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Cubic Simulation Tech Supporting Australia-Singapore Combat Training Program; Dave Buss Comments

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Feb. 26, 2018 — Cubic‘s (NYSE: CUB) business operations in Australia is anticipated to contribute to the Australia-Singapore Military Training Initiative with additional development work on its combat training simulation systems, ExecutiveBiz reported.

Townsville Bulletin reported that the effort aims to build on Singapore’s defense capability and access to Australian military training technology.

Cubic Global Defense President Dave Buss met with the community liaison of Townsville in Queensland and noted the cost effectiveness of blended live, virtual and constructive training using simulators and computers, the report added.

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