Transient Alert/Aircraft Services

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DCSI has past and present experience in providing transient alert services and aircraft maintenance in the United States, South America and Caribbean’s. DCSI is an experienced Transient Alert/Aircraft Services provider; knowledgeable and current in all facets of aircraft servicing to include: managing and operating the Aircraft Dispatch Section, providing aircraft “Follow-me,” “Arrival,” “Processing,” and “Departure” services and inspections,  aircraft refueling/defueling operations,  lavatory services, cargo up-load/down-load operations and the safe handling of hazardous cargo, fuels laboratory services, aircraft tow and de-icing operations, and aircraft maintenance. DCSI conducts qualification and certification Aircraft Maintenance & Servicing training to active duty military and Host-National employees. 

 
 
Aircraft servicing mechanics perform minor and pre-emptive aircraft maintenance, conducts aircraft pre-start, pre-taxi, inlet, intake, and exhaust inspections. Checks and services engine oil--extracts oil samples using Joint Oil Analysis Program and correctly process DD Forms 2026, Oil Analysis Request and F-16 CHIP Detectors; checks and services liquid or gaseous oxygen, hydraulics, fuels, and de-mineralized water. DCSI conducts an overall visual inspection of the airframe and components checking for and identifying safety of flight discrepancies using applicable technical orders and checklist disciplines; and correctly documents all findings. Correspondingly, DCSI verifies and clears (AFTO Form 781) “Red-X” discrepancies on intake and exhaust inspections prior to flight. DCSI responds to all aircraft emergencies and crash recovery situations both on and off-base and is responsible for managing the Fuel Spill Recovery Team and the on/off-base Aircraft Crash Recovery support efforts.   
 
DCSI has experience in providing aircraft maintenance and servicing support for the following airframes: Air Force-1, A-6, A-10, B-1, B-2, B-52, B-737, B-747, B-757, C-5, C-12, C-17, C-21, C-130, C-135, DC-10, E-4B, EA-6, F-15, F-16, F-18, L-1011, MD-11, NASA B747-800 and NASA G-3, T-1, T-37, T-38, T-44, V-22, and OH-58, UH-1, CH-47, and CH-53 helicopters and civilian chartered aircraft.