Buss named Cubic Global Defense VP

David Buss becomes vice president and deputy to president at Cubic Global Defense.
David Buss becomes vice president and deputy to president at Cubic Global Defense. | Courtesy of Cubic Corp.
Retired U.S. Navy Vice Adm. David Buss will become vice president of Cubic Global Defense (CGD) and will also serve as the deputy to the president, CGD parent company Cubic Corp. said Wednesday.

Buss served in the Navy for 36 years after he graduated with distinction from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1978. He served multiple roles in the Navy including commanding the USS Sacramento and the USS John C. Stennis aircraft carrier. He has also been recognized with several prestigious awards including the Bronze Star Medal and the Distinguished Flying Cross for Valor.
“As the former ‘Air Boss’ in charge of all naval aviation policies, programs and requirements, David brings a rare blend of skills and expertise to Cubic from his distinguished military service to his extensive knowledge of the industry and combat operations,” CGD President Bill Toti said. “David’s high-level insight and advice will play an integral role in the growth strategy and vision of Cubic’s overall defense business.”

As vice president, Buss will oversee business strategy for the company's live, virtual and constructive training operations for air, land and naval forces.

CGD, a subsidiary of Cubic Corp., specializes in the development of training courses and support services for the U.S. and its allies.

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