DynCorp Secures Army Aviation Maintenance Support Extension

DynCorp International will continue to provide aviation field maintenance services for the U.S. Army‘s theater aviation sustainment management group under a six-month, $41.6M contract extension.

The company said Monday it has supported TASM operations outside the continental U.S. since October 2013 and will continue support efforts through June 30 under the extended contract.

“DI is proud to continue our decades-long legacy of providing safe and airworthy aircraft supporting Army Aviation around the world,” said Joe Ford, president of DynAviation.

The TASM group helps the service branch sustain aviation platforms as well as provide technical and deployment or redeployment assistance.

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