DynCorp International Wins New Contract to Maintain Kuwaiti F/A-18sIRVING, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 19, 2006--The United States Navy has awarded DynCorp International LLC a contract to provide maintenance and support services for the Kuwaiti Air Force F/A-18 program under the Foreign Military Sales Program. The contract is for one year plus four option years. It is valued at $13,683,264 in 2006 and has a five-year potential value of nearly $64 million dollars. This is a repeat award for DynCorp International, which has held the contract since 1997.
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The work includes organizational and intermediate-level aviation maintenance support for 39 F/A-18 aircraft, supply support, quality control, audit review of maintenance and supply, on-the-job training, and maintenance and material documentation services for F/A-18s assigned to the Kuwait Air Force.
DynCorp International also will continue to provide organization- and intermediate-level aviation maintenance support for 39 F/A-18 aircraft, supply support, quality control, audit review of maintenance and supply, on-the-job training, and maintenance and material documentation services. The company will continue to maintain and operate a fleet of general and special-purpose vehicles including cranes, tugs, and material-handling equipment, oversee inventory control of all aviation support personal equipment (ASPE) assets, and manage the receipt, storage, and issue of Class V ammunition.
DynCorp International is a professional services and project-management company serving governments, corporations, and international organizations worldwide. Headquartered in Irving, Texas, it has more than 14,000 employees in some 35 countries. It had revenues of nearly $2 billion in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2005.
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