About PAE

From our founding in 1955, PAE has offered exceptional expeditionary services to a range of customers, including the U.S. government, international agencies and foreign governments.

We attribute our continuous success not only to the quality of our work, but to the integrity and high ethical standards that define our business operations.  As a global company, we recognize that we have a core responsibility to positively impact the communities in which we work and live.  From stabilization and disaster relief services to infrastructure and capacity building, our employees perform with excellence and dedication in more than 60 countries, in some of the world's most challenging regions.  

In 2006, PAE became a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Lockheed Martin Corporation.  While operating under Lockheed Martin ownership, PAE strengthened its corporate infrastructure and its focus on performance excellence, while continuing to provide superior logistical and support services to United States and foreign government agencies and international aid organizations. 

In April 2011, private equity firm Lindsay Goldberg purchased PAE from Lockheed Martin.  Six months later, in October 2011, PAE completed the acquisition of Defense Support Services LLC (DS2), a leading provider of military aircraft and vehicle maintenance, logistics and base support services.  In 2013, PAE completed the acquisition of Computer Science Corporation’s Applied Technology Division and expanded its portfolio to include military and space testing and training ranges, infrastructure services and aviation maintenance support at critical U.S. Government installations. 

The values that have set us apart over the past five decades continue to guide our company in leading with integrity and excellence.  We are strongly committed to diversity, recognizing that our success depends on bringing together a wide range of perspectives, skills and experiences to find the most innovative, cost-effective solutions for our customers.

 

PAE through the ages.