Cubic Global Defense to support ARCIC’s training efforts

5 January 2016 (Last Updated January 5th, 2016 18:30)

Cubic Global Defense (CGD) has been contracted to support the US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)'s Capabilities Integration Center's (ARCIC) for a period of three years.

Cubic Global Defense (CGD) has been contracted to support the US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)'s Capabilities Integration Center's (ARCIC) for a period of three years.

Under the terms of the $15m deal, the company will provide the Future Warfare Division (FWD) with future study plan (FSP)/unified quest (UQ) events services, including planning, preparation, execution, assessment and analytical integration.

Cubic Global Defense president Bill Toti said: "Cubic looks forward to partnering with ARCIC's FWD to deliver an integrated and measurable business plan that assigns responsibility, defines milestones and shows performance-based results across each requirement and even.

"We will continue to make great effort to support the Army in achieving their Force 2025 and beyond initiative."

"Our team has the technical knowledge and leadership to support FWD, and we will continue to make great effort to support the Army in achieving their Force 2025 and beyond initiative."

The contract was received after the Cubic team comprising four industry partners namely, Abrams Learning and Information Systems, J.L. Marshall and Associates, Virginia Modeling and Simulation Center and Infinite Services and Solutions fulfilled the capability requirements of the FSP/UQ events order.

Last year, the company secured a contract to supply additional instrumentable-multiple integrated laser engagement system individual weapon systems (I-MILES IWS) to the US Army.

The $20m contract was awarded by the army's Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI), which is headquartered in Orlando, Florida, US.