Woodbridge, Virginia – November 1, 2017 – MAG Aerospace (MAG) has acquired Avenge, Incorporated (Avenge). This acquisition adds over 100 aviation specialists, system operators, and flight operations management professionals to MAG, enhancing MAG’s already robust Manned ISR Operations and Training capabilities.
Avenge, founded in 1999, is a Sterling, Virginia-based, veteran-owned aerospace company specializing in Manned ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance) Operations and Training. Avenge has amassed over 400,000 hours of fixed-wing ISR operations experience and also offers pilot and sensor operator flight training for US military personnel and foreign partners.
“We have admired Avenge for years as a recognized industry leader in providing Manned ISR services,” said Joe Fluet, MAG CEO. “Avenge’s proprietary training program for special mission pilots will allow MAG to provide even better service to our customers who are doing critical work around the world. We are proud to add Avenge’s team of experienced professionals to the MAG family as we continue to set the standard for ISR operations, manned and unmanned.”
About MAG Aerospace
MAG Aerospace, headquartered in Woodbridge, Virginia, is a leader in providing and enabling real-time situational awareness to help its customers to make the world smaller and safer. Private equity backed by the Clairvest Group, MAG Aerospace delivers full-spectrum ISR Services (operations, training, and technical services) and other specialty aviation to federal, international, civilian, and commercial customers around the world. In 2016, MAG’s team of 900+ professionals operated 140+ manned and unmanned special mission aircraft during more than 68,000 flight hours on 5 continents in support of our customers’ missions. For more information, visit www.magaero.com.