This past April, the DynCorp International (DI) Medium Tactical Vehicles (MTV) Total Package Fielding (TPF) program put on a rally at Fort Smith, Arkansas to showcase DI’s fielding operations for the U.S. Army Reserves. The rally provided an overview of DI’s work as the executor of Total Package Fielding contracts across the U.S. to the viewing audience, the MTV Program Office based out of Warren, Michigan.
On the MTV TPF program, DI supports our U.S. soldiers by providing them training and general maintenance support on newly fielded medium tactical vehicles such as trucks and trailers.
“Our site lead, Randy Parker, and his team lead LTC Bridges and the program office team through a detailed account of the entire DI fielding process and answered questions,” said Steve Gorgen, DI’s MTV TPF program manager. “Even though the TPF program operates out of Warren, MI, Fort Smith provided an excellent locational opportunity for our program office to witness an actual fielding.”
“The rally was executed by DI’s target customers, the 883rd and 910th Quartermaster Companies with the U.S. Army Reserves, and they walked away highly satisfied with the flawless fielding,” continued Steve.
“DI is doing great work, I never have any problems with DI-run fieldings,” said Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Bridges, U.S. Army Reserves. “Your company is all about solutions, problem solving and mission accomplishment.”
Matt Brown, the MTV Contracting Office Representative (COR), is a veteran of numerous fieldings. He commented, “Clearly DI is among the best at Total Package Fielding. DI makes my job so much easier and it’s nice to get positive messages from the customer base – the fielded units. The culture and can-do outlook DI brings to the table is unique.”
Currently, DI is in the final year of the three year contract for MTV Total Package Fielding. Customer affirmation of DI’s great performance will aid in re-compete efforts to continue the TPF contract.
“DI and the Arkansas Army Reserve have forged a great relationship and all fieldings go off without a hitch,” stated Coby Buckingham, new equipment fielding manager for the Arkansas Army Reserve and key to rally operations on the ground. “DI is always ahead of any potential problems and I can always count on them to get the mission done.”
Additional photos of the MTV fielding rally can be viewed on DI’s Flickr album.