DynCorp International Awarded $1.7 Billion Navy Contract for Aviation Maintenance

DynCorp International has been awarded a $1.7 billion task order by the U.S. Navy to provide aviation maintenance support services for the service branch’s T-34, T-44 and T-6 training aircraft, the company announced on Wednesday. Dyncorp received the contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division in Orlando, Florida. 

“This win, coupled with recent awards through the Coast Guard and both of the Army’s Aviation Field Maintenance programs, will ensure that we maintain that position moving forward,” said George Krivo, CEO of DynCorp International.

Under the contract, DynCorp International will provide organizational, intermediate, depot- level maintenance and logistics services for U.S. Navy and Marine Corps aircrafts. Dyncorp’s developments will improve the service branches basic flight training capabilities. 

The task order marks Dyncorp’s second Contracted Maintenance, Modification, Aircrew and Related Services (CMMARS) indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract. It has a one-year base period and six option periods. 

Work will begin on April 1 st at naval air stations in Corpus Christi, Texas; Whiting Field, Florida; Pensacola, Florida; and additional locations within the continental United States. Work will continue through September 2026 if all options are executed.

“We are honored to serve as the largest provider of aviation maintenance services for the U.S. Army, Coast Guard and Navy,”  

About DynCorp International

DynCorp International is a leading global services provider offering unique, tailored solutions for an ever-changing world. Built on more than seven decades of experience as a trusted partner to commercial, government and military customers, DI provides sophisticated aviation, logistics, training, intelligence and operational solutions wherever we are needed. DynCorp International is headquartered in McLean, Va.

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