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DynCorp Gets $1B Army Aviation Field Maintenance Contract

DynCorp International has received a potential eight-year, $1.1B contract to provide aviation field maintenance and sustainment-level maintenance services to the U.S. Army.

Work under contract from Army Contracting Command is scheduled to commence on May 13 and will continue through August 2027, DynCorp said Tuesday.

The company will help the military branch’s AFM directorate manage programs, maintain aircraft and ground infrastructure and perform logistical tasks.

According to Dyncorp, it has provided similar services under the Regional Aviation Sustainment Management – West Region contract over the past six years.

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