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Ksniper777 in San Antonio, Texas

67 months ago

Here you go Melinda Person so you have a spot to promote Dyncorp jobs or those who work for Dyncorp can come here and chat.

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ahmet beqiri in ferizaj, Serbia

63 months ago

can someone tell me anything about dyncorp,i have finished the first inteview with them but have not hear anything yet,i am from kosovo by the way.

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Zamir Mustafai in Skopje, Macedonia

63 months ago

ahmet beqiri in ferizaj, Serbia said: can someone tell me anything about dyncorp,i have finished the first inteview with them but have not hear anything yet,i am from kosovo by the way.

I finished the first interview too. I was in Skopje in Hotel Royal. now I am sending my documents in a PDF format but something is not clear to me. Does PP# refer to personal phone or what? Thank you Ahmet and I wish you get the job.

Sinqerisht,
Zamir M.

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keystone58 in Alaska

63 months ago

DEEPinTHEheartOTX in Austin, Texas said: Please advice. I have applied for various positions online with DynCorp, is there anything that anyone would be able to recommend that might speed up my hiring process. I have a supply/logistics military experience and some LOGCAP. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance.

That's an excellent question. I remember during my deployments with the Army, there were probably less than 1/50 contractors that had military experience, that's a friggin shame. I probably applied for 50 jobs with DynCorp, ITT, and Fluor in the last 8 months and got 1 job offer with ITT, but it was in Qatar. I do work for one of the bigger contractors in the states though, email me and I'll help you out with recruiter contacts with them. They froze all the Iraq/Afghan jobs until December though. They have stuff in Qatar, etc, you'll at least be able to get your foot in the door.

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majorraz in Bucharest, Romania

63 months ago

for keystone58
I am o former officer with two deployments in Iraq and now i need urgently a job. Please help me, show me your email or mine is razvanmarianliviu@yahoo.com.
thank you very much

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Hvac Pro in Las Vegas, Nevada

63 months ago

What are the medical disqualifications for DynCorp ?
anyone have a list or know?

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Vern Anderson in APO, Afghanistan

63 months ago

Ksniper777 in San Antonio, Texas said: Here you go Melinda Person so you have a spot to promote Dyncorp jobs or those who work for Dyncorp can come here and chat.

Stay away from DYN-CORP, Far away, go with fluor

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Hard N Tha Paint in killeen, Texas

63 months ago

Hvac Pro in Las Vegas, Nevada said: What are the medical disqualifications for DynCorp ?
anyone have a list or know?

I work for DynCorp so here are the disqual BMI must be under 40 high blood pressure, diabetes, things like that you have to do a SP85, or SP86 85 is a background check and 86 is clearance

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Chris Twopher in Fremont, California

62 months ago

Gone Fishing in Forsyth, Georgia said: You finally made it over here Chris, good to hear. Hope you know what you got yourself into. Keep your head down, and be safe.

I'm glad I made it and I'm thankful that I have gainful employment. I'm glad to start catching up on bills. This place I'm at in the mountains is far more primitive than Iraq. Conditions are bad also. Some people compare it to Vietnam as far as structures and living conditions. However, This is what I expected though. This is what I signed up for. For those of you who want to work in southern A-Stan for LOGCAP, be sure you really want the job and make sure you accept and prepare for the conditions here. For those of you who gave me advice along the way prior to me getting hired, I'd like to thank you so much. I would be left in the dark had you not provided me with valuable advice and info. Now I'm here to do the same in return. If anyone has any questions I can be reached at chris_2pher@yahoo.com, however responses may be delayed because of intermittent internet connections.

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salty dog 2 in Afghanistan

60 months ago

September 7, 2010 – We are deeply saddened to report that a September 6 attack on a forward operating base in Howz-e-Madad, in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, took the lives of three LOGCAP IV personnel and wounded several others.

William Allen, 51, of Munhall, Pennsylvania, worked as an electrician on the LOGCAP IV program and was killed at the time of the incident. Alan Herzel, 48, of Milton, Florida, who worked as a plumber foreman, received medical care after the incident but later passed away as a result of his injuries. A third subcontract employee who provided information technology support for the program also lost his life in the attack; DynCorp International will defer to his employer to release any personal details.

