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Cubic to Deliver Urban Ops Training System for Canadian Military; Dave Buss Quoted

Dave Buss

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 30, 2018 — Cubic (NYSE: CUB) will build and integrate an urban operations training system into a Canadian military simulation platform under a potential $27M task order, ExecutiveBiz reported Aug. 20.

The company said Aug. 20 its global defense business division will supply the system for the Canadian Weapon Effects Simulation environment at Canadian Forces Base Gagetown and Canadian Maneuver Training Center Wainwright to help advance force-on-force training capability.

Dave Buss, president of Cubic Global Defense and a Wash100 awardee, noted that the company’s training technology works to facilitate operational readiness and develop “intuitive” decision-making among warfighters operating in an urban setting.

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