DynCorp supports Saudi land forces
DynCorp International has been awarded a contract to provide maintenance management and support for Saudi Arabia’s Land Forces Aviation Command, the company announced on 7 December.
The firm-fixed price/cost reimbursable foreign military sale (FMS) contract has two base years and three one-year options.
The base award is valued at $61 million. If all the options are exercised the value of the contract will reach $215 million, with an estimated completion date of 31 January 2021.
Steven Schorer, president, DynAviation, DynCorp International, said: ‘DynCorp International is pleased and honoured to continue our service to the Royal Saudi Land Forces Aviation Command. We look forward to many years of dedicated support to one of America’s strongest allies through safe and efficient support of their extensive army aircraft fleet.’
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