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The Wright Brothers first flight made Ohio the “birthplace of aviation.” And although today, aviation is still one of the state’s largest industries, it boasts a broad industrial base and family-friendly communities.

View our Ohio office.

Recreational amenities include fishing and boating on Lake Erie to the North and the Ohio River to the East and South. Music buffs will enjoy visiting the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, while sports fans will want to seek out the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Dayton, the 6th largest city in Ohio—and home to Booz Allen’s largest Midwest office—features good schools, affordable housing, and a lower cost of living than in some other U.S. cities. The Dayton Air Show and Wright Brothers Museum honor the state’s aviation heritage, while the area’s major universities are known for their cultural offerings.

From the Dayton office, Booz Allen supports NASA and DoD clients around the state with a full range of Booz Allen’s capabilities.

To learn more about Booz Allen’s opportunities in Ohio, contact

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