At Booz Allen Patuxent River (Pax River), Maryland, we aren’t working to live; we’re working to help others. Here, our team of engineers, software developers, cybersecurity experts, and mission specialists has a crucial impact on cutting-edge tech projects. From redesigning tactical communication systems to creating advanced camera software, the safety of our country depends on what we accomplish every day.
“The work that we do truly helps the warfighter community,” says Senior Recruiter Scott Mewhinney. “We’re leveraging and building new technology that has a frontline impact for the Navy and Marine Corps. This is next-gen stuff.”
We’re also collaborating with clients to use artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning to create advanced camera software that actually “learns” from data. We use this new software to test unmanned vehicles and practice catapult landings and launching. We also develop technology that provides life-or-death information to our troops in real time.
Fundamentally, we are focused on integrating new technology into Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) platforms to increase the advantage our forces have in a contested environment,” says Mike Morgan, who leads our NAVAIR business. “This requires us to blend our mission specialists, who understand how our forces operate, with our engineering and technology professionals to adapt new technology to keep us ahead of our adversaries.”
It’s incredible work, backed by our passionate team. “If you want to do something amazing, like share an idea and build it, you’ll love Pax River,” says Lead Technologist Wayne Wainwright. “We have so many resources and people that will help see your plan through, especially if it’ll keep our soldiers safe. We’re here to have a positive impact on their lives.”