DynCorp to help Army train soldiers on medium tactical vehicles
- By Defense Systems Staff
- Mar 14, 2013
The Army has awarded DynCorp International a contract with a potential value of $35.3 million to help train soldiers on medium tactical vehicles and also maintain and modify the vehicles as needed, the company said March 14.
Under the contract, Dyncorp will be responsible for helping the Army with total package fielding, which is the service's standard materiel process for new and modified materiel systems. Specific services covered under the agreement are training, deprocessing, fielding and general maintenance support.
The work will be performed on the service's fleet of 30,600 trucks, trailers, and other associated equipment used by military units in the United States and overseas.
The fixed-price contract has one base year and two, one-year options.