DI receives LMR support contract
DynCorp International (DI) has received a $955K contract from the US Army to provide Land Mobile Radio (LMR) support in Kosovo, the company announced on 11 January. The contract has one base year beginning December 2016, with two six-month options.
DI will provide services including repair and maintenance of Motorola LMR equipment and transmission systems such as handheld, base mounted and remote repeater sites. The company has supported Kosovo forces and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) since 2007 in Kosovo providing a variety of services including mentoring, aviation maintenance, force protection and base support.
Randy Bockenstedt, senior vice president, Logistics Business Unit, said: 'We are excited that our contract performance and commitment to excellence has been recognised with this award. We look forward to continuing our partnership and providing mission critical LMR support to our NATO allies in Kosovo, where we have supported the US Army and other customers for several years.'
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