DynCorp International recognized four police mentors for
their heroic efforts with a Chairman's Valor award, the
highest recognition given by the company.
Read about how DI is supporting the White House's
Joining Forces initiative by continuing to focus on
Washington Post features an article on DynCorp
International's consolidation from five business groups to
three strategic units - DynAviation, DynLogistics and
DynCorp International embedded police mentors
work with the 2nd Garrison Security Forces Assistance Team to help
train Afghan Uniformed Police in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
DynCorp International honored 17 employees as
they received the Department of Defense's Defense of Freedom medal,
the civilian equivalent of the military's Purple Heart. The
ceremony was featured in Washington Technology.
John Dillenbeck, DynCorp International business
development subject matter expert, describes his
transition from the military to a corporate role with G.I. Jobs
Steve Gaffney, chairman and CEO, is inducted into the
Washington 100, the premier group of leaders who drive
innovation and growth at the intersection of the public and private
DynCorp International veteran employment
featured in Military Officer magazine.
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Read more about how DynCorp International is
helping to support the Tragedy Assistance Program for
Chairman and CEO Steve Gaffney is interviewed and
featured in the Washington Post's Capital Business
Kenneth Juergens, DynCorp International Group vice
president, Global Logistics and Development Solutions,
describes DI's maintenance logistics methodologies in Military
Listen to DynCorp International's Michael Vane, Group
vice president, Training and Intelligence Solutions, as he
discusses DI's knowledge-transfer and intelligence capabilities on
Secure Freedom Radio.
Read about DynCorp International's new supply chain
system in Military Logistics Forum. The model combines
proprietary technology and concentration of supply chain operations
into a system that is being used to fulfill supply needs for all
the company's customers.
DynCorp International ranked number 10 on Washington
Technology's Top 100 Government Contractors List.
Hispanic Career World profiles four individuals serving
their country through careers in government or defense
contracting. The article features Evonne Ruiz, and her journey from
intern to current position as DI's senior financial director.
Paul Pionke, human resources specialist, shares his
experience transitioning from the military to civilian
life working with DynCorp International.
For the sixth consecutive year, DynCorp International
was named one of the 10 Best Corporations supporting
Veteran-Owned Businesses by the National Veteran-Owned Business
Learn more about the support that DynCorp
International's Air Operations business provides the
Department of State's Bureau of International Narcotics and Law
Enforcement Affairs Office of Aviation.
DynCorp International and its subcontractors are helping
their customers and the local communities where they work.
DynCorp International subcontractor Onsite OHS's quick actions
helped an Afghan man avoid death from rabies after he was attacked
by a dog at Forward Operating Base Apache.
DynCorp International has been awarded
the Nunn-Perry Award for one of its small business
Read about how DynCorp International and
the USO brought holiday cheer to more than 1,600 US military
familes this year.
On November 29, DynCorp International team
members John Leavitt, Sr. Manager, Project Management Team and Eric
Huppert , Sr. Operations Manager, demonstrated DynCorp
International's core value - We Care by donating their time, flying
expertise and personal aircraft to airlift a five-year-old boy from
Brooksville, Fla., to Miami, Fla. for much-needed medical
Read about DynCorp International's Patty
Wagstaff, one of the country's most celebrated pilots.
Wagstaff has been honored by the International Aerospace Hall of
Fame, her championship plane hangs in the Smithsonian Air and Space
Museum in Washington, and she now flies firefighting missions with
DI to support California's Cal Fire program.
DynCorp International ranks number 31 on Defense News'
2011 list of Top 100 Defense companies.
A DynCorp International JV- Global Linguist
Solutions-has been selected as one of six providers on a
$9.7 billion contract to provide worldwide language translation and
interpretation services to the U.S. military.
DynCorp International's CAL FIRE program manager Jeff
Cavarra was a featured speaker at an Aerial Firefighting
Conference that was held in Washington, DC, May 25-26. Cavarra
spoke about how the program helps the government significantly
reduce acquisition costs and achieve long term savings.
