From Baltimore, head northeast along the Chesapeake. You’ll see the row houses of Charm City give way to dairy farms. Half an hour later, you’ll be in Aberdeen, home to Cal Ripken Jr.’s minor league baseball team—and some of the most important advances in C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) systems today.
Don’t let the rustic setting and friendly neighbors fool you: Booz Allen Aberdeen is at the forefront of technology. Booz Allen's Aberdeen office is a place where engineers cut their teeth, sharpen their skills, and stay for decades to grow their careers.
Take James Fazio. Twenty years ago, he was an electrical engineer fresh out of college, drawn to Booz Allen’s work in satellite communications. Today, James leads Army programs in tactical radios, mission command, and other C4ISR systems.
In Aberdeen, James combined his passion for technology with an equally strong desire to make a positive impact. “We’re developing and building systems that help our warfighters do their jobs today and in the future. We go out in the field with soldiers, supporting them and training them on the systems. We want to make sure our work keeps them safe.”
But James found something beyond technology and patriotism in Aberdeen. “Booz Allen believes that people are our greatest asset. A lot of other companies treat staff like a number, but here, we’re empowered to make change happen. We have a wide range of clients, so people can learn new skills and progress. We do everything we can to make sure people have the chance to continually succeed."