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Dyncorp continues support for NAWCWD test aircraft
Dyncorp International is to provide organisational-level aircraft maintenance and logistics support for aircrew systems and subsystems, search and rescue equipment, and support equipment for seven USN-operated aircraft types, under a $60.46 million contract modification from the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) Naval Test Wing Pacific.
Work will be performed at nine US locations for completion by September 2022.
Dyncorp received a previous MRO and logistics contract modification worth $60.04 million from NAWCWD in October 2020.
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