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DynCorp International Warns of Money Scams


November 24, 2015 at 2:07 pm

DynCorp International warns jobseekers and others of internet money scams. Unauthorized individuals using DynCorp International’s brand may solicit money. Please read the following information carefully.

Don’t Be Fooled by a Recruiting Scam

Scammers are very creative when it comes to targeting unsuspecting people using the internet. They advertise jobs that look like the real thing through job boards and other advertisements. You must look carefully for signs that a posting may be a scam.

  • Look at the email address. DynCorp International personnel will always use an email address ending in @dyn-intl.com. Any email that does not come from @dyn-intl.com is not from DynCorp International. Scammers will often try to make very similar email address domains, so make sure to check that it is only from a @dyn-intl.com address. If you see an email address or website ending in .net, .in, .org or one that looks like these real life examples:
    ○    dyncorp@tech-center.org
    ○    humanaffairs@dyn-corpintl.org
    ○    Jamel.Stokes@yahoo.com
    ○    jeoward01@gmail.com
    ○    bescott04@gmail.com
    ○    dynacorpwelfare@consultant.com
    ○    career.dyncorpinternational@gmail.com
    ○    http://www.dynacorpsinc.com
    ○    alexchambers1@mail2uk.com
    ○    ddyncorpinternational@mail2afghanistan.com
    ○    dynacorpsrecruitment@gmail.com
    ○    inquiry@dynacorp-international.com
    ○    dyncorpintenational1@mail2afghanistan.com
    ○    nfo@dyn-intls.com
    ○    http://www.dyn-intls.com

These are all fake! Remember, all official DI email addresses will end in @dyn-intl.com. Some scammers are very clever and they try to hide a fake email or web address behind the official one. But if you hover your cursor over the web address, you will see the hidden one on the bottom left corner of the window.

  • There are no placement fees at DI. A DynCorp International employee will never ask you to pay any recruiting fees, application processing fees, application expedition fees, security clearance fees, training materials, or any related expenses.
  • Requests for tax, bank account or credit card information. DI recruiters do not require the completion of tax forms such as a W-4, bank account or credit card information as part of the recruiting process. NEVER give out personal or financial details to anyone as a response to an unsolicited email request.
  •  Offers work at home opportunities. DI does not currently offer any work at home opportunities.
  • A new scam uses dating websites. Scammers steal identities and pose as DynCorp International employees. After posting pictures and stories to popular dating sites, the scammers make contact. They then ask the victim for money.
  • Poor English, grammar, and spelling. Official DI recruiters will send all communications from an official DI email address, use proper American English, and will never ask you for money.

What to Do if You Are Scammed

If you are contacted regarding a fraudulent employment proposal, please alert a local law enforcement agency or police authority.

The Federal Trade Commission also has a reporting service on their website for those who have been targeted by a recruiting scam.

Other Resources

●    Official DynCorp International Career Page: http://www.dyn-intl.com/careers/overview/
●    DynCorp International Website: http://www.dyn-intl.com
●    Recruiting Scam Blog Post: http://www.dyn-intl.com/inside-di/recruiting-scam-advisory/

DynCorp International Team Completes Marine Corps Marathon in Support of TAPS


November 19, 2015 at 3:56 pm

Dyncorp Intl Marathon 1Team DI (DynCorp International) raised a total of $2,250 for the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) by running in the Marine Corps Marathon (MCM/10K) in Washington, D.C. on October 25. This year was the 40th anniversary of the marathon and the third largest in its history, with more than 23 thousand runners.

The team included DI’s Elaine Kinnee who was joined by Sasha Bradford and Patrick McEvoy, both survivors of a loved one lost in service with DynCorp International. The run was Sasha’s first full marathon while Elaine and Patrick both ran in the 10K event. Read more →

DynCorp International Participating in 2015 Dubai Airshow


October 20, 2015 at 4:25 pm

Dubai Airshow dyncorp internationalDynCorp International will participate in this year’s Dubai Airshow November 8-12 at Dubai World Central, heart of the future site of the World Expo in 2020. Representatives from DynCorp International will be there to engage with business partners, customers, and future customers.

The Dubai Airshow is recognized as one of the most influential events in the aerospace industry. DynCorp International’s booth will be located on the Chalet floor in spots A15 and A16. This is the 14th biennial Dubai Airshow – in 2013 there were 1,046 exhibitors from 60 countries and over 60,000 trade visitors. This year’s show is expected to be the biggest yet.

