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DynCorp International to Provide Training and Mentoring in Afghanistan

DynCorp International (DI) has been awarded two contracts with a total cumulative potential value of $100.7 million from the U.S. Army Contracting Command to provide advisory, training and mentoring services to the Afghanistan Ministry of Interior (MoI/Afghanistan National Police) and the Afghanistan Ministry of Defense (MoD/Afghanistan National Army).

Through each contract, DI team members will provide in-depth advising, mentoring, training, and programmatic support to the Afghan MoI and MoD. Support services include personnel, equipment, supplies, facilities, transportation, tools, materials, supervision, and other items and non-personal services as necessary.

Randy Bockenstedt, DynLogistics senior vice president, DynCorp International, commented, “We have supported the U.S. Army and coalition forces in providing this specialized training since 2010. We are honored to be able to continue this partnership and contribute to strengthening the Afghan national security forces.”

Each firm-fixed-price, cost reimbursable contract has a nine-month base period with two three-month option periods. Total potential value for the contract supporting the Afghan MoI is $52.1 million. Total potential value for the contract supporting the Afghan MoD is $52.1 million.

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  1. Tyler Nellans says

    While in Afghanistan I was on a MiTT team and trained thr afghan army. I enjoyed the job and would like to continue and help their soldiers/police to learn how to protect, serve, and show proper operation and procedures for their jobs. I was also on a PSD team working closely with a head official of the Afghan Government.

  2. Cesar A Munoz says

    I am looking for an opportunity to work in the same field, training and logistics.
    I am retired from the USA with 28 years of experience behind me. Fair compensation is all that is required.
    Look forward to hearing from some one out there.

  3. syed zaheeruddin says

    I have Bachelor degree in automotive engineering and I also have experience as vehicle maintenance in US Army. I would like to go t Afghanistan as instructor.

  4. Ghulam Ghous Durani says

    Since 2010 up to current time I enjoy the job wit DynCorp’s Mentors as a interpreter in logistics Command and I would like to continue and help our ANA /Afghan National Army to learn how to protect, serve, and show proper operation spicily in logistics and procedures for their jobs. Also I am working closely with a head official of the Afghan Government and I keep following the DI learning to improve my experience
    Thanks a lot from DynCorp international Company .

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