A number of individuals who were wounded in the attack were transported by medevac for hospital care.

In a condolence note to LOGCAP IV management, Colonel Cameron G. Holt, Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) Commander, Afghanistan, wrote:

“As is too often the case in war, the cost of freedom extends not just to the Soldiers, Sailors, Airman, and Marines who have pledged their lives to defend their country; it is also borne by our civilians at home and among the ranks of American defense contractors like you who stand shoulder to shoulder with us in this struggle.”

Our thoughts and prayers are with those who were injured or killed, with their families, and with all of our colleagues at FOB Howz-e-Madad.

Say a prayer for the families!! stay safe brothers.

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Mr Byars in Atlanta, Georgia

60 months ago

salty dog 2 in Afghanistan said: I wouldn't worry too much (easier said than done) the deal is the back up in country, Fluor is having the same issue. there are people in Dubai for 3 weeks waiting to get into country, the military is taking away are living quarters to make room for the surge of soldiers. What is your job? they need to hire alot of people due to the massive expansions at the FOB's I've been here a little over 5 mths, and the contract is really just starting, I feel your frustration etc... but if your job is a needed job, your fine. just have patience.

I got the fuels foreman position. man that puts my mind at ease a lot more i really appreciate the quick response. i just really hope thats the case.

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salty dog 2 in Afghanistan

60 months ago

Mr Byars in Atlanta, Georgia said: I got the fuels foreman position. man that puts my mind at ease a lot more i really appreciate the quick response. i just really hope thats the case.

Fuels, yea that's the issue, no space, alot of FOB's are not turned on for the fuel mission, I'm at a FOB that is one of the only fully funded FOB's and fuel has not been turned on yet? mil still do it.My guess is there is no space to put you, once you hit FT.Worth the bill goes to the military and they get in trouble for doing that. Yours is a very important job! you'll have a bunch of FN's working under you 24hr's a day. just keep in touch with your recruiter, please update the group as things progress, even when you get into countrty you can be of assistance to others.Welcome this is a great time to join!!

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Mr Byars in Atlanta, Georgia

60 months ago

salty dog 2 in Afghanistan said: Fuels, yea that's the issue, no space, alot of FOB's are not turned on for the fuel mission, I'm at a FOB that is one of the only fully funded FOB's and fuel has not been turned on yet? mil still do it.My guess is there is no space to put you, once you hit FT.Worth the bill goes to the military and they get in trouble for doing that. Yours is a very important job! you'll have a bunch of FN's working under you 24hr's a day. just keep in touch with your recruiter, please update the group as things progress, even when you get into countrty you can be of assistance to others.Welcome this is a great time to join!!

hey thanks a lot. since you said there is no space, hopefully the wait time wont exceed a month. and i will definitely keep everyone updated on whats going on. thanks again

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Mr Byars in Atlanta, Georgia

60 months ago

Chris Twopher in Fremont, California said: I had under considerations Laundry Supervisor for a few weeks after I applied and I been applying since Oct as well. But I did actually get a call for another position that was not under consideration. I'm in Afghanistan now and been here are 9 days waiting for my hop to my FOB. I also got an offer from ITT but getting a clearance takes a while. I neeeed the money quick so I chose Dyn which had a quick hire process. I signed the offer on fathers day and on 4 July I was in Ft Worth. Lots of paperwork back and forth between that time. I spent 4 days at the Marriot, which is also Dyn's deployment center location. People told me to hang in there, which I did. Now I pass it on.....Hang in there, I been waiting for my turn for months too. Your turn will come. Keep applying and Good luck...

what is processing in Fort Worth like? im thinking its probably like KBR's processing with the whole medical, drug screening, paperwork, cac card & safety briefings. am i right?

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salty dog 2 in Afghanistan

60 months ago

Mr Byars in Atlanta, Georgia said: what is processing in Fort Worth like? im thinking its probably like KBR's processing with the whole medical, drug screening, paperwork, cac card & safety briefings. am i right?

