Cubic To Help Air Advisor Academy Train Foreign Airmen; Glenn Marsh Comments

Glenn Marsh

Cubic Corp.’s mission support services subsidiary Cubic Applications Inc. has won a contract to help the U.S. Air Force operate its Air Advisor Academy in New Jersey, Cubic announced Wednesday.

Glenn Marsh, a vice president and general manager for omega training and education, said in a release the company will provide on-site support including curriculum developers, furnishing instructors and other required support.

The academy is based at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst and falls within the Air Education and Training Command and provides education and training for air advisers and other airmen.

According to the company, air advisers assess, train and help foreign personnel develop their aviation resources to meet their national needs in support of U.S. interests.

Aviation Week magazine recently listed the company second in the $1 billion-to-$5 billion revenue category for this year.

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