Cubic Corp. Team to Develop Littoral Combat Ship Training Under $300M IDIQ; Brad Feldmann Comments

Cubic-CorpCubic Corp. holds three prime contracts worth up to $298.5 million combined to develop combat ship training for the U.S. Navy over a five-year period.

Cubic’s Orlando, Fla.-based simulation systems division will partner with the mission support services division along with a team of subcontractors and small businesses for the project, Cubic said Friday.

Subcontractors for the Littoral Combat Ship project include:

  • Alion Science and Technology
  • Aptima Inc.
  • Austal USA
  • Cybernet Systems Corp.
  • RealTime Immersive Inc.
  • Sonalysts Inc.

Under the contract, the team develop courseware for the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division’s LCS train-to-qualify and train-to-certify shore-based training programs (click here for GovCon Wire’s coverage of which LCS versions are covered under the contract).

“We are extremely pleased that Cubic has been selected to contribute and participate in this important Navy program,” said Brad Feldmann, Cubic president and chief operating officer.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity award also includes designs for mission packages used in both instructor-led and instructor-facilitated self-paced modules.

Contract work will aim to create jobs veterans, engineers and new graduates in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, the company said.

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