I went through back at the end of April, I arrived Sunday they picked me up at the airport, checked in, quick briefing then hung out, I had a single room and the food is great,no cafetria stuff regular dinning, the next morning was a group briefing, there where like 20 npeople in my class, lunch then everyone went to the computer room and did on line training, 2nd day was Med, in the hotel, we finished in like 3 hrs as a group, nothing like KBR, then lunch and chill time, 3rd day we did classes up to 3ish real basic, ems traing basic cpr stuff, then at 6 found out who was flying, I had my LOA, most did so we flew the next day, the ones that didn't got theres I heard the next few days then they flew, stayed 2 days in kuwait at that time, then off to KAF. Now it maybe different I'm not sure that was my experience. also in FT.Worth they go over your SF-85 so bring copies of everything they send you and the items you send them!! real important.CAC card you get over here, they notify you you fly to KAF easy, just takes like 3-5 months or longer, goverment backlog not DI, you won't need it for anything anyways.

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Sheila in Brandon, Mississippi

60 months ago

I am waiting to do inprocessing for DI. I will probably be at KAF when I get into country. Have any idea what living quarters are there? Thinking the worst so anything else will just be a blessing. Oh and I am in transport position.

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salty dog 2 in Afghanistan

60 months ago

Sheila in Brandon, Mississippi said: I am waiting to do inprocessing for DI. I will probably be at KAF when I get into country. Have any idea what living quarters are there? Thinking the worst so anything else will just be a blessing. Oh and I am in transport position.

We'll if your DI, yes you'll be going 1st to KAF, the CHU's are double stacked (container housing units) you'll have a roommate or 1-2 depends on the amount of people passing threw, the living quarters are also for transients traveling to other FOB's the beds are twin size and comfortable you may even have internet in your room some do, the smell from the sewage ponds just outside our compound takes a while to get use too!!! seems to always blow in our direction, you'll be escorted for a day or two until you get your KAF badge, then you can venture on your own, you need a meal card to eat at the DFAC's so you'll go in a group on the bus, hopefully people from your department will help you, if not get with your supervisor so you can find out where your final destination is. good luck and bring a scarf its real dusty!!!

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Sheila in Brandon, Mississippi

60 months ago

salty dog 2 in Afghanistan said: We'll if your DI, yes you'll be going 1st to KAF, the CHU's are double stacked (container housing units) you'll have a roommate or 1-2 depends on the amount of people passing threw, the living quarters are also for transients traveling to other FOB's the beds are twin size and comfortable you may even have internet in your room some do, the smell from the sewage ponds just outside our compound takes a while to get use too!!! seems to always blow in our direction, you'll be escorted for a day or two until you get your KAF badge, then you can venture on your own, you need a meal card to eat at the DFAC's so you'll go in a group on the bus, hopefully people from your department will help you, if not get with your supervisor so you can find out where your final destination is. good luck and bring a scarf its real dusty!!!

Thanks for the info it should help out a lot. I will see you there I am sure cause KAF is my FOB. Can't wait to get ahold of the DFAC food yum LOL. I will be one the driver's for the buses there. Take care and keep your head down.

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Mr Byars in Atlanta, Georgia

60 months ago

i just got a call from my recruiter again today saying that its really hectic out there... now i have to wait.. and my boots on ground date isnt until january 1st (2011). i cant believe this.. just when i had some hope, shot down again.

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salty dog 2 in Afghanistan

60 months ago

Mr Byars in Atlanta, Georgia said: i just got a call from my recruiter again today saying that its really hectic out there... now i have to wait.. and my boots on ground date isnt until january 1st (2011). i cant believe this.. just when i had some hope, shot down again.

I'm sorry to here that, my question would be to him is he gonna run your SF-85 so when Jan comes around your good to go? I told you it's hectic, not to be confused with disorganized, they only do as the client dictates. You'll be here soon!

