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DynCorp Takes Off with $105 Million Aviation Maintenance Contract

DynCorp picked up a task order from the Air Force to provide aviation maintenance for the Army at Ft. Campbell, Ky.

The deal carries a maximum value of $105 million, with a base year and an option year.

According to the firm, “under the task order, DI will provide maintenance, modification, RESET and supply support for aircraft assigned to the 101st Airborne Division and other units returning from Southwest Asia, as assigned.”

“We are honored to support the 101st and others at Ft. Campbell, ” said Cathie Gridley, DynCorp’s vice president of Aviation Maintenance Services. “We have held the CFT contract continuously since its inception in 1951 and this important work at Ft. Campbell is at the heart of our company’s heritage.”

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