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Cubic Defense Opens New Office Near AF Research Lab; Bradley Feldmann Comments

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Cubic Defense Opens New Office Near AF Research Lab; Bradley Feldmann Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting eventCubic Defense Applications has opened a new office to pursue new training and tactical communications business at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, the company announced Monday.

John “Jazz” Jannazo, Cubic’s senior director for Air Force programs, will head the new Beavercreek, Ohio office while Timothy Patton and Chris Evans will provide program management and engineering for the new enterprise.

This opening comes as the company also announced a two-year contract to provide training instrumentation to the National Center for Medical Readiness, known as Calamityville, for tracking personnel and vehicles during live training and mission rehearsal exercises.

“In addition to the Calamityville effort, Cubic has a long-standing strategic simulation and training connection to the Air Force Research Laboratory and Human Performance Division that goes back more than 20 years,” said Bradley Feldmann, president of Cubic Defense Applications.

Cubic is collaborating with the industry consortium Alliance for Human Effectiveness and Advancement on that project.

Feldmann also said the company is working with the Air Force Research Laboratory on a new live, virtual and computer-based training integration program and was named lead systems architect for a pilot project that will explore using LVC training for fifth-generation aircraft.

“Cubic previously took part in an Air Force Research Laboratory effort to miniaturize data link technology,” he said. “Data link systems are used to transfer data and full motion video from unmanned vehicles to air, ground and surface ship terminals.

“Cubic’s Multiband Miniature Transceiver evolved from the company’s participation in an Air Force Research Laboratory miniaturization initiative. The company will work with Wright Patterson Air Force Base program offices to explore new ways to improve data links over the next few years.”

The company is also working with the Air Force Institute of Technology to develop web training.

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