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Ksniper777 in San Antonio, Texas

60 months ago

Mr Byars in Atlanta, Georgia said: i just got a call from my recruiter again today saying that its really hectic out there... now i have to wait.. and my boots on ground date isnt until january 1st (2011). i cant believe this.. just when i had some hope, shot down again.

Good God 2011, Come on salty help that man out sir :)

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salty dog 2 in Afghanistan

60 months ago

Ksniper777 in San Antonio, Texas said: Good God 2011, Come on salty help that man out sir :)

Dude, I'm and Indian, a small one at that, there are plenty of chiefs here. FYI I sent you something did you recieve it?

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salty dog 2 in Afghanistan

60 months ago

Today is the anniversry of 9/11 the day they officially brought it to our shores, may we never forget!! May God continue blessing the greatest nation on earth: The good old USA. Stay safe brothers and sisters.

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Ksniper777 in San Antonio, Texas

60 months ago

salty dog 2 in Afghanistan said: Dude, I'm and Indian, a small one at that, there are plenty of chiefs here. FYI I sent you something did you recieve it?

yes sir i got it now that is unreal unless you see the pictures.

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Crash in Youngstown, Ohio

60 months ago

Mr Byars in Atlanta, Georgia said: I got the fuels foreman position. man that puts my mind at ease a lot more i really appreciate the quick response. i just really hope thats the case.

I just got the fuels supervisor position. So far so good just waiting for the My est ship date I'm sure it will be a couple months but just glad I received a response lol

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Crash in Youngstown, Ohio

60 months ago

I have worked for KBR so if anyone has any questions just hit me up ....

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bobobob in Gulfport, Mississippi

60 months ago

Crash in Youngstown, Ohio said: I have worked for KBR so if anyone has any questions just hit me up ....

Crash lookin for some info on KBR and fuels sections in iraq let me know all u can...pt322001@yahoo.com

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Crash in Youngstown, Ohio

60 months ago

bobobob in Gulfport, Mississippi said: Crash lookin for some info on KBR and fuels sections in iraq let me know all u can...pt322001@yahoo.com

Depends on what position you get when you get there aviation or bag farm. Its not that difficult just really long days . when you first get there you will prob go to anaconda to process through to your new fob, dep on where you go as far as the pay they will tell you when you get to Texas and you sign your contract and meet your recruiter . Any questions just ask ill be happy to help

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Pat in Universal City, Texas

60 months ago

Im a Dyncorp Recruiter. Any questions I can help with

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salty dog 2 in Afghanistan

60 months ago

Pat in Universal City, Texas said: Im a Dyncorp Recruiter. Any questions I can help with

What is your recruitment specialty? Alot of guys say they submit and no response from recruiters, are there any tips or anything people can do to make sure they get calls from recruiters? I'm over here already but this site is to help brothers and sisters with important info. So if there's anything you can say to that effect it would be greatly appreciated!

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Pat in Universal City, Texas

60 months ago

I recruit Movement Control/Logistics. The main thing is to make sure that you qualify for the position you are applying for. I understand that alot of people are looking for positions. If you qualify and have the skill sets for that specialty I believe you will get a call. It does Dyncorp and the situation in Afghan no justice if we hire an unqualified individual. I will periodiacally surf social networks such as this to stay aware of applicant frustrations and to help me understand.

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Tazang in New Iberia, Louisiana

60 months ago

These positions that require an interim clearance, what happens if one is not able to be granted the interim? Most people don't get their interim but in the end get granted favorable adjudication for a clearance.
Does Dyncorp let them go after they have quite their jobs to come process? In other words, should I take vacation when I come to process instead of putting in my notice, then if granted resign my current job?
When the clearance is granted after an interim is denied, can they go to work then?
Can they switch to a non clearance type position if not granted an interim since you have a well qualified candidate ready to go?

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Pat in Universal City, Texas

60 months ago

Check back tomorrow for a response. I am forwarding this question to our Security Clearance Section

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salty dog 2 in Afghanistan

60 months ago

salty dog 2 in Afghanistan said: What is your recruitment specialty? Alot of guys say they submit and no response from recruiters, are there any tips or anything people can do to make sure they get calls from recruiters? I'm over here already but this site is to help brothers and sisters with important info. So if there's anything you can say to that effect it would be greatly appreciated!

