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Kevin Davis, DynCorp, Killed in Christmas Day Kandahar Attack

Update:  Kevins family has informed us that he had also spent several years working for KBR on a contract in Iraq before deploying to Afghanistan with DynCorp.


Thanks to MsSparky for this

DynCorp International LOGCAP Team Member Killed in Rocket Attack

December 27, 2010 – We are deeply saddened to report that LOGCAP team member died from injuries sustained during a rocket attack in , , on December 25.

Kevin, 40, of Missouri City, Texas, joined DI on September 30, 2010, to support the U.S. Army Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) contract.

DI CEO Steve Gaffney acknowledged Kevin’s dedication to the mission and expressed condolences on the tragic loss saying, “Kevin lived and worked in a warzone to help support our troops – that kind of selfless courage is remarkable but too often goes unrecognized until the unthinkable happens. Kevin’s service to our military was heroic and our thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family during this difficult time.”

The DI family extends deepest condolences to all of Kevin’s loved ones and to the entire LOGCAP team.

See the original at MsSparky

December 27, 2010 - Posted by | Afghanistan, Civilian Contractors, Contractor Casualties, DynCorp | , , , , , ,


  1. Hi Ms Sparky!

    Thank you so much for the article on Kevin Davis, who was killed on December 25, 2010. Kevin is my nephew. I know the information you have is from DynaCorp, but I would also like to make mention that he served under a KBR contract previously in Iraq from October 2007, and had only been home for a brief stay before going back with DynaCorp. I would like that information to be acknowledged as well if at all possible.

    Ms. Sparky I would like to thank you for all you do in acknowledging these civillians hard at work and risking their lives to support our troops. Is there any more information you can provide as to the details as we are getting different information. Thank you for any assistance you can provide. You may email me privately at the email address provided. Sincerely, Kay Walk

    Comment by Kay Walk | December 27, 2010 | Reply

  2. ETA: I may have not been clear on his dates of his previous stay in Iraq, though.

    Comment by Kay Walk | December 27, 2010 | Reply

  3. Kay – I am very sorry for your loss and send my condolences to you and Kevin’s entire family, friends and co-workers from Afghanistan.

    I was told Kevin was working as a Warehouseman for Dyncorp.

    I would like to cross post your comment on Kevin’s post at MsSparky.com as well.

    Again, my most sincere condolences.

    Comment by Ms Sparky | December 30, 2010 | Reply

  4. I have known Kevin since he was a very young man, he and my son were the same age; his mother is my best friend. The hardest thing I’ve ever had to do was to call her and express my condolences. Her Christmas(es) will never be the same. All she could say over and over is “my baby is gone”! I am hurt, I am angry that our young men and women are coming back in body bags…these overseas civilian contractors are just some of the unsung heros that put their lives in harms way along with our military. We must bring an end to this senseless war, many young men and women are going there because they can’t find employment here in the USA. Kevin and his siblings were and have always been her pride and joy through good times and bad. Mr. President are you listening???? sincerely, JLH

    Comment by Joyce Hunter | December 31, 2010 | Reply

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