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DynCorp International Senior Vice President of DynAviation, Jim Myles, Featured on Leadership Panel at AUSA Redstone-Huntsville Chapter Third Annual Department of the Army Civilian Leadership Summit

Jim MylesDynCorp International’s senior vice president of DynAviation, Jim Myles, participated on a leadership panel at the Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA) Redstone-Huntsville Chapter’s Third Annual Department of the Army Civilian Leadership Summit. The summit took place January 30, 2014, in Huntsville, Ala.

Myles, along with other panelists, discussed leadership best practices, gave their insights from personal experience, leadership challenges and mentorship.

“I was honored to be approached by the AUSA Redstone-Huntsville Chapter to participate on this panel,” said Myles. “This was a great opportunity to help shape some young minds growing up in the business.”

AUSA Redstone-Huntsville

The AUSA Redstone-Huntsville chapter was recently recognized as the 2013 Best Overall AUSA chapter for the support corporate and individual members have shown soldiers, civilians, retirees and their families.

AUSA is a private, nonprofit, educational association of individual, business and organization members dedicated to supporting and maintaining a strong national defense with emphasis on the role of the United States Army. AUSA supports the needs and interests of all components of the total Army – Active Duty, Army Reserve, National Guard, Department of the Army civilians, retirees and family members.

About Jim Myles

Jim Myles is the senior vice president of DynAviation in Huntsville, Alabama. DynAviation, as part of DynCorp International, supports critical military and commercial aviation needs globally with professional services and technical support. The $1.3 billion DynAviation Group encompasses more than 30 programs, supporting all branches of the U.S. military, U.S. Department of State, other U.S. Government agencies, and allied nations.

Prior to joining DynCorp, Myles served more than 36 years in the U.S. Army retiring at the rank of major general. His final assignment was the Commanding General of the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command and Redstone Arsenal, Ala. In his career, Myles served at various Army command and staff levels throughout the Army, to include commanding general, U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command, service on the Joint Staff, and key leadership positions in 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment.

Myles earned a Bachelor of Science in business management degree from Middle Tennessee State University and holds a Master’s degree in business administration from Webster University.

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