Fifteen mobile, nine fixed Bradley Fighting Vehicle simulators to be built for Army at $13m by May 2011.

Cubic Corp.'s Orlando high-tech training division has landed a series…

Cubic Corp.’s Orlando high-tech training division has landed a series of Army deals worth nearly $13 million to produce equipment for Bradley Fighting Vehicle training systems, the company said Monday.

Cubic Simulation Systems will build weapons-firing turret crew stations that will be included in new Bradley Fighting Vehicle training simulators, the company said.

Terms call for Cubic to make certain equipment for 15 mobile systems and nine fixed-site systems. Deliveries are scheduled to start in May 2011.

Cubic Simulation won the deal from Auburn Hills, Mich.-based Oasis Advanced Engineering Inc., the prime contractor on the weapons-training systems for the new Bradley simulators.

Oasis landed the Bradley weapons-training prime contract from the Army’s high-tech training contracting agency in Orlando. The four-year deal calls for Oasis to produce up to 114 systems to train National Guard soldiers in combat gunnery skills.

Source: Richard Burnett for the Orlando Sentinel

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