The U.S. Air Force (USAF) has awarded DynCorp International (DI) a task order under the Contract Field Teams (CFT) contract to provide aircraft maintenance support at Robins Air Force Base (AFB) in Georgia.
“We are proud to support the U.S. Air Force and are pleased to expand our Contract Field Team work in one of the largest CFT programs,” said Jim Myles, group vice president, Aviation, DynCorp International. “The DI team has been an integral part of the CFT program since its inception and we’re proud to deepen those ties with this new program.”
DI team members will provide depot maintenance operational support on USAF aircraft such as the C-130, C-17, C-5 and F-15.
The competitively-awarded, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (“IDIQ”) contract has one base year with one, one-year option and a total contract value of $92.6 million if the one-year option is exercised.
Robins Air Force Base
Robins Air Force Base is the home of Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, the 78th Air Base Wing, 402nd Maintenance Wing, Aerospace Sustainment Directorate and several associate units that make up a vital part of the Air Force team. It is the largest industrial complex in Georgia, employing a workforce of more than 25,500 civilians, contractors, and military personnel.
Contract Field Teams (CFT)
The Contract Field Teams (CFT) Program accomplishes depot, intermediate and organizational level inspection, maintenance, modification and repair at operational Government locations worldwide. The program supports Air Force requirements at each of the Air Logistics Centers (ALCs), Air Combat Command (ACC), Air Mobility Command (AMC), Air Force Reserves (AFRES) and Air National Guard (ANG). CFT contracts are also used to support requirements generated by the Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and other Federal agencies. The CFT program provides a rapid deployment capability to field necessary skilled technicians on site anywhere in the free world to support the Government’s war readiness and posture planning needs. Quantity of the services required is determined at the time the requirement is generated and will be cited on each order. Team requirements have been for as little as one to as many as a thousand technicians.