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DynAviation

SERVING SINCE 1946

In South America and around the world, we ensure safe, reliable and expertly-maintained aircraft are ready for flight, available for pilots to train on and safe for the world’s leaders to fly on. Our teams provide organizational, line, intermediate and limited depot-level maintenance for any type of aircraft globally – from front-line fighters to commercial transport aircraft.

Our dedicated professionals install aircraft modification programs for a broad range of weapons systems and more than 70 engine types, updating entire fleets to mission-ready status. Group “A” and “B” kit designs, fabrication assembly, installation and modifications are carried out swiftly and skillfully.

Beyond maintenance and modifications, we provide airfield operations, airlift support, logistics, security, construction, communications and training, in some of the most challenging regions of the world. We also maintain and crew aircraft for specialized missions such as transporting personnel and equipment and combating forest fires.

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Providing Best-Value Maintenance Around the World

DynCorp International maintenance teams provide quality aviation field and sustainment level maintenance in locations around the world. On the U.S. government Regional Aviation Support Management West (RASM-W) contract, the team provides limited depot level repair (DLR) with maintenance engineering approval and installation of modification work orders (MWO), pass-back maintenance, and other maintenance support for customers both domestic and abroad.

DynCorp International provides meticulous daily and routine maintenance on all assigned rotary wing aircraft and government furnished property or equipment. Maintenance support also includes transient and rotational units, aircraft participating in joint training exercises, mobilization, pre-mobilization aircraft, approved foreign military sales (FMS) cases, and International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) requirements abroad.

With roots that date back to the 1940s, DynCorp International’s aviation team continues to provide the best aviation maintenance capabilities in the industry.

DynLogistics

SERVING SINCE 1946

In South America and around the world, we offer unique, tailored solutions for an ever-changing world. Built on more than six decades of experience as a trusted partner to commercial, government and military customers, we specialize in providing self-sustaining programs that fulfill the critical operational roles of site management, supply chain management, communications and security.

The team offers worldwide expertise in all aspects of operations and maintenance. From planning, building, operating and maintaining facilities, to complete logistics and personnel sustainment, we take pride in delivering adaptable, self-sustaining solutions that can be quickly deployed, integrated and dispatched anywhere, anytime.

Leveraging our global presence and reach, international business experience, language capabilities, and deep cultural understanding, we provide the highest level of professional intelligence training, collection and analysis, and mission support, to meet the Intelligence needs of our customers. The team also delivers flexible, rapidly-deployable, integrated security solutions to suit any situation in any part of the world.

From law enforcement to logistics, vehicle maintenance to intelligence, nearly all of our capabilities include a training solution to help our customers build and develop capacity.

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The Paraguay Threshold Program

We work as an implementing partner with the United States Agency for International Development in the Millennium Challenge Corporation-funded Paraguay Threshold Program. The program’s goal is to build upon the substantial achievements of Paraguay’s initial threshold program by targeting improved performance on Millennium Challenge Corporation’s Control of Corruption and Rule of Law indicators.

The program focuses on anti-corruption efforts in law enforcement, customs, and the healthcare and judicial sectors. The objective of the program is not only to reduce opportunities for corruption and increase successful prosecution of wrongdoers, but also to improve public opinion of the government’s efforts in these areas and reinforce Paraguay’s commitment to combating corruption.

DynGlobal

SERVING SINCE 1946

In South America and around the world, we offer unique, tailored solutions for an ever-changing world.

DynGlobal brings the full range of the company’s diverse capabilities and decades of experience to commercial, international and emerging markets. Whether the need is for solutions in logistics, aviation, training, security, program and risk management, or operations and maintenance, we bring proven results to customers in every corner of the globe.

Providing:

  • Air Operations and Transport
  • Airfield Management, Communication and Navigation
  • Aerial Firefighting
  • Aviation Maintenance, Modifications, Overhaul, Repair and Support
  • Base Operations Support
  • Communications / Infrastructure Management
  • Demining
  • Facilities Management
  • Global Logistics
  • Intelligence Training and Solutions
  • International Development
  • Land Vehicle Maintenance and Modifications
  • Security Solutions
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Training
  • Weapons Removal
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DynCorp International Supports Efforts to Provide Humanitarian Aid in Guatemala

After heavy rains from a tropical depression and Hurricane Jova left parts of Guatemala flooded, DynCorp International team members working at the direction of the Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Office of Aviation were able to support humanitarian assistance efforts for those in isolated areas.

The Government of Guatemala’s Aviation Support Program, which is supported under our Air Operations business, provided disaster relief flights in the northern province of Petén and southern provinces of Retalhuleu and Escuintla. In total, our team members supported 18 sorties that transported 50 passengers and 20,365 pounds of relief supplies.