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DynCorp Secures Potential $2.4B Army Aviation Field Support Contract for East Region

DynCorp International has secured a potential eight-year, $2.45B contract to provide aviation field maintenance and sustainment level maintenance services to the U.S. Army AFM Directorate.

The company said Thursday it help manage AFMD programs, maintain aircraft and ground support equipment, modify aircraft platforms and perform logistical work in the East Region.

The AFM II East contract has one base year and seven option years.

In late April, the company received the AFM II West contract worth potentially $1.1B over eight years.

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