Navy to develop WMD simulator

by: Matthew Potter
August 27, 2008

Category: Contract Awards, Cubic, development program, logistics, training, U.S. Navy | RSS 2.0

The US Navy awarded Cubic Applications Inc a contract to begin development of a training simulator for Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) environments. The contract is worth up to about $16 M, with $2M executed to date. The Navy will ultimately end up with a system that can conduct repeatable training on a range. The contract is for development of a system as well as looking at future technologies that can support this type of training.

See the press release at the The Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch.com site.

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