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DynCorp, SNC team for aviation services

June 26, 2013 at 1:45 PM   |   Comments

HUNTSVILLE, Ala., June 26 (UPI) -- DynCorp International and Sierra Nevada Corp.'s Integrated Mission Systems have teamed to provide aviation services to customers around the world.

The emphasis of services will be for fixed-wing, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems, and unmanned aerial systems.

This is a powerful combination," said James Myles, senior vice president of DI's DynAviation Group. "By uniting our extensive competencies, global presence and deep relationships, together we can enhance the services we offer existing customers and pursue new opportunities in emerging markets."

"We are extremely excited to announce this alliance and the future opportunities that it represents," said Tim Owings, corporate vice president for SNC's Integrated Mission Systems business area. "Both SNC and DynCorp International bring significant and highly complementary skill sets in the UAS and ISR markets.

"Collectively, the alliance will allow us to continue to provide superior mission critical services to our existing customers, and attract future customers."

The teaming arrangement between the two companies includes the joint establishment of a fixed-wing Center of Excellence in Huntsville, Ala.

Facility services would include maintenance, repair, overhaul, modification, integration and installation.

"This is a powerful combination," said James Myles, senior vice president of DI's DynAviation Group. "By uniting our extensive competencies, global presence and deep relationships, together we can enhance the services we offer existing customers and pursue new opportunities in emerging markets."

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