Cubic Global Defense awarded $9.9 million extension from Air Force
CGD is working with the AFRL's Human-Centered Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Division to develop solutions to counter chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) threats, as well as bolster survivability programs. This addition to the contract brings total funding from the AFRL to $19.8 million.
Their primary scope of work involves the testing and evaluation of long-term and short-term CBRN technologies at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, Camp Smith in Hawaii and at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida.
“With the successful efforts of the initial investment, the increase in the contract ceiling is a testament to Cubic’s superior service and ongoing partnership with the U.S. Air Force, ” Chris Bellios, senior vice president for defense and intel services of CGD, said. “Finding advanced solutions and procedures in CBRN counter
proliferation for optimal response and recovery is an important mission for our military partners and for Cubic.”
CGD is a division of Cubic Corp. It is focused on the development and implementation of realistic training systems, communication systems, and other highly specialized military and security support services in the U.S. and allied nations.