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Dynamic Aviation to Modify, Maintain Army Aircraft in Afghanistan; Michael Stoltzfus Comments

ContractDynamic Aviation has been awarded a contract worth $ 22.4 million to perform support services on the U.S. Army’s Beechcraft-built twin-turboprop aircraft for its missions in Afghanistan. The company will work to adapt, integrate and maintain three Beechcraft King Air 200s under the communications electronic attack with surveillance and reconnaissance program, Dynamic Aviation said Wednesday. “We are pleased that our years of experience and demonstrated performance will be instrumental in further supporting the Army and its critical mission, ” said Michael Stoltzfus, president and CEO of Dynamic Aviation. The Bridgewater, Virginia-based company intends for the contract to support the Army’s operations in Afghanistan.

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