Under the Regional Aviation Support Management – West (RASM-W) task order, DynCorp International will provide aviation maintenance services, logistics support, maintenance support and property accountability of all associated Government Furnished Equipment within the RASM-W Area of Responsibility. The primary facilities include Killeen Aviation Facility, Temple Aviation Facility, San Angelo Aviation Facility, Biggs AAF, Fort Bliss Texas and the Fort Riley, Kansas Marshall Army Airfield.
Aviation Logistics Management Division (ALMD)
The second task order is for aviation maintenance support for Aviation Logistics Management Division (ALMD) at Fort Drum. DI employees will provide rotary wing aviation intermediate maintenance, aviation unit maintenance, limited depot repair and other support at Fort Drum and other CONUS/OCONUS locations.
“We’re extremely proud of these significant wins, which bring us further breadth in the CFT program,” said Catherine Gridley, vice president of Aviation for DynCorp International. “Combined with our Ft. Campbell CFT win earlier this year, we are honored to have the opportunity to continue building on our sixty year history of providing superior service under the CFT contract.”
DI is one of seven contractors competing for task orders to provide aviation services under the CFT contract, but is the only company that has held the contract continuously since the program’s inception in 1951.
The Contract Field Teams program (also called Contractor Field Teams), is designed to provide labor support for technical service needs. An Air Force program, all branches of the military and some civilian agencies are eligible to use the CFT program.
DynCorp International’s Aviation Business
The people of DynCorp International support aviation missions at more than 100 military and commercial locations worldwide with end-to-end professional services and technical support. From rapid-response field assignments to long-term engagements, DI provides the world’s most comprehensive array of integrated solutions to ensure customer success.
By leveraging an extensive global infrastructure, DynCorp International’s high-performing teams quickly organize and deploy workforce, materiel and technology solutions wherever needed. DI’s self-sustaining programs not only supply and maintain the mission, they fulfill the critical operational roles of site development and operations, communications, security, training and flight crews.