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DynCorp International Afghanistan Operations Team Secures Bridging Letter for Important Operating License

Navigating the various permissions and licenses to operate in a foreign country can be daunting.

DynCorp International’s Afghanistan Operations team is a group of eleven employees that support almost all our programs in Afghanistan. Their special support ranges across many different areas including Security, Personal Security Transport (PST), Tax, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan (MoFA), Administration, and Visa/Liaison support. Much of their work allows the programs in Afghanistan to meet the rule of Afghan law and to ensure that the laws and rules are applied properly and correctly.

These team members interact with the various Afghan ministries, ensuring visas and MoFA reference numbers are delivered and processed on time and that comprehensive tax situations are dealt with accurately and correctly. Additionally, the team, led by security director Glen Lewis, ensures that whenever there is an incident, timely and accurate information is disseminated across all channels and levels of DynCorp International.

One of the most important challenges this team faces is renewing the Services International LLC/Risk Management Company (SIL/RMC) license each year. Without the license or a letter bridging to the next license, a company can no longer provide RMC services to its customers – in short, the company cannot conduct certain types of business in Afghanistan. Mr. Zubair Wahabzai, the Visa/Government Liaison specialist, took on this difficult challenge even after the Ministry of Interior Counterterrorism Department (MoICT) insisted it would not be willing to give any type of bridging letters to any RMC companies in Afghanistan. After multiple trips around the city of Kabul, including daily trips to the MoICT Department to meet with very senior leaders, his constant engagement, coupled with a lot of finesse, resulted in DynCorp International receiving the very first, highly sought-after bridging letter.

Reader Interactions


    • Ghiasuddin says

      Dear sir I am interested to work in your company because I have lot of experience I have been work in Afghanistan in different company and different region in Afghanistan my experience is more then 30 years

  1. protas Baritore Gekura says

    yes DI is a great company it has done a lot to help others need military in Afghanistan am former DI employee i work at camp leatherneck and camp Dwyer i see what DI did congratulation DI for work you have done At Afghanistan DI is my home to me and others thanks again god bless DI

    • Banwari says

      Please contact me I have appointment letter from dyncorp
      But I don’t know this is Real OR fake
      How i can check
      Please help

  2. Naeem Akhtar says

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    • chanelm says

      If you are experiencing technical difficulties completing your application on our Career Site, please email your full name, the Job Title or Job ID, your email address, your phone number and a description of the technical difficulties you are experiencing to our Technical Assistance Group @

  3. Uttam Mondal says

    Dear sir
    I am interested in your company. I am uttam Mondal form India. I am complete ITI and B.A. I am looking for job. I have six months experience form st Augistine day school at kolkata post by assistance administration. Sir please contact me. My Gmail address thank you.

  4. Santosh Gatla says


    I have received a offer letter from one agent on behalf of your company they had send us the offer letter through whatsapp and asking for some money for medical and insurance. I am confusion whether to beleive it or not please help me out from this situation.

    • chanelm says

      DynCorp International never requests any sort of fees or moneys for employment. There are no fees to process benefits, medical or otherwise. If an employee chooses to enroll in DynCorp benefits, the employee portion is deducted from their paycheck. If the employee chooses to acquire their own benefits, no benefits would be deducted. There is no fee in either situation. Do not send money.

  5. Shirshendu Ghosh says

    Good morning I am shirshendu Ghosh from india I already received a appointment letter from Dyncorp international. Now this agency asking for 160$ fees for travel insurance what should I do please help me out from this situation. Thank you.

    • chanelm says

      This is a scam. DynCorp International never requests fees or money from employees or anyone seeking employment with DynCorp.

  6. Ashwini Kumar Patel says

    Dear sir this is Ashwini Kumar Patel from India I got an offer letter with dyncorp international as a cleaner by way solution Chandigarh sector 20 in India .way solutions tells me give me money for your travels insurance. This is contact number of way solution8641817786,9646853678
    Please help me.

    • chanelm says

      This is a scam. DynCorp International never requests fees or money from employees or anyone seeking employment with DynCorp.

  7. Jagir Hussain says

    Hallo sir /Mam this is jagir Hussain i got offer letter from one of the agent to work your company in Afghan US Army camp, hotel manager posting, but they asking money for medical fees so how can i trust it, so please help me.
    Thank you

    • chanelm says

      DynCorp International never asks for nor requires any fees of any type to secure employment. If you have any medical expenses (you may need an exam to qualify for a job) you would pay those direct to your doctor, laboratory or health care facility to perform any required tests or vaccinations prior to your employment. You would never pay DynCorp. Any one asking you to do so is a scam.

  8. Suneel kumar says

    Sir my name is suneel Kumar and my all details are as follows in the given attachment. Sir I applied for this job from chandiagrh by online procedure.

    Sir I want to know that is this offer letter is correct or not ?
    And is this offer letter is given by you or not ?

    Yours faithfully
    Suneel kumar
    Please reply me
    My all deatails are in given pdf
    Please verify sir

    • chanelm says

      The blog comments do not allow attachments Suneel. On the offer letter, there should be no requests for bank accounts or personal information or a request for any fees. It should only list the position or job you are agreeing to work. DI recruiters also only use the domain If your recruiter does not use an email that looks like:, they are not a DI recruiter.

    • chanelm says

      If the “offer letter” contains anything other than the terms of the position or job, it is fake. An offer letter will not include requests for fees or personal information like visa or bank account number requests.

  9. James Njagi Njoka says

    Hello, am James from Kenya and in February 12th 2020 you provided me with a offer letter which I was to go through and sign. I went through the letter and signed,and after I was through with every procedure, you then mailed me the start date of the job of which I was paying nothing but unfortunately, the Covid-19 pandemic broke out. My question is, when are you going to resume or what happened after the pademic came through please?

  10. rahmatullah says

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  11. Amit Kumar says

    Hi sir I got offer letter from dyncrop international so now I want know your are hiring now days or because I got offer letter that’s why sir please help me

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