DynCorp International has been selected by the
U.S. State Department to support criminal justice sector
development programs worldwide, providing advisers, other
specialists and mission-support services.
The National Law Journal profiled Gregory
Nixon, senior vice president, general counsel and
corporate secretary for DynCorp International.
DynCorp International ranked number 12 on
Washington Technology's Top 100 Government Contractors List.
Retired Major Gen. James Myles has joined the
DynCorp International team in the newly-created position of Vice
President for Aviation Operations.
Afghan police mentor James Boyd is featured in
a national portrait exhibit after his heroic efforts to help others
during an insurgent attack.
DynCorp International's team that works with
the Helicopter Sea Combat Support Squadron 2 at Norfolk Naval
Station is helping to mark the 2011 centennial of naval
Letter to the Editor in response to the article
"A New Taliban Problem" carried in the Daily Beast on February 18,
2010. Click here to read the response.
Top 10 business development executives to watch in
Dr. Craig Reed, Senior Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Development at DynCorp International, is interviewed by Executive Biz.com. "Here is his take on today's business development environment for government contractors…."
DynCorp International Rating Raised To 'BB'; Outlook
June 30, 2009--Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said Monday that it raised its ratings on DynCorp International LLC, including the corporate credit rating, to 'BB' from 'BB-'. The outlook is stable.
Three Years in a Row
DynCorp International (DI) has garnered recognition for the third consecutive year with its inclusion in the 2009 "Best Corporations for Veteran-Owned Businesses.
Former DI Civilian Police Advisor Honored at CIVPOL
Alumni Association Event
The Defense of Freedom Medal was presented on February 10, 2009, to William "Ron" Little, a former civilian police advisor with DynCorp International who was wounded in Iraq in 2006.
International Crisis Group Report on Progress in Liberia
Security Sector Reform - Executive Summary
Security sector reform (SSR) programs have been unprecedented in ambition but with mixed results. Army reform, entailing complete disbanding of existing forces, has made significant progress despite lack of proper oversight of private military companies and of consensus on strategic objectives. The bold approach to army reform was possible due to strong national consensus and the presence of a large, liberally mandated UN presence.
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DynCorp International Recognized In G.I. Jobs
Military-Friendly Employer List
DynCorp International has been ranked the 19th most military-friendly employer by G. I. Jobs Magazine, the nation's premier career guide for military job-seekers. Selected companies are those that have made the greatest effort and have had the greatest success in hiring military veterans. DynCorp International has made the list for two years in a row.
Defense Contractors' Growing African Business
Five years ago, Africa didn't matter much to DynCorp International (DCP). The Falls Church (Va.) company had its hands full in Afghanistan and Iraq, where it recruited, trained, and supplied police.
US civilian cops offer expertise to Iraq
RAMADI, IRAQ - Like most days in the field for Atlanta cop Brian Acree, this one was shaping up as a polite but determined competition between the Army way, the Iraqi way and the Georgia way.
Supporting the Government with Veteran
Founded by World War II veterans, DynCorp International (DI) provides services for governments and industry worldwide. It is a leader in aviation, logistics, contingency support and security. DynCorp has recognized the importance of veteran talent in their global success.
Two Years Running
DynCorp International (DI) has garnered recognition for the second consecutive year with its inclusion in the 2008 "Best Corporations for Veteran-Owned Businesses."
Contractor Spotlight: High-Flying, High-Tech Fire-Fighting Machines Save Forests, Lives and Money
In May 2007, America's wild fire season in Florida was off to an early and destructive start. And Firewatch, the U.S. Forest Service's practical and highly successful fire-fighting technology, was on the front lines helping to limit damage and save lives.
Former Soldier helps DynCorp International build the
Iraqi police force
The Army recruit was confused. His ASVAB scores were impressive, qualifying him for a host of challenging and exciting jobs.
Training bolsters leap forward for Afghan police
The district-focused training, done largely by a US private contractor DynCorp, is also expected to help professionalize the police.