| 18 June 2013
BEAVERCREEK, Ohio: Cubic Defense Applications (CDA), a defense systems business of Cubic Corporation (NYSE: CUB) commemorated the opening of their new Dayton, Ohio location near Wright Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) last night, with a visit by the Honorable Michael Turner. John Jannazo, senior director, United States Air Force Programs at Cubic, introduced the Congressman (R-District 10) to Cubic’s global operations, local strategic partnerships and future operating location plans and programs.
Congressman Turner is the Chair of the House Armed Services Tactical Air and Land Forces Subcommittee which includes oversight of Air Force acquisition programs.
“We are honored to have Congressman Turner visit Cubic, celebrate our work and our #1 ranking for aerospace companies ($1-$5 billion range) for 2013 by Aviation Week and Space Technology,” said Jannazo. “The Congressman is one of Congress' most ardent supporters of the Air Force and WPAFB. We appreciate his interest in the expansion of Cubic’s global business to the greater Dayton region.”
CDA and its affiliates are the world’s leading provider of realistic air and ground combat training systems for national military and security forces. Its primary focus is to design, develop, manufacture, integrate, innovate, and sustain advanced technologies responsive to mission requirements of U.S. and allied forces. Infantry troops, aircrews, and security forces all draw upon the realism gained from using Cubic’s training systems to help them effectively perform their mission.