DynCorp Lands Army Contracting Command UH-60 Support Task Order

Joe Dunaway, DynAviation

DynCorp International has won an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity Army contract worth up to $554.1 million over up to six years to provide critical equipment, material and services.

The task order comes through the Army Contracting Command, at the Redstone Arsenal in Alabama, to provide UH-60 Contractor Logistics Support under Worldwide Logistics Support Services. DynCorp’s work will support the Army, Multi‐National Aviation Special Project Office, Defense Department and the host nation of Afghanistan. DynCorp plans to hire approximately 250 personnel in support of this task order.

“We are excited to expand our position as the largest aviation services provider for the U.S. Army,” said Joe Dunaway, president of DynAviation. “This award continues DI’s legacy of support for MASPO and the Afghan forces.”

DynCorp International was acquired by Amentum in November. 

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