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DynCorp’s Kenneth Juergens Comments on $23B Army EAGLE Logistics Contract

DynCorp International will compete for work both as a prime contractor and as a teammate for several small businesses on the U.S. Army’s recently-awarded EAGLE logistics contract vehicle, potentially worth up to $23 billion over five years.

The company said it will compete for task orders as a prime, while its small business partners were chosen to compete for task orders.

“It is an honor to have been selected for this program and to have the opportunity to continue supporting the U.S. Army and the important logistics work ahead,” said Kenneth Juergens, group vice president for global logistics and development solutions.

The EAGLE program will provide  supply, maintenance and transportation support to help prepare the armed forces for deployment, sustainment and redeployment.

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