Cubic Corp. (NYSE: CUB) has appointed former U.S. Army Central Command leader James Terry to a senior vice president role in the contractor’s global defense business segment and also promoted Eric Carr, formerly vice president and deputy general manager for integrated training services, to the SVP ranks also.
Cubic said Monday that Terry, a retired Army lieutenant general, will serve as SVP for business development of ground strategy and report to Dave Buss, president of the global defense segment.
Terry will oversee efforts to pursue business opportunities in ground training systems and services for the Army, Marine Corps, Special Operations Forces and the Middle East region.
He has served as Army component commander of U.S. Central Command, commander of the International Security Assistance Force Joint Command, deputy commanding general of U.S. Forces – Afghanistan and commanding general of U.S. Army V Corps.
“General Terry’s deep expertise and understanding of the Army and joint operations in both Europe and the Middle East will be a great asset to Cubic’s NextTraining growth strategy, ” said Buss.
Carr, now SVP of systems operations in the defense segment, will also report to Buss and lead internal operations, program execution and strategic growth efforts from the contractor’s global headquarters in San Diego.
Carr’s career includes a VP role at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), president of OSI Defense Systems, VP for sensor systems at Schwartz Electro-Optics, manager of marketing communications at GE Harris Harmon Railway Electronics and manager of business development at a Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS).