This chapter focuses on the challenges of the co-existence of public and business logics in the military that emerge from new organizing arrangements. The increasing reliance on business contractors and reserve forces – the flexible layers of the armed forces – creates its own dynamics and challenges. Contractors and temporary workers are increasingly in demand because their costs are not fixed and can be terminated quickly, and because, in certain domains, there are not enough specialists available. The Dutch task force consisted of about 2,000 personnel, predominantly military personnel, and a number of civilians, among them diplomats from the Foreign Affairs Department. If there are no equal opportunities to compete for military projects and budgets, one way or another, problems are likely to emerge, be they legal or lethal. The repair to damage in intra- and interorganizational relations involves responding positively to each other’s repair attempts, which may be fostered by positive information disseminated by credible outsiders.