DynCorp Lands $123M Task Order to Support Army National Training Center

DynCorp International has received a $123 million task order modification from the U.S. Army Sustainment Command to provide mission support services for the service branch’s National Training Center in Fort Irwin, California.

The company said Monday the modification falls under the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program IV contract and covers support for 10 brigade combat team annual rotations.

Work will also include ground, communications and electronic maintenance, fuel, munitions, Common User Land Transportation, transient billeting and operations support.

The contract’s base period of performance began May 26 and a 12-month option period is scheduled to commence on Sept. 13.

DynCorp also received a one-year, $217 million modification to provide base life support and maintenance services to Army personnel stationed in Afghanistan.

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