Joseph Reale Joins MAG Aerospace as Chief of Staff

Fairfax, Virginia – August 8, 2019 – Joe Fluet, MAG CEO, has announced the addition of Joseph Reale to the MAG team as Chief of Staff.  In this role, he will provide a range of high level managerial and project support services to the entire executive team, including coordination of staff functions, strategic guidance, managing…

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MAG Canada Completes IR Fire Hotspot Detection Trial

Alberta, Canada – May 23, 2019 – MAG Canada, with support provided by the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, successfully completed the province of Alberta’s Hinton test grid. The Hinton test grid, located in Northwestern Alberta, is a mandatory requirement for vendors wishing to provide infra-red scanning services within the province of Alberta. The grid…

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MAG Canada Transports Injured American Bald Eagle for Rehabilitation

Ontario, Canada – In May, MAG Canada was asked by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources to assist in the transportation of an injured American Bald Eagle from Dryden to Kenora for rehabilitation. The eagle was safely secured and enjoyed a 30-minute donated flight in one of MAG’s Aero Commander 500 aircraft. The American Bald Eagle…

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MAG Aerospace 2018 Flight Hours Infographic

Fairfax, Virginia – April 22 – Over the course of 2018, MAG Aerospace recorded over 100,000 flight between their manned and unmanned fixed and rotary wing operations. About MAG Aerospace MAG Aerospace, headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, is a leader in providing and enabling real-time situational awareness to help its customers make the world smaller and safer….

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MAG Aerospace Founder & CEO, Joe Fluet in CEO Magazine

Fairfax, Virginia  – January 24, 2019 – MAG Aerospace Founder and CEO Joe Fluet was featured by CEO Magazine profiling his professional history, the history of MAG Aerospace and the strategic direction moving forward. To read the full profile, click here. About CEO Magazine CEO Magazine is a source of information, inspiration, and motivation for the world’s…

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6 Lessons Learned from Aerial Fire Detection Management

Spotting a forest fire isn’t always easy. It can be like finding a needle in a haystack but that’s exactly when you want to find it – before it spreads out of control and has the potential to ruin communities. This is what aerial fire detection management is all about. Aerial fire detection is the…

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General (Ret.) Peter Schoomaker Joins MAG Aerospace Board of Directors

Fairfax, Virginia  – October 11, 2018 – MAG Aerospace, the leader in Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) integration, training, and operations, today announced that General Peter J. Schoomaker, US Army (Retired) has joined the company’s Board of Directors. “MAG’s ability to bring decisive information to the Warfighter cannot be overstated,” said General Schoomaker….

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MAG Releases Annual Report and Annual Video

Woodbridge, Virginia – June 26, 2017 – MAG Aerospace has released its 2016 Annual Report and Annual Video. To view the Annual Report, click here. To view the Annual Video, click here. About MAG Aerospace MAG Aerospace, headquartered in Woodbridge, Virginia, is a leader in providing and enabling real-time situational awareness to help its customers to…

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MAG Aerospace Acquires Discovery Air Fire Services Inc.

Woodbridge, VA – March 21, 2017 – MAG Aerospace (MAG) has acquired Discovery Air Fire Services Inc. (DAFS), formerly a subsidiary of Canada-based specialty aviation provider, Discovery Air Inc. This acquisition adds aerial forest fire management, specialized charter aviation, and environmental monitoring services to MAG’s already robust ISR service offerings. DAFS is a Northern Ontario based,…

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Discovery Air Fire Services to Attend Wildland Fire Canada 2016

Kelowna, Canada – October 24, 2016 – Discovery Air Fire Services (DAFS) will be attending Wildland Fire Canada 2016 (WFC) taking place October 24-28. WFC is a conference focused on building Canada’s resilience to future wildfires. The conference looks to achieve this through four main themes: (1) anticipating change, (2) designing resilient fire management systems,…

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