DynCorp International (NYSE: DCP) has won an $86.6 million contract to help AASKI Technology manage logistics services for an aircraft fleet in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
The company will help handle pilots and flight operations and maintain the King Air 300 and King Air 350 aerial fleet for the Task Force Observe, Detect, Identify and Neutralize aerial platforms, DynCorp said Wednesday.
Those platforms are intended to capture and analyze ground images in Afghanistan.
Jim Myles, DynAviation senior vice president at DynCorp, said the company will collaborate with partner Sierra Nevada Corp. at its Huntsville, Ala.-based aviation site.
The contract falls under the Multi Sensor Aerial Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance Operations and Sustainment program and contains a one-year base period and a one-year option.