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DynCorp International Wins AFRICAP Training Task Order

The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of African Affairs has awarded DynCorp International (NYSE: DCP) a $17.1 million task order to provide basic leadership to military personnel of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The task order is under the Africa Peacekeeping Program and has one base year and two option years.

The AFRICAP program supports African regional stability by building the capacity of African countries and regional organizations to prevent, manage and resolve conflict. The leadership training will focus on junior and mid-level personnel in functional areas such as communications, logistics and engineering.

“We are proud to continue our work in promoting peace and stability in Africa, ” said DynCorp International President Steve Schorer. “DI has extensive experience and success in providing training designed to enhance the leadership and management capability of our partners in the government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.”

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