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Mark Schmaltz, Michael Maughan, Kenneth Lowe Named to VP Roles at Cubic’s Defense Business

Cubic‘s (NYSE: CUB) defense business has named three executives to vice president roles to oversee digital product innovation, growth efforts and revenue streams.

Mark Schmaltz, a business and program management executive, has joined Cubic as VP and general manager of the newly created synthetic and digital solutions business line, the company said Monday.

Schmaltz, who spent more than three decades at Rockwell Collins, which now runs as Collins Aerospace, will oversee Cubic Global Defense’s virtual, maritime, game-based and immersive technologies under the new business line through the company’s studios in Orlando, Fla.; Austin, Texas; and Denmark.

Michael Maughan, formerly senior director of advanced programs and strategic development at General Atomics, will serve as VP of business development and strategy responsible for the implementation of global development initiatives and business strategies across Cubic’s defense segment.

Kenneth Lowe, former VP of finance at L3 Technologies‘ (NYSE: LLL) electron devices division, will oversee CGD’s cost accounting activities and financial planning process as financial operations VP and controller.

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