A U.S. government contractor providing security guards at military bases and other sites in Iraq and Afghanistan has been sued for failing to pay overtime wages and provide meal and rest breaks to its employees.

The lawsuit, filed on Dec. 19, seeks back wages and compensation for missed breaks on behalf of an estimated 300 to 400 armed guards employed in Iraq during the past two years by SOC Inc., which is based in Minden, Nev.

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