I agree, it does no service what so ever. My experience with DI recruitment dept was great, the whole process etc... This was some time back and heard all the rumours about not getting paid etc.. But I proudly promote DI on these sites! In response to Tazang my experience with the sf-85 was the security dept looks it over and thoroughly checks it, then submits it, my references got the letters in a week, then 4 mths later I got the email to go get the CAC card. The bottom line is if you have no felonies, misdomeaners, good driving record and a verifibale history your okay, this is a public trust clearence, so if your clean your clean! SF-86 is different read back a few pages there are links to the goverments web sites that goes into details about the process. Good luck to you!! and Pat it's great your here to help.

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Crash in Youngstown, Ohio

60 months ago

I agree with Salt my experience with DI recruitment has been no less than professional . Great PPL just remember to be patient and make sure the job you apply for your qualified for, so you will receive a call back "Great Job Great Company"

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Tazang in New Iberia, Louisiana

60 months ago

Pat in Universal City, Texas said: Check back tomorrow for a response. I am forwarding this question to our Security Clearance Section

Where you able to find an answer?

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Chris Twopher in Rock, Michigan

60 months ago

Joieboi in Las Vegas, Nevada said: Is it true? I applied for a potwasher position with Dyncorp.
I cleaned up toilets for the Navy and washed pots for them
as a civilian 12 hrs a days for 5 months. I had a Navy SF-86:
moving up to their Atlantic & Pacific fleet Flagships as a
steward.
I am meek and humble, so eventhough...I have a Army SF-86 and
am also a CH-47D Chinook Helicopter Mechanic leaving a guard
unit deployed with people killed...in the same facility serviced
by Dyncorp/Kandahar. Nobody...ever called me? Oh, c'mon.

Patience is what it took for me to get hired on with Dyn. I'm prior military with similar experience and I expected calls to come in. Not the case for me. I have been applying since October 09 and got hired in July 10. However, during that time, I tweaked my resume a few times depending on the jobs I applied for and all of a sudden I got calls from the big 3, and also ITT. Dyn was the quickest to get me in country and getting me paid. I'd like to think that the resume tweaking worked, but maybe I was next in line to get the call or maybe just plain luck. Read my prior posts re: resume building (from fluor site)...Read DonBassetti's posts as well. We were in the same boat. Now we are here. Patience, resume tweaking and luck paid off.

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salty dog 2 in Afghanistan

60 months ago

Chris Twopher in Rock, Michigan said: Patience is what it took for me to get hired on with Dyn. I'm prior military with similar experience and I expected calls to come in. Not the case for me. I have been applying since October 09 and got hired in July 10. However, during that time, I tweaked my resume a few times depending on the jobs I applied for and all of a sudden I got calls from the big 3, and also ITT. Dyn was the quickest to get me in country and getting me paid. I'd like to think that the resume tweaking worked, but maybe I was next in line to get the call or maybe just plain luck. Read my prior posts re: resume building (from fluor site)...Read DonBassetti's posts as well. We were in the same boat. Now we are here. Patience, resume tweaking and luck paid off.

Twopher your 100% correct, also read as many old postings as possible, there is a guy that will do your resume, for a fee of course but he use to be a recruiter I believe? It has worked for people on this and other site, Bruce something?? sorry you have to dig for it, also if your in KAF go to the DI camp, they have recruiters and the HR dept, on ground!!! Best of luck to you, FYI, there is a back up here for all contractors due to very limited space from the military, maybe that's the problem? anyways Twopher, Bassetti, Ksniper are all very helpful should you need anything else.

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Dwayne in Beckville, Texas

59 months ago

Crash in Youngstown, Ohio said: I have worked for KBR so if anyone has any questions just hit me up ....

Trying to get back in. I did 18 months in Afghanistan. Ready to go back! Having trouble thru KBR. any thoughts???

