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Jeremiah Madigan, Robert Peabody Take VP Roles at Cubic’s Mission Solutions Division

Cubic’s (NYSE: CUB) mission solutions division has appointed Jeremiah Madigan, a former group executive director at Aerojet Rocketdyne (NYSE: AJRD), as vice president of secure communications and Robert Peabody, formerly a technical fellow of Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), as systems strategy VP.

Cubic said Monday Mandigan will oversee the division’s portfolio of C4ISR offerings such as data links, avionics and communication technologies while Peabody will direct technology and business strategies for architecture, systems of systems and C4ISR product lines.

“Their roles will be essential as we expand our C4ISR strategy and broaden our reach globally, ” said Mike Twyman, president of Cubic’s mission solutions division.

Madigan previously served as executive director for Aerojet Rocketdyne’s missile defense systems business as well as held various management and leadership roles at Northrop for 25 years after he retired from the U.S. Air Force with the rank of captain.

Peabody also worked as C2 systems architect, chief architect and chief systems engineer at Northrop.

He also served as chief engineer for BAE SystemsTomahawk Strike Coordination Module — the first production strike planning system the defense contractor developed for the U.S. Navy.

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