DynCorp International, Inc., headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia, is a multifaceted, global enterprise that provides innovative solutions to the diverse technology and professional services needs of government and commercial industry worldwide. In recent years, DynCorp International has broadened its reach in program management and security. It has recruited, trained, and deployed more than 5,000 highly-qualified civilian peacekeepers and police trainers to 11 countries, including Haiti, Bosnia, Afghanistan, and Iraq, for the Department of State.
DynCorp International has been selected as one of the Top 50 Most Military-Friendly Employers by G.I. Jobs. This distinction is given to the top 50 companies who have strong military recruitment efforts, a high percentage of hires with past military experience, and have company policies with respect to National Guard and reserve service. DynCorp International was selected out of approximately 2,500 companies with annual revenue of $1 billion or above.
DynCorp's roots are in aviation. In 1951, its predecessor, Land-Air, Inc., implemented the first Contract Field Teams, by which it deployed teams of technicians to the field to maintain military aircraft. DynCorp has held the Contract Field Teams contract continuously since then, and currently maintain rotary and fixed-wing aircraft for all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces throughout the world, for foreign governments flying American aircraft, and for commercial aviation. Today DynCorp includes Dyncorp International Phoenix Training Center (formerly Phoenix Consulting Group), DI Recruiting, Police Mission Recruiting, and Global Linguist Solutions, LLC (GLS).
DynCorp International Government Services division was divided in 2008 into two separate divisions: Logistics and Construction Management (LCM) and International Security Services (ISS). Combined, the divisions account for about two-thirds of the company's sales. Contracts with the Department of State to train police officers overseas constitute the largest single business unit. DynCorp International's Maintenance and Technical Support Services division offers engineering and maintenance services for aircraft, support equipment, and weapons systems.
DynCorp also recently expanded intelligence services beyond its Global Linguist Solutions translation support for the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) with DynCorp International Intelligence Training and Solutions. Some 300 intelligence professionals provide strategic, professional, and technical advisory and support services to government and military organizations through the Phoenix Training Center and the DynCorp International Center for Professional Development. On Oct. 19, 2009, DynCorp International LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of DynCorp International Inc., announced it had completed the acquisition of Phoenix Consulting Group, Inc. DynCorp also acquired Casals & Associates, a company that provided initial rapid response capabilities in emergencies, post-conflict and transition programs, and sustainable solutions for long-term development, with an emphasis on building local capacity.
Board of Directors (as of 2010):
* Robert B. McKeon; Chairman of the Board, President of Veritas Capital
* William L. Ballhaus; President and Chief Executive Officer, DynCorp International Inc.
* Michael J. Bayer; President and Chief Executive Officer of Dumbarton Strategies LLC
* Herbert J. Lanese; Former President and Chief Executive Officer, DynCorp International Inc.
* General Barry R. McCaffrey, U.S. Army Retired
* Ramzi M. Musallam, Partner, Veritas Capital
* Admiral Joseph W. Prueher, U.S. Navy Retired
* Charles S. Ream, Former Executive Vice President and CFO of Anteon International Corporation
* Mark H. Ronald, Former Chief Executive Officer, BAE Systems, Inc.
* General Peter J. Schoomaker, U.S. Army Retired
* Admiral Leighton W. Smith, Jr., U.S. Navy Retired
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