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I worked in Support Solutions as a Logistics Analyst. I went their straight out of school and spent 4 years there. I learned so much ... in school I learned theory and at AAI I gained tremendous practical experience. The company is mid sized, although part of the much larger Textron, and as a result I got a wide variety of experience. My boss moved me around -- a bit in the Technical Publication organization, some in doing Logistics Analysis, some in testing, and all in all a great experience. Good supervisors and although two different folks have run the organization -- both seemed to understand the business, provide solid leadership, have a good sense for where the business should go. The current guy is very accessible - last person wasnt. Good training opportunities, a strong focus on young profressionals and a promote from within philosophy, good tools good benefits, and excellent educational assistance program!!
You can work on some really cool stuff there -- unmanned aircraft, unmanned boats, state of the art firearms, and high tech electronic warfare equipment.
Cannot say much bad. Office space was sub par -- tiny cubicles, average computers. My recruiting experience wasnt great -- a bit slow. Left only to get back home (Georgia) after spending my time in AAI's Maryland location.
Advice to Management
keep up the focus on promoting from within. should look at the recruiting process - probably scares some folks away because it is slow... also may want to upgrade the workspace a bit.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Interview process was the typical interview process. Started off with a phone interview, then there was the on-site interview followed by their decision. The turn around time for the whole process was relatively quick.
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AAI flies high, with or without pilots. AAI makes aerospace and defense systems, including unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) systems for the US military and other customers. Products include automatic test equipment for avionics, electronic warfare test and training systems, and training simulators for combat systems and aircraft maintenance. It also provides engineering, logistics, and maintenance services related to its products. The US military accounts for most of AAI's sales; other customers include foreign militaries and commercial aviation companies. It operates...