Cubic Global Defense will sustain the service’s training aids and simulators at 21 local and international locations in support of the Army’s readiness efforts and combat training centers, the company said Tuesday.
Lockheed won a potential seven-year, $3.53 billion contract from the Army Contracting Command for sustainment services under the military branch’s Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations Maintenance Program.
“We look forward to working closely with Lockheed Martin and other partners included in this program to improve operational availability of the Army’s TADSS in the critical role of training soldiers worldwide,” said Dave Buss, president of Cubic Global Defense.
Buss added that the delivery of training platforms designed to support mission readiness and operational performance is part of the company’s NextTraining strategy.
Cubic expects full performance work to kick off on Oct. 31 once it completes the five-month, phase-in period.