Work under the contract from the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command will be conducted throughout the Regional Aviation Sustainment Maintenance -- West Region, which include five sites in Texas and one in Kansas.
"We're proud to be able to continue supporting RASM-W," said Jim Myles, group vice president, Aviation, DynCorp International. "The DI team holds invaluable experience with the Contract Field Teams program that previously serviced this Army aviation work, and is excited to have the opportunity to keep working with this important program."
Services under the contract include depot-level repair on rotary wing aircraft and government furnished property or equipment. Maintenance support may include transient and rotational units, aircraft participating in joint training exercises, mobilization, pre-mobilization aircraft and approved Foreign Military Sales cases, DynCorp said.
The life of the contract is one base year of performance with four, one-year options. The value of $388.5 million includes option years.
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