Cubic to continue supporting simulation training at the Joint Multinational Simulation Center with $33.7 million contract award
Cubic Global Defense (CGD), a business unit of San Diego, CA-based Cubic Corporation, announced on February 10 the award of a five-year, $33.7 million contract to support the U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR) Joint Multinational Simulation Center (JMSC), headquartered in Grafenwoehr, Germany; and the USAREUR Joint Multinational Readiness Center (JMRC) headquartered in Hohenfels, Germany. Continuing the current five-year contract, Cubic will maintain its role in assisting the JMSC with the execution of Mission Rehearsal Exercises (MRE) and training events; constructive simulation training for joint, combined, NATO and partner-nation units and leaders; and combatant Commanders’ engagement strategies.
The JMSC, U.S. Army’s largest overseas training command, provides and facilitates mission command training through the integration of Live, Virtual, Constructive and Gaming (LVC-G) environments. Cubic will continue to integrate the mission command systems and LVC-G simulations in addition to providing stable simulation network backbones, exercise infrastructure and configuration management in support of JMSC missions.
“Cubic is a key player in the LVC-G training space and has successfully partnered with the JMSC to provide realistic and customizable mission support services to not only the U.S., but also to partner nations,” said Bill Toti, president of Cubic Global Defense. “Cubic looks forward to maintaining the important role of delivering comprehensive training to better prepare Soldiers for the next mission.”
Source: Cubic Corporation