DynCorp Awarded Foreign Military Sales Contract for Kuwait Air Force Lab Support

Jeff Brody

DynCorp International received a potential five-year, $38M foreign military sales contract in June to support laboratory activities at Kuwait’s air force metrology branch.

The company said Monday it will support technical, metrology logistics and calibration maintenance needs of KAFMB under the U.S. Navy-awarded Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory contract.

In addition, the follow-on contract provides for laboratory production, transportation and engineering support.

Services under the contract support Kuwait’s air force, army, navy and other defense organizations.

“We at DynAviation are exceptionally happy with the decision sustaining our long-standing support to the government of Kuwait,” said Joe Ford, president at Dyncorp’s aviation arm.

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