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Mike Barthlow Joins Cubic as C4ISR Strategy VP; Mike Twyman Comments

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Mike Barthlow, formerly executive vice president and chief strategy officer of Iris Technology, has joined Cubic‘s (NYSE: CUB) defense applications business as vice president of C4ISR strategy and business development. The company said Thursday Barthlow will oversee the segment’s market expansion and partnerships and support its secure communications portfolio through the recently acquired DTECH Labs. ...

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Bradley Feldmann to Succeed Bill Boyle as Cubic CEO

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Bradley Feldmann, president and chief operating officer at Cubic Corp. since January 2013, will succeed Bill Boyle as CEO of the San Diego-based defense and transportation technology contractor on July 1. Boyle will act as an adviser to Feldmann after July 1 and remain on the company’s board of directors until the ...

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Cubic Defense Applications Appoints Dave Schmitz New COO

Cubic Corp. announced today it has appointed Dave Schmitz to the newly created position of chief operating officer of its defense systems business unit, Cubic Defense Applications. To read about other recent executive moves at Cubic read our story at GovCon Executive. Schmitz previously served as vice president and general manager of Cobham Sensor System‘s ...

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Cubic Wins Potential $200M Contract for Laser Weapons System

The U.S. Army‘s program executive office for simulation, training and instrumentation has awarded Cubic’s defense systems business segment a contract potentially worth more than $200 million to upgrade the Instrumentable Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System Individual Weapons System. An initial order of $19 million covers the base year of the award, ...

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Cubic Wins $31M Award for Various Air Force Systems

Cubic Defense Applications (NYSE: CUB) has won a maximum $31,435,144 firm-fixed-price award from the U.S. Air Force for approximately 105 various systems. Systems include: airborne subsystems parallel and serial umbilicals ballast and  ground subsystems ground subsystem The ground subsystems include live monitors, control display units and remote range units. The ...

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Cubic Defense Wins $49M for Marine Tactical Engagement Simulatior

Cubic Defense Applications has been awarded a $49 million indefinite type contract from the U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command to provide a tactical engagement simulation system. Cubic will provide a turn-key deployable training capability that will include an immersive training environment, which replicates the threats and stresses of actual combat. ...

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Cubic Wins Order on $100M IDIQ for Tactical Vehicle Laser Trainer; Brad Feldmann Comments

  Cubic Corp.’s (NYSE: CUB) defense systems business has received a first production order for its tactical vehicle system from the U.S. Army‘s program executive office for simulation, training and instrumentation. The $13 million order is under an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract awarded last year, which is potentially worth more than $100 million ...

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Cubic Defense Picks Up $49M Naval Contract

The U.S. Navy has awarded Cubic Defense Applications Inc. a $49,530,355 firm-fixed-priced/indefinite-delivery contract. Cubic will replace the Marine Corps’s Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System and include the training systems of the Instrumented-Tactical Engagement Simulation System Increment I and additional weapon training system capabilities. Work will be performed in San Diego, ...

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Contract Award- Cubic Defense Corp – $8.5 Million – Egyptian Air Force

The Egyptian Air Force has contracted Cubic Defense Applications to provide an air combat training system. The contract, worth $8.5 million, is for the P5 Combat Training System and includes DRS Technologies, Inc. as a subcontractor, with delivery planned for 2011. Philip Fisch, senior director of business development at Cubic ...

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