DynCorp Named to U.S. Veterans Magazine Best of Best List; James Geisler Comments

DyncorpDynCorp International has made the U.S. Veterans Magazine’s Best of the Best list of veteran-friendly companies and supplier diversity programs.

The publication selected the recipients from more than 250 participants, keeping an eye out for firms that welcome transitioning or disabled veterans and their spouses for business and employment, DI said Monday.

DI CEO James Geisler indicated that such practices apply to DynCorp’s human resource and business models.

“Founded by veterans, today we employ thousands of veterans and partner with veteran-owned businesses to bring our customers the best services possible,” Geisler said.

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