The acquisition is intended to grow SGI’s risk assessment and personnel recovery support offerings in the military, law enforcement and commercial training markets, SGI said Thursday.
SGI Managing Partner Michael Braun added that his company looked to strengthen its asset base and training portfolio to address clients’ mission requirements from a “broader platform.”
SGI and AWTI also aim to help clients develop counter threat finance methods and comply with anti-money laundering and bank privacy laws, SGI says.
Maryland-based AWTI has been providing special operations training and global security consulting services to customers for more than two decades.
SGI and AWTI have worked together since 2010.