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For more than a decade, Bennett Aerospace has provided outstanding personnel support for the U.S. military, federal law enforcement agencies, executive departments of the federal government, and scientific agencies within the U.S. government.

What sets us apart from other government contractors is our emphasis on delivering employees who are better equipped to perform at their best for the benefit of our country!

Using proven human performance initiatives, we enable employees to focus all their energy on accomplishing our clients’ most critical objectives - from fighting the opioid crisis to advancing technology that protects the warfighter. We are dedicated to delivering better people to make our country stronger and safer.

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Bennett Aerospace 2021 Annual Top Charity Charity of Choice: Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS)

November 2021

“Leave No Man Behind” is part of the veteran ethos. Bennett Aerospace is a veteran owned business which hires many veterans and employees who are married to individuals in the military. Many Bennett employees have expressed an interest to help the Afghan refugees and allies who need our help as they resettle to America. To recognize our employee’s concerns and In honor of Veteran’s Day, Bennett will be supporting the historic Afghan resettlement effort by making our 2021 Annual Top Charity of Choice the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service.

The LIRS website states:
“Afghan refugees and allies need our help. For two decades, the U.S. Government worked with hundreds of thousands of Afghan allies to serve the U.S. mission as interpreters, translators, cultural advisors, drivers, NGO employees, human rights activists, and more. Because of their service to the U.S. mission, our allies and their families soon became the targets of anti-American violence.

Through Operation Allies Refuge, the U.S. has evacuated more than 100,000 of our Afghan allies—but tens of thousands remain in harm’s way. We must continue to protect and advocate for those at risk, including translators, human rights activists, journalists, LGBTQIA+ people, and religious and minority groups. As a resettlement agency, LIRS and our partners stand ready to welcome our Afghan neighbors and their family members and to continue advocating for those left behind.“

Bennett is proud to partner with LIRS in this worthy effort.

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