PAE Lands Task Orders for Africa Peacekeeping, Contingency Training Contracts; John Heller Comments

PAE-logoPAE has won task orders from the State Department to provide mission support services for the U.S. government’s partner countries in Africa through two contract vehicles.

The company said Thursday it secured the Africa Contingency Operations Training and Assistance and Africa Peacekeeping Program II task orders in September.

John Heller
John Heller

“PAE has supported Department of State initiatives in Africa since 1995,” said CEO John Heller.

Work under AFRICAP II includes procurement, training, force protection, consulting, logistics, construction, aviation support and other services for African military forces through six task orders.

PAE will also offer training support to African countries’ military personnel involved in multinational peacekeeping efforts under the additional task orders under the ACOTA program.

ACOTA covers training support for Benin, Guinea, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania and Benin Multidimensional National Joint Task Force.

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