Cubic‘s global defense business division will participate in the three-day International Fighter Conference in Berlin, Germany, to discuss multiple training platforms designed to support air combat training and mission readiness efforts.
Some Cubic Global Defense personnel will address various topics at the event such as incremental live, virtual and constructive systems as well as multidomain Joined and Combined Force training, the company said Monday.
“We look forward to leveraging our industry expertise to address ways in which the U.S. Air Force and our allied nations can effectively train and ensure mission readiness for our warfighters” said Cubic Global Defense President Dave Buss.
Buss added the company aims to help address aircraft interoperability gaps through its air combat training service.
ICF will feature Mark Graper, senior business development director of CGD and a retired Air Force major general; and Kevin O’Rourke, senior business development manager of CGD and a retired U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant colonel.
Cubic representatives will also showcase company offerings such as the P5 Combat Training System, Bandit Board, F-35 Internal Subsystem, Secure Air Combat Maneuvering Instrumentation and LVC training technologies.