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Dwayne in Beckville, Texas

59 months ago

keystone58 in Alaska said: That's an excellent question. I remember during my deployments with the Army, there were probably less than 1/50 contractors that had military experience, that's a friggin shame. I probably applied for 50 jobs with DynCorp, ITT, and Fluor in the last 8 months and got 1 job offer with ITT, but it was in Qatar. I do work for one of the bigger contractors in the states though, email me and I'll help you out with recruiter contacts with them. They froze all the Iraq/Afghan jobs until December though. They have stuff in Qatar, etc, you'll at least be able to get your foot in the door.

Im looking ot get back in ! I was in Air Force 10 years, then KBR in Afghanistan and now state side last 2 years. I need to go back! Having trouble thru KBR. They have the positions but no dang calls!! Appreicate any help

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salty dog 2 in Afghanistan

59 months ago

Dwayne in Beckville, Texas said: Im looking ot get back in ! I was in Air Force 10 years, then KBR in Afghanistan and now state side last 2 years. I need to go back! Having trouble thru KBR. They have the positions but no dang calls!! Appreicate any help

have you applied at DI? what is your trade?

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Dwayne in Houston, Texas

59 months ago

logistics management over 15 yrs. military in the hot zone and stateside

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Hvac Pro in Las Vegas, Nevada

59 months ago

Dyncorp is the worst company to work for and not the safest, in my opinion. I suggest finding a Company that cares about its employees and their safety.
besides they are not even half as organized in theater as KBR.

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salty dog 2 in Afghanistan

59 months ago

Hvac Pro in Las Vegas, Nevada said: Dyncorp is the worst company to work for and not the safest, in my opinion. I suggest finding a Company that cares about its employees and their safety.
besides they are not even half as organized in theater as KBR.

I take it you didn't work for KBR when they started logcap? are you still on contract?

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Chris Twopher in Rock, Michigan

59 months ago

Hvac Pro in Las Vegas, Nevada said: Dyncorp is the worst company to work for and not the safest, in my opinion. I suggest finding a Company that cares about its employees and their safety.
besides they are not even half as organized in theater as KBR.

Are you a current or ex-Dyn Employee?

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Chris Twopher in Rock, Michigan

59 months ago

Dwayne in Houston, Texas said: logistics management over 15 yrs. military in the hot zone and stateside

Dwayne, Just keep applying and tweaking your resume. You are no stranger to danger and money is excellent in your line of work at Dyn.

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Questions in Fort Worth, Texas

59 months ago

I would like to know about the SF85-86. The back ground check is 10 years, some minor checks with in what 5-7 years, and then the financial. Now if you have bad credit will you pass? If you owe back child support will you pass? Owe student loans (backed by Govt) will you pass?

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Patryce2010 in Orlando, Florida

59 months ago

Questions in Fort Worth, Texas said: I would like to know about the SF85-86. The back ground check is 10 years, some minor checks with in what 5-7 years, and then the financial. Now if you have bad credit will you pass? If you owe back child support will you pass? Owe student loans (backed by Govt) will you pass?

According to the what I've read on the official govt website, if you can show that you have been making an effort to "correct" your "bad credit" you still can get cleared. I guess they mean something like a consilidation or maybe showing that you've worked a payment plan out to correct the issues.

Now as for child support, I'm not sure if you will be as lucky. I've seen some guys say that its possible while others have said forget it.

Student loans will go hand and hand with all other financial obligations I would guess. I may be wrong but this is what I've read from the official website.

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Questions in Fort Worth, Texas

59 months ago

Well I have been 2.5 years out there but they just made this mandatory with the paper work. I have my passport and stuff and what I owe isnt the correct amount its just whats been reported since I haven't taken her back to court. I have the paper work from when I was there and I just came home in July and this economy is forcing me to work else where. Thanks for the input :)

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Chris Brown in Pekin, Illinois

59 months ago

Does anybody know what the jobs in Qatar pays either KBR or ITT. Is there much difference in the pay between Qatar and Iraq or Afghanistan.

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