DynCorp International’s Violeta Ragipi, custodial lead, was recently recognized for her outstanding work at Camp Film City, where DynCorp International subsidiary, DCH, provides base support services for North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces in Pristina, Kosovo.
Ragipi was awarded a certificate of appreciation by Colonel Daniel Murphy, commander, Headquarters Support Group, Camp Film City NATO Kosovo Forces (KFOR) on January 30, 2013. She also earned an employee of the month certificate for January 2013.
“Violeta performs her duties to the highest standard in a very professional manner,” said Fatmir Beshiri, deputy site manager. “Her leadership and dedication to our customer helps make Camp Film City a pleasant place to live and work.”
DCH, a wholly-owned DynCorp International subsidiary formed in 2007, furnishes all labor, services and materials necessary to operate, maintain, repair and alter of facilities and related systems and equipment located at HQ KFOR Main on Film City in Pristina, Kosovo and sub-sites located throughout Kosovo.
Camp Film City and KFOR
Camp Film City, which houses Headquarters NATO Kosovo Forces (KFOR), was established in June 1999 as NATO took the lead in establishing a peacekeeping operation in support of wider international efforts to build peace and stability in the area.
Today, 5,134 troops from the NATO-led Kosovo Force (KFOR), provided by 31 countries (24 NATO and seven KFOR partners) continue to contribute towards maintaining a safe and secure environment and freedom of movement for all citizens, irrespective of their ethnic origin.
KFOR’s mission is to:
- contribute to a secure environment and ensure public safety and order
- support and coordinate the international humanitarian effort and civil presence
- support the development of a stable, democratic, multi-ethnic and peaceful Kosovo
- support the development of the Kosovo Security Force