Dyncorp Wins 2 Airplane Maintenance Orders for Possible $245M Purse

The U.S. Air Force has awarded DynCorp International two task orders worth up to a combined $244.8 million for aviation maintenance work under the contract field teams contract vehicle.

Dyncorp’s first order has a $92.6 million base year $92.4 million option year.

The company will provide aviation maintenance services, logistics support, maintenance support and property accountability of government furnished equipment within the RASM-W area of responsibility.

Dyncorp’s second order has a $28.2 million base year and a $31.6 million option year.

The company will provide rotary wing aviation intermediate maintenance, aviation unit maintenance, limited depot repair and other support to Fort Dunn and other locations.

“We’re extremely proud of these significant wins, which bring us further breadth in the CFT program, ” said Catherine Gridley, VP of Dyncorp’s aviation unit. “Combined with our Ft. Campbell CFT win earlier this year, we are honored to have the opportunity to continue building on our sixty year history of providing superior service under the CFT contract.”

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