3D Printshow Dubai will take place within the Dubai Airshow with exhibitors such as Stratasys, Ultimaker, BigRep, and D2M demonstrating their technologies for visitors. Other official activities and demonstrations include daily flying events, pilot training, and Futures Day for students. Read more →

DynCorp International CEO Visits INL Air Wing


October 8, 2015 at 2:19 pm

inl air wingOn September 23, DynCorp International Chief Executive Officer Lou Von Thaer and DynAviation President Steve Schorer paid a visit to the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL) Air Wing at Patrick Air Force Base in Florida, led by Air Wing Vice President Joe Dunaway.

In addition to meeting employees and touring the facilities, Lou, Steve and Joe also met with the State Department Director of the INL Aviation program, Phil Schlatter.

“The State Department told me that they are very pleased with our operational performance,” commented Lou Von Thaer. “As I anticipated, I was exceptionally impressed with the Air Wing Team.” Read more →

DynCorp International Supports the 2015 PSC Annual Conference


September 24, 2015 at 8:08 am

DynCorp International is a platinum sponsor at The Professional Services Council’s (PSC) Annual Conference, being held October 4-6 at the Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, WV. PSC is the national trade association of the government professional and technical services industry.

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DynCorp International to Continue Providing Maintenance Support to the Royal Saudi Land Forces Aviation Command


August 6, 2015 at 2:08 pm


DynCorp International was recently awarded an NTE (Not to Exceed) contract modification valued at $17.3 million to continue providing maintenance support to the Royal Saudi Land Forces Aviation Command.

Under this contract, DI provides support services and personnel to augment, train, and advise Royal Saudi Land Forces Aviation Command (RSLFAC) personnel. Support is provided for the Royal Saudi helicopter fleet which includes Apache, Blackhawk, and combat scout aircraft.

This contract, awarded under the Foreign Military Sales program, was originally awarded in April 2009 and has a total potential value of $149.3 million.

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DynCorp International Supports 2015 USO-Metro Operation Back to School


August 4, 2015 at 3:04 pm

For the fifth consecutive year, DynCorp International proudly supported the USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore (USO-Metro) Operation Back to School program. The annual program provides backpacks and school supplies to 3,000 school-aged military children in the region.
As a corporate sponsor, DI team members also served as volunteers to help pack the thousands of backpacks with pencils, folders, markers and other supplies, as well as take part during distribution events at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, and Fort Meade, Maryland.

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DynCorp International Awarded Contract Modification Valued at Approximately $65.6 Million to Continue Providing Aircraft Maintenance Services at Joint Base Andrews


July 30, 2015 at 2:09 pm

andrw2001_rightDynCorp International today announced that it has been awarded a contract modification from the U.S. Air Force to continue providing aircraft maintenance, transient alert, munitions, base supply and fuels at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland.

“Our team members take great pride in continuing this long-term relationship with the U.S. Air Force, supporting the airlift requirements of our nation’s leaders,” said Steven Schorer, DynAviation president, DynCorp International.

DynCorp International will continue providing aircraft maintenance in support of aircraft assigned to the 11th Wing and 89th Airlift Wing. Services also include servicing and fueling for all U.S. and foreign transient aircraft. DI has been the only contractor to hold this program, which supports the Very Important Person Special Air Mission (VIPSAM), since 2001.

The competitively-awarded, firm-fixed-price contract was originally awarded in August 2011, with a total potential value of $400.9 million. This contract modification is the fourth of seven possible option years, with a total value of approximately $65.6 million. Read more →

DynCorp International Team Members Train Afghan Women on Basic Computer Skills


July 28, 2015 at 3:32 pm

ANP Female Computer GraduationDynCorp International team members in Afghanistan recently completed a seven-week basic computer training course, graduating four Afghan women assigned to the Women’s Police Corp (WPC). A combination of DI advisors and Coalition military personnel trained the students on basic computer skills and the Microsoft Office suite of software with a focus on Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.


The computer training was designed to familiarize the Afghan police force with technology and help them become efficient by using automation in their day to day tasks. The graduates returned to their units and used their new skills to make the units more self-sufficient. The women also teach others the skills they learned.

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DynCorp International Movement Control Team in Kuwait Recognized for Outstanding Service


July 23, 2015 at 3:25 pm

Movement Control Team KuwaitDynCorp International’s Kuwait-based Movement Control Team was recently recognized for providing outstanding service in support of the U.S. Army’s 569th Engineer Dive Detachment.

Movement Control Team

DI team members on the Movement Control Team are responsible for processing Transportation Movement Requests (TMRs) and Material Handling Equipment (MHE) requests on Kuwait Naval Base.
According to a certificate of appreciation, DI team members’ “professionalism and expertise enabled movement of unit equipment throughout Kuwait and the Middle East to support diving operations.”

“Our team members are knowledgeable, experienced and truly dedicated to supporting our customer,” said Jackie Wilson-Tarver, DynCorp International Movement Control Team senior manager. “We are committed to making sure requests are handled quickly and smoothly so they can perform their missions.” Read more →

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