DynCorp selected for US Army base support contract
DynCorp International (DI) will provide base operation support services for the US Army at Soto Cano Air Base in Honduras under a new contract announced on 5 December. The competitively-awarded, fixed price contract has one base year with four, one-year options, and a total contract value of $22 million if all options are exercised.
The contract will see the company provide support services for Joint Task Force Bravo including engineering services, laundry services, supply support activity, morale, welfare & recreation (MWR), equipment maintenance, full food service, Class I operations subsistence (TISA), ground transportation, air transportation, security, and petroleum, oil & lubricant services (POL). Joint Task Force Bravo is one of two task forces under United States Southern Command; it operates a forward, all-weather day/night C-5-capable air base.
Kenneth Juergens, group vice president, Global Logistics and Development Solutions, DI, said: ‘We are honoured that the US Army has chosen DI to support this important programme in Honduras and excited to expand our footprint in Central America.’
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