Jim Myles: DynCorp to Help Maintain Air Force C-5 Aircraft Engines


DynCorp International has been awarded a potential one-year, $8.5 million task order to help maintain engines and components for the U.S. Air Force‘s C-5 aircraft.

Jim Myles, senior vice president of the DynAviation business, said Wednesday that the company will perform “intermediate level engine overhaul services on one of the largest military aircraft ever built.”

The company received the order under the Contract Field Teams vehicle for services to the 512th Airlift Wing, which is based at Dover Air Force Base.

Work will support C-5 planes flown by the Air Force Reserve Command and Air Mobility Command and the Air National Guard.

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