PAE’s Ken Dowd Recognized for Army Logistics Contributions

Jeff Brody

Ken Dowd, Army client executive at PAE, has been honored in the service branch's Quartermaster Corps Hall of Fame in recognition of his logistical contributions.

The former Army major general holds 35 years of military experience and led the development of a logistics framework during his service tenure, the company said Thursday. The logistics system he helped develop supported an equipment drawdown of Iraq-based U.S. forces.

At PAE, Dowd serves as the company's connection to the U.S. Army, and works to support the firm's activity in the global logistics market.

“We’re proud he’s receiving this worthy recognition as he continues to contribute to the nation’s safety and security as a PAE client executive and subject matter expert," said John Heller, CEO at PAE.

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