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DynCorp International Wins Second Army Aviation Logistics Contract to Bring Combined Wins Value to $3.5B; George Krivo Quoted

George Krivo, CEO of DynCorp

In the last two weeks, DynCorp International (DI) has been awarded both Aviation Field Maintenance Contracts for the U.S. Army, one in the East Region and one in the West Region. The combined value of the contracts is approximately $3.5 billion. The two contracts replace a number of Army Aviation maintenance vehicles.

“With these two wins, we will continue our proud legacy of supporting Army aviation,” said George Krivo, chief executive officer of DI. “We are honored that the Army has selected us for this critically important program and to continue our support for the brave men and women serving worldwide.”

Under the Aviation Field Maintenance contracts (AFM II East and AFM II West), DI will provide Aviation Field Maintenance (AFM) and Sustainment Level Maintenance for the AFM Directorate (AFMD). The work involves program management, aircraft and ground support equipment maintenance, as well as aircraft modifications and other logistical support.

The AFM II East contract has a one year base with seven option years, and a total contract ceiling of $2.447 billion. The AFM II West contract has a one year base with seven option years, and a total contract ceiling of $1.1 billion.

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