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Harold Carlisle Appointed to Cubic Mission Support Services Group VP Post

CubicLogoHarold Carlisle, a 22-year veteran of Cubic (NYSE: CUB), has been promoted from director to vice president of technical services for the company’s mission support services business.

He will oversee contractor operations and maintenance services, training and mentoring strategies and instructional support programs in his new position, Cubic said Thursday.

Carlisle will report to Al Sargeant, senior vice president and general manager for Cubic Mission Support Services‘ strategic solutions group, and aims to help the company expand its COMS and contractor instruction service offerings in the defense market.

He has also directed naval programs within the company’s worldwide technical services division and has served as a liaison between the organization and the military branch.

Carlisle served in the U.S. Navy for 24 years before he entered the private sector.

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