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Cubic Field Services wins three contracts totaling $9.3 million for Navy simulator O&M services.

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 10, 1995--Cubic Field Services (CFS) has been awarded three contracts totaling $9.3 million to provide operation and maintenance support for 10 U.S. Navy simulator sites in three regions throughout the United States, the company announced Friday.

Richard D. Koon, president of Cubic Field Services, a subsidiary of San Diego-based Cubic Corp., said the contracts had been awarded by the Navy Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, with headquarters in Orlando, Fla.

The contracts include the East Coast Contractor Operation and Maintenance of Simulators (COMS), the West Coast COMS and the Naval Education and Training Command at Newport, R.I.

Within the Eastern COMS are the Fleet Combat Training Center Atlantic at Dam Neck, Va.; the Fleet Training Center at Norfolk, Va.; the Expeditionary Warfare Training Group Atlantic, Little Creek, Va.; and the Fleet Training Center at Mayport, Fla.

Within the Western COMS are the Fleet Anti-Submarine Warfare Training Center, the Fleet Combat Training Center Pacific and the Fleet Training Center, all in San Diego; and the Naval Amphibious School and Naval Special Warfare Center, both in Coronado, Calif.

CFS will perform operation and maintenance service on the U.S. Navy's simulators that train Navy surface personnel to use various shipboard systems.

``We are extremely pleased to receive these contracts,'' Koon said. ``They are the result of a lot of hard work on the part of many people, including our senior Cubic Defense Systems management team. We greatly appreciate the confidence the U.S. Navy's Air Warfare Systems Training Division placed in us.''

The CFS proposal team was headed by Dave Kaufman, manager of CFS field operations, and supported by Gretchen Carlisle, CFS financial; Patti Clutter and Leslie Scott, both from central estimating; Tony Jackson, Clarence Grubaugh and Michelle Long, contracts; Harold Carlisle, CFS technical; and Maria Suanico, technical publications.

Cubic Field Services is an outgrowth of Cubic Defense Systems, a company that for more than 20 years has provided high-quality, professional operation and maintenance on the world's most sophisticated electronic training systems and combat-training ranges.

CFS services include operation and maintenance, program management, engineering support, training and quality control, along with technical publications and manual services, industrial security and housekeeping.

Additionally, the firm has developed computer-based repair, supply support, inventory control, preventive-maintenance programs, and files and record systems. It serves commercial, industrial, state and local governments and defense markets.

CONTACT: Cubic Corp., San Diego

Gerry Reeves, 619/277-6780
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