Money is a key incentive
for civilians to head into a war zone.
"It pays quite well. There's a lot of contracts that
pay anywhere from $350 a day to $1,500 a day," said Chris Boyd of Kroll-Crucible Security.
Military analysts . . . are concerned that the lucrative
pay offered by private contractors -- often more than $100,000 a year . . . is depleting the ranks of the special forces.