FALLS CHURCH, Va. (March 25, 2010) – The U.S.Army Aviation and Missile Command has awarded a contract to DynCorpInternational (NYSE:DCP) to provide helicopter maintenance supportservices for the Royal Saudi helicopter fleet. The contract,which was awarded under the Foreign Military Sales program, has atwo year base period with a contract value of $17.2 million, andthree one-year option periods. The total potential value if alloptions are exercised is up to $43.1 million.
DynCorp International will assist the Royal Saudi Land ForcesAviation Command (RSLFAC) in maximizing aircraft operationalcapability and achieving training objectives. The RSLFAC fleetcontains Apache, Blackhawk, and combat scout aircraft. DynCorpInternational will provide support services and personnel toaugment, train and advise personnel of the Royal Saudi Land ForcesAviation Command. All work will be performed in Saudi Arabia.
The contract was first awarded in April 2009, but was under astay-of-performance due to protest by the incumbent. Thestay-of-performance was lifted January 13, 2010, following denialof the protest by the Government Accountability Office, and a 60day phase-in transition began January 30, 2010.
“I am very pleased that DynCorp International is expanding itsaviation support services to the Royal Saudi helicopter fleet,building on our successful performance in platform supportelsewhere in the region,” said DynCorp International President andCEO William L. Ballhaus.
About DynCorp International
DynCorp International is a global government services provider insupport of U.S. national security and foreign policy objectives,delivering support solutions for defense, diplomacy, andinternational development. DI operates major programs in logistics,platform support, contingency operations, and training andmentoring to reinforce security, community stability, and the ruleof law. DynCorp International is headquartered in Falls Church, Va.For more information, visit www.dyn-intl.com.
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