DynCorp to Help Maintain Air Force Trainer Engines


DynCorp International has been awarded a $17.7M contract modification to help the U.S. Air Force maintain small turbojet engines that power the branch's T-38 jet trainers.

The company said Tuesday it will plan, schedule, direct and oversee maintenance work on J85 engines and associated equipment at Laughlin AF Base in Texas.

McLean, Va.-based DynCorp will also monitor serviceable base stock and target serviceable requirements under the modification.

USAF expects the company to finish work by Sept. 15, 2021.

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