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Cubic Global Defense, Mission Solutions Present at Land Forces 2018 Expo

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 10, 2018 — Cubic (NYSE: CUB) was set to participate at the Land Forces 2018 exposition in Australia last week with an exhibit of its military training, command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance technology, ExecutiveBiz reported Aug. 31.

The company said Aug. 30 it aimed to showcase the software-defined Atlas Strike C4ISR platform, Synthetic Wrap training capabilities, exercise control and after-action review applications as well as the M3X secure networking and GATR satellite communications systems.

Dave Buss, currently president of Cubic’s global defense business division and a past Wash100 winner, noted that the company considers the Australasian region a key area for growth.

Cubic Mission Solutions, under the leadership of Mike Twyman, joined Cubic Global Defense at the event.

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