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MAC WILLIAMS TO HEAD DYNCORP'S AEROSPACE OPERATIONS DIVISION

 RESTON, Va., March 10 /PRNewswire/ -- H.J.M. "Mac" Williams has been named president of DynCorp's Aerospace Operations (AO) Division, headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. AO is the largest division in DynCorp's Government Services Group, accounting for approximately $215 million in annual revenues. The division provides aviation and related technical services to all branches of the Department of Defense and government organizations.
 Williams joined DynCorp in 1990 as the vice president for systems development and in 1991 was promoted to vice president, business development, for the company's Government Services Group. In that capacity Williams successfully tripled the group's win rates; headed the team that won the largest contract in DynCorp's history (the management of the Department of Energy's Strategic Petroleum Reserve); and assisted in capturing a large Army support contract in the Middle East.
 Prior to joining DynCorp, Williams was the vice president, C3 Systems, Defense and Space Systems Division, of Planning Research Corporation. He retired in 1986 from the U.S. Air Force. Williams has a B.S. from the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, an MBA from Auburn University, and a Masters Degree in Aerospace-Mechanical Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology.
 According to GSG President Paul V. Lombardi: "Mac Williams is the ideal candidate to head DynCorp's Aerospace Operations Division. His early government experience and his private industry work have given him insight into the business from both the customer and contractor sides. His skills in strategic planning will be a great asset in expanding our business even with evolving budget-driven directives of the Department of Defense."
 Headquartered in Reston, DynCorp is one of the nation's largest U.S. defense contractors. One of the largest employee-owned companies in the country, DynCorp provides professional and technical services to U.S. and foreign government agencies and commercial clients worldwide.
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 /CONTACT: Janine Carey, director, corporate communications, DynCorp, 703-264-8733/


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