DynCorp Recognized for Materiel Readiness Contribution; James Myles Comments

James Myles

DynCorp International has received recognition from the Army Aviation Association of America for the company’s contribution to the U.S. Army‘s materiel readiness and logistics operations.

AAAA will present an award to DynCorp at the Joseph P. Cribbins Aviation Product Symposium on Nov. 6 in Huntsville, Alabama, DynCorp said Thursday.

“We are humbled, as we take supporting the U.S. Army very seriously,” said James Myles, DynAviation senior vice president at DynCorp International.

“We have provided full-spectrum aerospace, aviation and air operations solutions worldwide for decades and the Army Field Maintenance Division is one of our key programs,” Myles added.

DynCorp provides aviation services for the Army’s field maintenance division under a set of aviation field maintenance contract vehicles.

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