DynCorp receives new contract modification
DynCorp has received a $114.9 million contract modification to provide organisational level maintenance and logistic support for aircraft assigned to the Naval Test Wing Atlantic in Patuxent River, Maryland, the company announced on 9 May.
The modification is for the second option year of a contract awarded to the company in January 2017.
Under the contract, DynCorp will provide maintenance services and support equipment for all rotary, fixed, lighter-than-air aircraft and UAS assigned to the Naval Test Wing.
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