Cubic Defense Applications, the defense business of San Diego-based Cubic Corp., said it opened a new office in Beavercreek, Ohio, to pursue new training and tactical communications business at nearby Wright Paterson Air Force Base.
Cubic said it recently received a two-year contract to deliver expanded live training to the National Center for Medical Readiness, also known as Calamityville. New instruments supplied by Cubic will improve the ability to track personnel and vehicles during live training and mission rehearsal exercises.
Cubic is providing the new instrumentation in collaboration with the Alliance for Human Effectiveness and Advancement, an industry consortium led by the Wright State Research Institute.
--SDBJ Staff Report