Aegis Defense Services

"Protecting the world of tomorrow, today.


Aegis is a NATO block PMC, its kit is highly technologically evolved and it’s personnel are highly trained.

Aegis favors heavy armor and superior mechanical support. Aegis has moved away from the UMW system finding them unreliable and often more dangerous to personnel, civilian populations and worst of all for thier clients.


Aegis Defense Services is a British private military company with overseas offices in Afghanistan, Bahrain, Iraq, Kenya, Nepal and the United States. It was founded in 2002 by Tim Spicer, who was previously director of the controversial private military company ‘Sandline International.’

In 2004 the International Peace Operations Association, an industry body, asked Aegis to apply for membership, but the application was rejected by a British competitor. It is a founding member of the British Association of Private Security Companies (BAPSC), a body lobbying for the regulation of the British PSC sector. It is also a member of the Private Security Company Association of Iraq.

Following Zday Aegis reshuffled it’s command structure and moved it’s main office to still-rebuilding London, once there it continued to operate almost as normal but in an increased work load that all PMC experience.

Tim Spicer stepped down after the New York incident put a bad name on the company. From then on the company struggled with leadership as CEO’s clashed with both shareholders and boots on the ground. The problem continued until a woman name Minerva bought out a controlling share of the company. She restructured the company and then directed the company to a vision in line with there name sake. She stepped down shortly afterwords giving control over the company to a young woman named Mary who had ran a security company purchased by the ADS.

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