DynCorp International has won a potential $35.3 million contract to help the U.S. Army train soldiers on tactical vehicles, as well as help maintain trucks and other related equipment.
The competitively-awarded, fixed-price level of effort contract contains one base year and two option years, DynCorp said Thursday.
“We are proud to have this opportunity to continue supporting our soldiers by providing them training on newly fielded medium tactical vehicles,” said Kenneth Juergens, DynCorp group vice president for global logistics and development solutions.
Company team members will train, deprocess, field and help maintain 30,600 vehicles and associated equipment for military units in the U.S. and abroad.
The Army acquired total package fielding services, which is the branch’s standard material fielding process for new and modified material systems.