Cubic Corporation

March 13, 2017

Cubic Defense Applications Inc., San Diego, is being awarded a $20,893,295 firm-fixed-price contract for procurement of Portable Common Data Link (PCDL) systems that includes procuring, producing, assembling, testing, documenting and delivering 25 TacMobile Person PCDL systems and spare suites for installation in tactical and mobile tactical operation centers. The contractor also will provide engineering services for production support, field testing, training documentation and training and logistics support. The period of performance will consist of an 18-month base period for the procurement of the PCDL systems and four one-year options for production and engineering services.

March 28, 2016

Cubic Global Defense Inc., San Diego, California, was awarded a $9,911,524 modification (P00036) to contract W91QVN-14-C-0033 for operation of the Korea Battle Simulation Center. Work will be performed in Korea with an estimated completion date of March 31, 2017. Fiscal 2016 operations and maintenance (Army) funds in the amount of $9,911,524 were obligated at the time of the award. The Army Contracting Command – Regional Contracting Command, Yongsan, Republic of Korea, is the contracting activity.


Cubic Corporation, San Diego, California, named William W. Boyle chief executive officer, Bradley H. Feldmann president and chief operating officer, John “Jay” D. Thomas executive vice president and chief financial officer, and Stephen O. Shewmaker executive vice president of the corporation.

May 23, 2012
By Beverly Schaeffer

Cubic Corporation, San Diego, has named Andy Jazwick vice president, legislative affairs.

December 8, 2008
By Katie Packard

Cubic Corporation has received a $10.6 million contract to produce basic skills trainers and student and instructor stations for the Javelin Field Tactical Trainer under contract to the Raytheon-Lockheed Martin Javelin Joint Venture.

December 5, 2008
By Katie Packard

Cubic Defense Applications, the defense systems subsidiary of Cubic Corporation, has received a contract valued at over $10 million from Rockwell Collins for Phase 1 of the Common Range Integrated Instrumentation System (CRIIS) program. CRIIS will replace the aging Advanced Range Data System currently in use at major U.S. Air Force, Army and Navy test ranges.

September 24, 2008
By Katie Packard

Cubic Applications Incorporated has received a U.S. Marine Corps contract with a potential value of $31.7 million to continue training U.S. advisers to support the training of Iraqi and Afghan security forces. The security cooperation education and training center support contract is responsible for ensuring that security cooperation teams that deploy to various countries throughout the world receive customized predeployment training.

September 3, 2008
By Katie Packard

Cubic Applications Incorporated, a defense services subsidiary of Cubic Corporation, has been awarded a contract with a potential value of $16.3 million to explore emerging technologies and to develop prototype solutions to strengthen the military's training in nuclear, biological and chemical response. This effort is part of the training transformation initiative in support of the U.S. Joint Forces Command. The contract was awarded by the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division in Orlando, Florida.

August 1, 2008
By Katie Packard

Cubic Defense Applications recently installed a new voice communication system at the Canadian Weapon Effects Simulation (CWES) training facility at Canadian Forces Base Wainwright, Alberta, Canada. The $4 million system was ordered by the Canadian Department of National Defence and will provide communications for many purposes, including range control, base maintenance crews, emergency response and other base operations.

July 28, 2008
By Katie Packard

Cubic Applications Incorporated has been awarded a not-to-exceed $16,324,665, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract to provide investigative research and analysis to explore emerging technologies and developing proof-of-concept/prototype solutions to the shortfalls in realistic nuclear, chemical and biological training and to enable a single, more realistic operational and training environment for the live virtual constructive.