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DynCorp International Signs Agreement with Red River Army Depot to Enhance Land Systems Life Cycle Support Capabilities

Red River Army Depot Teaming AgreementThe U.S. Army’s Red River Army Depot (RRAD) has signed an agreement with DynCorp International (DI) to enhance DI’s land systems life cycle support capabilities.

RRAD’s mission is a valuable one to the U.S. military because it has the only Department of Defense capability for the remanufacture of road wheel and tracked vehicle systems. As the primary depot source for the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle, this agreement will benefit customers worldwide.

DI excels in land systems life cycle support and management. This Public/Private partnership combines DI’s skills with RRAD’s depot level operations expertise.

“We are excited about the potential of our partnership and look forward to building a strong, competitive alliance,” stated Colonel Doyle Lassitter, commander at Red River Army Depot.

DI’s vice president of Operations echoed Col. Lassitter’s enthusiasm.

“Partnering with the Red River Army Depot gives DI the most technically proficient partner in the land systems life cycle support business,” said Michael Herrington. “Additionally, the agreement bolsters DI’s ability to provide state-of-the-art solutions and an unparalleled ability to meet surge requirements, utilizing the U.S. Army’s vehicle depot systems.”

About Red River Army Depot

Red River Army Depot is located in Texarkana, Texas. Its mission has changed over the years as the depot adjusts its mission and capabilities to meet the evolving needs of the U.S. Military. The people, equipment, and facilities support today’s war fighter. RRAD’s personnel work on the depot and deploy overseas to keep ground vehicles at optimal performance levels and sustain combat and tactical fleets.

Reader Interactions


  1. Michael Wayne Chamlee says

    I was over seas with RRAD in Bagdad from 2008 to 2013.
    I would like to re deploy back oversea if you have imploment their.please let me know if so I would like nothing moor to once agan to have the pleasure of supporting the wor fighter. Thank you for all you do.M W C.

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