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National Security Agency Dyncorp

Nation's Twenty-Second Largest Defense Contractor

Central Intelligence Agency

HQ Phone:  (703) 482-0677

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Central Intelligence Agency

P.O. Box 12727

Arlington, Virginia,22209

United States

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In 1997 the U.S. Department of Defense awarded a defense-biologics contract in excess of $300 million to Dyn-port LLC, which is a joint venture of Porton International and U.S. defense contractor Dyncorp.
Government tried to give new contract for DynCorp , but failed because under big media pressure of the Anthrax attacks. One company, DynCorp, handles data processing for many federal agencies, including the CDC, the Department of Agriculture, several branches of the Department of Justice, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the NIH. On Nov. 12 DynCorp announced that its subsidiary, DynPort Vaccine, had been awarded a $322 million contract to develop, produce, test, and store FDA licensed vaccines for use by the Defense Department. It would be incredibly easy for DynCorp to hide information pertaining to the exact make-up, safety, efficacy and purpose of the drugs and vaccines the US government has contracted for. November 12, 2001 DynCorp, also major government contractor for data processing, military operations and intelligence work, was awarded a $322 million contract to develop, produce and store vaccines for the Department of Defense DynCorp and Hadron, both defense contractors connected to classified research programs on communicable diseases, have also been linked to a software program known as PROMIS. DynCorp is connected with the CIA as the nation's twenty-second largest defense contractor with 1998 U.S. Government contract revenues of $475 million James Woolsey, former CIA director and friend of Pentagon advisor Richard Perle (Hollinger Inc.= Daily Telegraph, Jerusalem Post etc..) was director of DynCorp some years ago ENRON executive Herbert S. "Pug" Winokur was on the board of DynCorp from 1988 to 1997, Winokur was also the Chairman and CEO of DynCorp. DynCorp is connected with the CIA as the nation's twenty-second largest defense contractor with 1998 U.S. Government contract revenues of $475 million James Woolsey, former CIA director and friend of Pentagon advisor Richard Perle (Hollinger Inc.= Daily Telegraph, Jerusalem Post etc..) was director of DynCorp some years ago ENRON executive Herbert S. "Pug" Winokur was on the board of DynCorp from 1988 to 1997, Winokur was also the Chairman and CEO of DynCorp. DynCorp is one of the lead contractors for the new phony War on Drugs in South America called "Plan Colombia". DynCorp helped clients such as the U.S. Army,s Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP), the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Postal Service. http://www.dyncorp.com/world/public.htm DynCorp is also responsible for the crashes of the helicopters in Afghanistan, as confirmed by tech mag insight, reported by investigative reporter Kelly Patricia O'Meara . http://www.insightmag.com/main.cfm/main.cfm/main.cfm/include/detail/storyid/2296 90.html And in a February 23rd story, veteran journalist Al Giordano of www.narconews.com reported that a class action suit had been filed in Washington, D.C. by more than 10,000 Ecuadorian farmers and a labor union against DynCorp for its rampant spraying of herbicides which have destroyed food crops, weakened the ecosystem and caused more than 1,100 documented cases of illness. DynCorp, who is strongly connected with ENRON and the government, gets a new contract for $51 million to upgrade the FBI's information technology network, as well as an $8.2 million contract to manage SEC information technology. On the board of DynCorp is also General P.C. Carns, a retired US Air Force general who served as vice chief of staff and as director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. DynCorp announced that its subsidiary, DynPort, had been awarded a $322 million contract to develop, produce, test, and store FDA licensed vaccines for use by the DoD. It would be incredibly easy for DynCorp to hide information pertaining to the exact make-up, safety, efficacy and purpose of the drugs and vaccines the U.S. government has contracted for. December 18, 2002 DynCorp is entering the final phase of negotiations on a 10-year, $1 billion joint venture to provide the British Ministry of Defense with critical military support services, the company announced Dec. 18. Dyncorp will manage all of the nonmilitary support for Britain's Army Training Estate and Defense Estate at 120 locations throughout the United Kingdom. The American missionary and child accidentally shot down by a U.S. military plane last year in Peru was the flawed work of DynCorp, a Reston, Va., military contractor that handles security assignments and U.S. anti-narcotics flights over Colombia and neighboring countries. DynCorp keeps a low profile. At least five DynCorp employees have been killed in Latin America, a well-kept secret. In September, DynCorp settled charges that employees in Bosnia trafficked in sex slaves and bought a young prostitute of their own for $1,000.


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