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CAL FIRE Certifies Two New Air Tanker Pilots

For the first time in the history of the program, DynCorp International air tanker instructor pilots on the CAL FIRE program completed two pilot trainees at the same time. Congratulations to both Abbie Crews and Parker Osborne! “They were both ... Read More

DynCorp International Warns: Beware of Money Scams

DynCorp International warns jobseekers and web app users (especially dating apps), among others, of internet money scams. Unauthorized people using DynCorp International’s brand may solicit money. If you want to join the DI team, please read this carefully. Official DI ... Read More

Pax River Program Manager Retires After 40 Years with DI

Today we celebrate the career of a DynCorp International team member who rose through the ranks to be the extremely successful leader of one of DI’s longest and continuous running programs. Randy Hughes, DI’s Naval Test Wing Atlantic (NTWL) program ... Read More

DI Restores Offutt AFB Building After Flood

DynCorp International started the renovation process on Building 457, the Bennie Davis Maintenance Facility, in March of 2019. “DI won the Air Force Contract Augmentation Program (AFCAP) task order for recovery support at Offutt Air Force Base (AFB) in Nebraska ... Read More

Peshmerga MPV Program and the COVID-19 Pandemic

On the Peshmerga Multi-Platform Vehicle Program (MPVP), DynCorp International provides maintenance, logistics and on-the-job training for the Peshmerga military on multiple types of vehicles in Erbil, Iraqi (Kurdistan). It is a knowledge transfer program designed to increase the Peshmerga maintenance ... Read More

USCG Vice Chief Visits Elizabeth City

On April 15, Vice Chief Admiral Charlie Ray of the United States Coast Guard (USCG) and Captain Randy Hartnett, Commander of the Coast Guard Aircraft Logistic Center at Elizabeth City, North Carolina, paid a visit to the DynCorp International (DI) ... Read More

CAL FIRE’s Busy Season Welcomes CEO George Krivo

The CAL FIRE program is busier than ever, because fire season doesn’t slow down for global pandemics or other human concerns. “As of July 1st, we’ve had more than 3,480 fires in California that have burned nearly 25,000 acres,” said ... Read More