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DynCorp International Featured in Military Logistics Forum Article on Maintenance Logistics

DynCorp International is featured in an article in the October 2012 issue of Military Logistics Forum. The article addresses the challenges associated with streamlining maintenance logistics and offers perspectives and best practices from defense industry professionals.

Kenneth Juergens, DynCorp International group vice president, Global Logistics and Development Solutions, describes DI’s methodologies in maintenance logistics.

“We use a variety of different maintenance methodologies in our work with the U.S. military,” said Kenneth Juergens, a group vice president at DynCorp International. “We often use high-velocity maintenance for scheduled services. For unscheduled maintenance, we often use predictive models including conditioned based maintenance. Sometimes we are able to take an approach that blends more than one maintenance methodology.”

In the article, high-velocity maintenance is described as a methodology “usually associated with depot-level overhauls of equipment, in which the condition of the equipment is known before it reaches the depot and the maintenance to be performed involves routine, repeatable steps at which the maintainers are highly skilled.”

DynCorp International Operations and Maintenance

DynCorp International team members support critical military base operations as well as vehicle and ground support equipment needs globally with end-to-end professional services and technical support.

DI leverages an extensive global infrastructure and high-performing teams to quickly organize and deploy workforce, material and technology solutions all over the world. Key programs include:

  • Egypt Personnel Support Services (EPSS) Program – DI team members provide housing, facility and equipment management, vehicle maintenance, transportation management, communications and IT, custodial/grounds services, recreation, dining facilities, and emergency response services to support Department of Defense and contractor personnel in Egypt.
  • General Maintenance Corps (GMC) – DI works as a subcontractor to a UAE company providing maintenance and logistical support for the UAE’s fleet of 23,000 land-force 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.

Military Logistics Forum

Military Logistics Forum is the publication of record for the military logistics community. It details every aspect of the supply chain from contracting and acquisition, development, life cycle management, reset and recap, asset management, and process improvement from factory to fort and beyond. Military Logistics Forum’s audience includes members of Congress, senior Pentagon leadership, the service’s logistics communities and logisticians in theater.

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