars while leading teams in Hillary’s army. This book was written in the most sarcastic manner; as sarcasm was my endurance formula for the incompetence of leadership provided to us in mission accomplishment. If the enemy ever knew how much we improvised and the illusions we created, then we would all be getting our heads lopped off on the Internet.”

Published by Page Publishing, Christopher Prohaska’s engrossing book is an illuminating portrait of the often unqualified and disorganized personnel working as US military contractors in unstable and dangerous war zones.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Paper Tiger: The Illusion of Security” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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