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C-21A Maintenance Work Brings Award To DynCorp

DynCorp International : 29 July, 2010  (Company News)
The FAA has recognised DynCorp’s efforts with the Diamand Award for Excellence for maintenance support of the US Air Force’s overseas fleet of C-21A military Learjet variants
For the second consecutive year, DynCorp International’s C-21A Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) team has earned the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) prestigious Diamond Award for Excellence. The C-21A CLS team provides total maintenance support for the US Air Force fleet of C-21s at locations in the US, Germany, and Southwest Asia.

The FAA’s Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) Award program is based entirely on the commitment of maintenance technicians to improve safety by actively participating in initial and recurring training programs to further their technical knowledge. The Diamond Award is the highest corporate award, and the program includes both individual and corporate recognition.

The award recognizes 100-percent participation in training by Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) mechanics who complete FAA-certified training online and document completion of DI annual maintenance training. In addition to the Diamond Award, which is presented to the company, each mechanic receives an Aviation Maintenance Technician award based on the number of training hours logged.

“This achievement demonstrates a dedication to training,” said Jeffrey Roth, the C-21A CLS Program Director. “In aviation, we recognize how important it is to continually increase maintenance skills and safety awareness. When there is no room for error, training is critical.”
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