Cubic Corp.’s defense applications unit has opened a new office near Wright-Patterson Air Force Base as part of its plan to grow its global business in the region.
Rep. Michael Turner joined the site’s Sunday opening in Dayton, Ohio, alonside John Jannazo, Cubic’s director of Air Force programs, Cubic said Monday.
Turner serves as chairman of the House Armed Services Tactical Air and Land Forces Subcommittee and oversees the Air Force’s acquisition programs.
Jannazo introduced Turner to the company’s global operations, local partnerships and future programs.
“The congressman is one of Congress’ most ardent supporters of the Air Force and WPAFB,” said Jannazo. “We appreciate his interest in the expansion of Cubic’s global business to the greater Dayton region,” he added.
Cubic develops, integrates and maintains technologies for help U.S. troops, aircrews and allied forces.