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DYNAIR NAMES HAROLD E. WATSON PRESIDENT, DYNAIR FUELING INC.

 RESTON, Va., Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- DynAir, a unit of DynCorp -- a diversified professional and technical services firm, today named Harold E. Watson president of its subsidiary DynAir Fueling Inc. Headquartered in Reston, DynAir Fueling provides into-plane and tank farm services at many U.S. airports.
 With more than 20 years experience managing large operations, Watson brings extensive expertise in marketing, management, and business development to DynAir Fueling Inc. In 1990, he joined DynCorp as director of operations/special projects for the Aerospace Operations Division. Later, he served as division manager for the company's Patrick Support Division, responsible for executing support of the U.S. State Department's international drug interdiction program. Prior to joining DynCorp, Watson spent 26 years in the U.S. Air Force, retiring in 1990 at the rank of colonel.
 Patrick L. Deasy, president of DynAir Ground Services Group, commented that Watson's experience in both the military and on aviation- related contracts with DynCorp made him an ideal candidate to lead DynAir Fueling Inc. "Harold Watson has a long history with both the government and commercial aviation industries. Further, because of his ability to successfully lead and grow multimillion dollar operations, he is a great asset to the company. As division manager at the Patrick Support Division, Watson achieved unparalleled success, improving operations nearly 60 percent in just six months. I am looking forward to him bringing that same initiative to DynAir Fueling," he added.
 Watson earned a B.S. in engineering at the U.S. Air Force Academy and an M.S. in systems engineering and management at the University of Southern California. Additionally, he is a former member of the Austin (Texas) Airport Advisory Board, has owned and operated general aviation aircraft, and is a commercial flight and instrument instructor.
 DynAir is one of the largest aviation support organizations in the world. With more than 4,500 employees at 80 airports, DynAir serves most all airlines landing on American soil. In addition to aircraft fueling services, DynAir units perform aircraft maintenance and modification; aeronautical engineering services; ramp, passenger and cargo services; aviation consulting services, and avionics sales and service to the commercial aviation industry.
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 /CONTACT: Charlene Wheeless, communications manager, DynAir, 703-264-8732/


CO: DynAir Fueling Inc.; DynCorp ST: Virginia IN: AIR SU: PER

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