Lockheed partners with Cubic and Pulau for US Army’s maintenance programme

3 December 2015 (Last Updated December 3rd, 2015 18:30)

Lockheed Martin has partnered with Cubic Global Defense and Pulau to compete for the US Army’s Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations (TADSS) Maintenance Programme (ATMP).

Lockheed Martin has partnered with Cubic Global Defense and Pulau to compete for the US Army's Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations (TADSS) Maintenance Programme (ATMP).

The US Army Programme Executive Office Simulation, Training and Instrumentation manages the ATMP, which offers maintenance, lifecycle management, and sustainment services to around 250,000 fielded TADSS systems.

The programme allows the army to provide training across the world.

"Our ATMP team combines a global logistics and sustainment footprint with smart technology solutions."

Lockheed Martin training and logistics solutions general manager and vice-president Jon Rambeau said: "With a strong legacy of delivering training solutions and logistics services to the US Army, the Lockheed Martin team understands how critical it is for our service members to be mission-ready.

"Our ATMP team combines a global logistics and sustainment footprint with smart technology solutions that will maximise the army's operational awareness, and the return on investment in their training enterprise."

Lockheed currently provides the army with TADSS including the digital range training system, urban operations training system, advanced gunnery training system, and close combat tactical trainer, as well as joint land component constructive training capability.

Cubic Global Defense provides advanced training equipment, solutions and supporting services to the US Army. Its services include multiple-instrumented laser engagement systems (Miles), engagement skills trainers, and a range of training systems and services.

Pulau supports the army with operation, maintenance and logistical services.

Pulau president Mike Armstrong said: "Pulau and our employees have a long history supporting the service members and the army's worldwide training mission."