PAE to Continue Navy Instructional Training Services; John Heller Quoted

PAE will continue to provide instructional training services at a naval installation located in California under a five-year, $23M recompete contract.

The company said Tuesday it helps the U.S. Navy prepare sailors at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado for critical missions through classroom learning and open water training.

"We're committed to working hand in hand with the Navy to develop courses that give sailors real-world experience," PAE CEO John Heller said.

Heller added the company has instructional experience and actual equipment servicemen will use on the job.

Arlington, Va.-based PAE has supported the military service's expeditionary warfare education programs over the past 32 years.

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