DynCorp Scores AF Middle East Deal

DynCorp Scores AF Middle East Deal

By Nick Wakeman, Staff Writer

MAY 16 - DynCorp of
Reston, Va., won a $169 million, seven-year contract to manage U.S. Air Force prepositioned war reserves in the
Middle East.

DynCorp Technical Services will perform operations, maintenance and support of materiel in southwest Asia and operation of supply stock control at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C.


"We're extremely pleased to be selected for this important project," said Robert Alleger, president of DTS. "It re
affirms the fact that we have been providing innovative solutions and exceptional services on the contracts we
currently hold with the Air Force. The contract also allows us to continue assisting the Air Force in maintaini
ng war reserve materiel to meet their mission worldwide."

The cost-plus-fixed-fee contract furthe
r builds DynCorp\022s presence in the Middle East. If all options are exercised, the contract will run from July 2000 through April 2007.

The program will employ more than 950 people, including U.S., British a
nd local nationals, as well as employees from other countries. Geographically, the program will cover six opera
ting sites in three Middle Eastern countries.

DynCorp Technical Services is based in Fort Worth, Texas, and has about $700 million in annual revenue and more than 11,000 employees, providing services aviation, security, base operations, management, marine operations, range technical services and logistics support, space and re-entry services, engineering, contingency support, and international operations.

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