DynCorp to Continue Saudi F-15 Base Operations Support Under AFCAP IV Task Order

DynCorp International has secured a potential $4.6 million task order from the U.S. Air Force to support F-15 base operations in Saudi Arabia under the foreign military sales program.

The company said Tuesday it will provide tools, materials, safety equipment and vehicles along with transportation, supervision, lodging and training services to support the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia FMS program and personnel.

The order was issued under the Air Force Contract Augmentation Program IV contract and covers support for the service branch’s F-15 International Programs Division.

Randy Bockenstedt, senior vice president and general manager of DynCorp’s logistics business, said the company has supported military forces in the Middle East over the past decade through the AFCAP contract.

USAF helps the Royal Saudi Air Force establish and operate air bases as part of an F-15 acquisition support FMS agreement.

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