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By Kerry McGinley

Scenic landscapes across 120 locations totaling 190,000 hectares in the United Kingdom makes up one of the largest   defense training locations in the world. The U.K. Defence Training Estate includes varied terrain across England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales managed by a workforce of 1,300 to ensure the ranges and training areas are ready to host foreign and U.K. defense forces that log 7 million training days per year. 

By Terrence Nowlin

The work of a dedicated employee can leave a lasting impact on his or her team. The indelible mark of care and competence lasts for years—and in the case of Mirwais Sadaat, across continents.

In 2012 and 2013, Sadaat was an Afghan local working as a finance officer on a PAE contract there.

PAE and Serco have been awarded a prime position on a $5.1 billion contract to enhance and expand technology support for warfighters.

In 2019, PAE focused on reinvesting and transforming into a growth-oriented industry leader, resulting in its November merger announcement with Gores Holdings III, Inc.

By Kerry McGinley

For Claudia Taylor, job success is built on bridging culture gaps. The senior business operations manager for PAE’s Global Mission Services division knows when she’s dealing with a workforce based outside of the continental United States, recognizing local customs is the foundation of a productive, effective team.

“It’s always a great thing to see how U.S. companies like PAE learn to adapt and include those different cultures and grow,” she said. “It makes it a great company. Having a diverse workforce makes great business and ethical sense.”

By Kerry McGinley

If you check a weather app or listen to your local news for your forecast, the data on storms likely came from a buoy floating in one of the world’s oceans. Stephanie Jordan, operations specialist for the National Data Buoy Center at Stennis Space Center, is a critical part of the team that ensures that network of reporting devices stays afloat. 

“Those buoys, basically they’re saving lives,” she said. “They’re saving property. They give us our weather, they give us our climate.” 

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