Cubic Awarded Army Europe Simulation Training Support Contract; Bill Toti Comments

Cubic logoCubic’s global defense unit will continue to provide simulation training support to two U.S. Army Europe centers in Germany under a potential five-year, $33.7 million contract.

Cubic said Wednesday it will work to help USAREUR’s joint multinational simulation center and joint multinational readiness center perform mission rehearsal exercises through the integration of live, virtual, constructive and gaming simulation systems and mission command platforms.

The contract also covers exercise infrastructure, simulation network framework and configuration management support for JMSC, JMRC and other sites in Germany and Italy.

Bill Toti, president of Cubic’s global defense unit, said the contract allows the company to continue to provide LVC-G training systems and other mission support services that seek to prepare uniformed personnel for future missions.

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