The U.S. Air Force has awarded DynCorp International a task order under the Contract Field Teams (CFT) program to support the U.S. Navy Fleet Readiness Center Aviation Support Equipment (FRC-ASE) headquartered at Solomons, Md.
“We look forward to continuing our strong partnership with the Navy at Solomons,” said Jim Myles, senior vice president, DynAviation. “We value this relationship with our customer that has lasted more than 30 years.”
DI team members will provide depot and intermediate-level maintenance and overhaul on the FRC-ASE fleet of equipment. Services include emergent repairs of support equipment at sea. DI has been providing these services continuously to the Navy since 1980.
The competitively-awarded task order has a one-year period of performance with a total contract value of $27 million. The Contract Field Teams (CFT) program accomplishes depot, intermediate and organizational level inspection, maintenance, modification and repair at operational Government locations worldwide.
The CFT Program at Solomons, Md.
DynCorp International has supported the U.S. Navy’s Support Equipment Depot Repair and Overhaul facility located in Solomons, Md. under an ongoing CFT task order. The team provides depot maintenance, repair, modification, and logistical support for military aviation support equipment. The Solomons, Md. facility is also the management headquarters for nine other work sites throughout the United States where other teams perform the same type of work under this task order. Customers supported by this facility include US Navy and Marine Corps Air Stations and Aircraft capable ships in the US Naval Fleet. The Solomons, Md. facility is an Annex of the Patuxent River Naval Air Station.
DynCorp International Contract Field Teams
The CFT Program accomplishes depot, intermediate and organizational level inspection, maintenance, modification and repair at operational Government locations worldwide. The program supports Air Force requirements at each of the Air Logistics Centers (ALCs), Air Combat Command (ACC), Air Mobility Command (AMC), Air Force Reserves (AFRES) and Air National Guard (ANG). CFT contracts are also used to support requirements generated by the Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and other Federal agencies.
The CFT program provides a rapid deployment capability to field necessary skilled technicians on site anywhere in the free world to support the Government’s war readiness and posture planning needs. Quantity of the services required is determined at the time the requirement is generated and will be cited on each order. Team requirements have been for as little as one to as many as a thousand technicians.