AIM provided support for the Ebola outbreak in Liberia, by providing provided TCN, LN, and Expat personnel to support camp construction of force protectors, camp operations and maintenance, transportation, and life support activities (LSA) at six locations across Liberia. AIM was able to mobilize and deploy personnel within 10 days from NTP. LSA included food services and dining facilities operations, billeting, bulk water supply, and routine and primary care medical services for AIM’s personnel. AIM’s SOW in Liberia was to construct and erect a number of Force Provider Camps to be used by US Military personnel. SOW included site grubbing, grading and installation of gravel ground cover. We employed over 150 local nationals (LN) and our management personnel consisted of U.S. and Jordanian nationals.