DynCorp Marks 10th Appearance in Victory Media’s Military Friendly Employer List

DynCorp International has made its 10th appearance on Victory Media‘s annual Military Friendly Employer list in recognition for its employment opportunities for servicemembers and veterans.

The 2017 Military Friendly Employer list will be sent to servicemembers, veterans and their family members in an effort to offer employment options to support their post-military careers, DynCorp said Monday.

“At DynCorp International we recognize the experience and dedication that veterans contribute to our business as employees, business partners and suppliers,”CEO Lou Von Thaer said.

He added the company aims to provide opportunities and assignments to veteran employees and suppliers.

Victory Media selects companies and organizations for the Military Friendly Employer based on their public data sources and responses to the former’s proprietary survey and the input from the Military Friendly Advisory Council.

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