From the UAE to Fort Bliss, Afghanistan to Fort Campbell, DynCorp International’s Operations and Maintenance business strengthens programs all over the world. DI performs maintenance, modifications, training and base operating support – just to name a few in the wide array of services provided by the Operations and Maintenance team.
Fort Campbell Directorate of Logistics
One key program is the Fort Campbell Directorate of Logistics. This large base-support program’s mission statement is: “To provide maintenance, supply, and ground/air transportation services to support deployment of the 18th Airborne Corp and SOCOM units; and mobilization of reserve component forces. We also plan, coordinate and execute deployment readiness for the installation.”
At Fort Campbell, DynCorp International is able to support the soldiers by providing management, logistics support, procurement, HR, security, training and automated data-processing at sites worldwide. Operations support includes production control, overhaul and rebuilding of parts, subassemblies, assemblies, end items, as well as supply and transportation.
About Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell is located on the Tennessee – Kentucky state line and is a 106,700-acre Army home base. It is proud home to the only Air Assault Division in the world, the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), as well as the home of two Special Operations Command units, the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) and the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne).
Fort Campbell is also home to the 86th Combat Support Hospital, the 716th MP Battalion, and sizable Medical and Dental activities.
The base provides training and mobilization support for numerous Army National Guard and Army Reserve units. Fort Campbell is an Army installation that supports active and reserve component units, Army civilians, Army Families, retirees and veterans.
UAE General Maintenance Corps Program
Another key program is the General Maintenance Corps program, located in the United Arab Emirates. DynCorp International works as a subcontractor to a UAE company providing maintenance and logistical support for the UAE’s fleet of 23,000 land vehicles. This is a knowledge- transfer / maintenance-mentoring program. The training provided is intended to increase the local workforce and decrease the foreign workforce over time.
What makes this interesting is that the supply chains involved aren’t only U.S., but also Russian and French. DynCorp International is able to pull resources from all over the world and help them work together.
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