Cubic to develop combat training centres
Cubic Global Defense has received a contract worth more than $25 million from an undisclosed customer in the Asia-Pacific region for the delivery of three mobile combat training centres, the company announced on 6 September.
Under the contract, Cubic will deliver its laser-based simulation equipment for dismounted soldiers, vehicles and numerous weapon configurations. The contract also includes the implementation of communication system components, after action review capabilities and exercise control system integration.
Dave Buss, president of Cubic Global Defense, said: ‘This contract award underscores Cubic’s position as a leading provider of instrumented combat training centres worldwide.
‘We are committed to delivering the most advanced training systems to ensure our partners and allies have the ability to establish realistic training environments that accurately simulate the complexities of combined arms operations.’
Deliveries will begin in 2018 and will continue through 2019.
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