MAG Aerospace Partners with Border Patrol Foundation (BPF)

Fairfax, Virginia  – June 13, 2018 – MAG Aerospace was announced a partner of the Border Patrol Foundation (BPF). BPF honors the memory of U.S. Border Patrol agents and provides resources to families of the fallen and agents seriously injured in the line of duty. “MAG is honored to support the families of fallen Border Patrol agents”,…

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MAG Donates to Hurricane Relief

Woodbridge, Virginia – September 20, 2017 – MAG Aerospace employees transported over $50,000 worth of supplies donated by MAG employees, their friends and family, and Coupon Central. The 13,000 cubic feet of donations traveled 2,300 miles from Woodbridge, Virginia to Houston, Texas and Marianna and Jacksonville, Florida in support of the Hurricane Harvey and Irma relief…

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MAG Attends 5th Annual “31 Tattoos” Event

Woodbridge, Virginia – August 6, 2017 – MAG Aerospace directors Nate Holton and Matthew Schleich attended the 5th annual “31 Tattoos”, an event that honors the loss of 31 SEAL’s, Special Tactics Airmen, Army Aviators, and K-9 that were lost when their CH-47 Chinook (Extortion 17) was shot down in Afghanistan by enemy forces on August…

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MAG Runs Tough Mudder in Support of SOWF

Doswell, Virginia – June 10, 2017 – Collectively, 16 MAG Aerospace employees took on the June 10th Tough Mudder in Doswell, VA to raise funds for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF). This year’s Virginia Tough Mudder included 10 hot miles of 15+ team-oriented obstacles. Ultimately, MAG raised $5,770 for the SOWF. The Special Operations Warrior…

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MAG Canada Participates in Hospital Fundraiser

Dryden, Canada – July 1, 2017 – MAG Aerospace’s Canada location joined forces with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources in participation in the 13th annual Dragon Boat Festival. The festival takes place on the Wabigoon River and is organized by the Kinsmen Club of Dryden which helps fund the “Still Me” program at the Dryden…

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MAG Engineer Guides Robotics Team to States Five Years Running

Huntsville, AL – February 1, 2017 – The Athens Robot Team (ART), founded by MAG Engineer Andy Grose and his collaborator Jeff Biggs, is an independent team made up of 5th to 8th grade students from Athens, Alabama. They placed second at their regional qualifier on January 21st, earning them an invitation to the Alabama…

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MAG Donates RAVEN & PUMA to Texas Panhandle War Memorial

Amarillo, TX – November 11, 2016 – Each year, a Veteran’s Day ceremony is conducted at the Texas Panhandle War Memorial. A crowd upwards of 900 participated in this year’s ceremony, thanking our veterans for their service to our country. During this year’s ceremony, on behalf of MAG, Matthew Schleich and Howard O’Dell presented two…

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MAG Supports Lisa Anthony in Her Efforts To End Breast Cancer

Woodbridge, VA., May 4, 2016 – On June 4, 2016, MAG’s Director of HR, Lisa Anthony, will walk in her fifth AVON 39 Walk To End Breast Cancer.  MAG is proud to donate in support of her efforts to take down breast cancer. Anyone who wishes to donate to the AVON 39 fund is helping…

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Woodbridge Senior High School Robotics Team Places 5th at VEX Worlds

Woodbridge, VA, April 26, 2016 – The Woodbridge Senior High School (WSHS) robotics team competed over the weekend in the 2016 VEX World Robotics Championship competition. The competition, which holds the Guinness world record for the largest robotics event, was hosted at the Kentucky Expo Center April 21-23. It brought just over 1,000 of the…

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Articles Featuring the BOSH Donation of Four Unmanned Aircraft Systems to Embry-Riddle

Woodbridge, VA, April 21, 2016 – Aviation Week, MartinUAV, makers of the UAS donated by BOSH, and the Florida LambdaRail, an independent research and education network, are featuring articles about BOSH’s donation of four UAS valued over $260,000 USD to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. AVIATION WEEK: Embry-Riddle Receives Super Bat UAS For Training MARTINUAV: Embry-Riddle receives…

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