DynCorp International will continue its aviation maintenance support for the U.S. Army under a $56 million modification to the Army Aviation Field Maintenance contract from the Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command.
The company said Tuesday it will provide field- and sustainment-level maintenance services for the regions covered by the Theater Aviation Sustainment Manager outside the contiguous U.S. and in Southwest Asia.
James Myles, DynCorp senior vice president for DynAviation, said the company has years of experience working on Army aviation field maintenance programs.
The contract modification exercises the first option year in the potential $307.1 million contract the Army awarded DynCorp in March 2014.
The company said it will perform aviation maintenance work at sites in South Korea, Germany, Honduras, Egypt, Kosovo and various locations in Southwest Asia.