Cubic to support BFV COFT
Cubic Global Defense (CGD) has received a $13.9 million award from Oasis Advanced Engineering to manufacture and supply crew station subsystems in support of the Bradley fighting vehicle Conduct of Fire Trainer (COFT), the company announced on 26 July.
Under a $4.18 million base contract Cubic will produce and deliver nine mobile and four institutional crew station subsystems with associated spares. There is also an option of $9.74 million that could see Cubic deliver an additional 21 mobile and ten institutional crew station subsystems with associated spares.
Oasis is the prime contractor of the COFT programme. COFT is a dual-configuration, virtual simulation system that replicates the Bradley M2/A2 Operation Desert Storm-Situational Awareness (ODS-SA) and the Bradley M2/A3 ODS vehicles. It functions in a synthetic environment and is used by an instructor to train and sustain the Bradley gunner and commander critical gunnery skills required for direct fire engagements.
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