DynCorp 4Q Revenue Up on Higher Training, Other Results

DynCorp International’s holding company, Delta Tucker Holdings Inc., has released financial results for the fourth quarter of its 2011 calendar year.

Delta tucker reported its holdings generated $983 million in fourth quarter revenue, 14.8 percent greater than its results from the prior year period.

It also announced full-year revenue increased 9.8 percent over 2010 to $334.4 million.

The calendar year figure includes an adjustment for the deconsolidation of joint venture Global Linguist Solutions.

Revenue from global stabilization and development solutions increased 17.7 percent year-over-year to $638.8 million.

The segment’s training and mentoring operations realized 16.1 and 19.9 percent increases over that time, respectively.

The company indicated its fourth quarter highlights include a task order worth up to around $80 million to provide aviation maintenance, modification and logistics support for the U.S. Army‘s rotary wing aircraft.

DynCorp now has a backlog totaling $5.7 billion, $959 million greater than at the end of 2010, according to the announcement.

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