We provide specialized products and services to support the U.S. government and its allies and contractors. Nearly 20 percent of our employees are former military with a deep understanding of government and defense operations. We are committed to the very best in public/private partnerships and ranked among the Top 100 defense contractors in the world.
Our services includes aircraft maintenance, overhaul and modifications, landing gear services, wheel and brake services and component repair to keep advanced aircraft platforms and ground equipment mission ready and operating at peak efficiency. In addition, AAR provides modifications and engineering services to OEMs and fleet operators — for both fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft.
Our engineering and specialized manufacturing capabilities include precision machining and fabrication of metallic and composite aerostructures. We manufacture components for a wide variety of government and defense applications from aircraft to missile and air defense systems.
Our logistics and supply chain management services offer capabilities ranging from parts management for reset programs to complete fleet-wide supply chain operations, including inventory and repair management. AAR currently manages approximately $1 billion in assets for the U.S. government.
Additionally, we design and manufacture internal airlift/helicopter containers, air mobility pallets, and rapidly deployable mobile shelters – both expandable and hardened.
AAR Airlift provides expeditionary airlift service to government and defense customers around the world with a fleet of more than 60 aircraft. We are currently the largest airlift provider to the U.S. Department of Defense and assist missions around the world, including in Afghanistan, Africa and the Western Pacific. These services can also be used to support disaster relief and humanitarian aid operations.
Our advanced communications systems merge data from multiple sources into actionable, warfighter-friendly information and can be integrated into vehicles, shelters or hard-fixed facilities. In municipal applications and during natural disasters, our Contingency Response Communication Systems (CRCS) bridge the gap between dissimilar systems of first responders, government agencies, local municipalities and National Guard units, serving as a critical communication link.