A team comprising Cubic, Fae Vectus, Language Directions and Marton Technologies has received a $6.2 million follow-on contract to develop education and training requirements for the U.S. Air Force‘s adviser academic services program.
Team Cubic will also continue to provide classroom and scenario-based training on core skills, language, region and culture at the Air Force Expeditionary Center at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey, Cubic said Monday.
“Recent turmoil in different regions of the world highlights the need for qualified, competent and well-trained warfighters with various competencies during expeditionary combat,“ said Dave Buss, president of Cubic’s global defense segment.
The team will work to help prepare air advisers and other airmen for multi-faceted peacetime and wartime operations with U.S. partner nations in support of combatant commands, air components and major commands.
Work on the contract is scheduled to commence in October.