DynCorp to Help Army Operate Southcom Task Force Base; Kenneth Juergens Comments

DynCorp International will help the U.S. Army operate bases for a joint task force under U.S. Southern Command, the company announced Wednesday.

The company said the potential $22 million contract contains one base year and four option years.

Work at Soto Cano Air Base in Honduras for Joint Task Force Bravo will include base operation support services such as engineering, equipment maintenance, ground transportation, air transportation and security.

“We are honored that the U.S. Army has chosen DI to support this important program in Honduras and excited to expand our footprint in Central America,” said Kenneth Juergens, group vice president, for global logistics and development solutions.

The task force is one of two falling under Southcom’s jurisdiction, which includes a C-5 air base.

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