Tag: Combat

Cubic Wins Air Combat Training Systems Contract for US Air Force and International Partners


Cubic Corporation (NYSE:CUB) today announced its Cubic Mission and Performance Solutions (CMPS) business division was awarded a contract to continue delivering support for its P5 Combat Training System (P5CTS) for the United States Air Force (USAF) and a number of international partners currently using the system. The contract will assist the USAF-installed base of close to 1,000 P5CTS Airborne Subsystems (AS) and associated range infrastructure on over 20 USAF bases and training ranges. The contract will also support a number of current international P5CTS users including Australia, Egypt, Morocco, Oman, Poland, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and United Kingdom.


“We are very excited to continue our close work with the USAF, allies and international partners out to 2027 under this contract,” Mike Knowles, president of Cubic Mission and Performance Solutions. “The P5CTS system supports and improves operator readiness across the globe and this contract helps expand the P5CTS user

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Business Roundtable Releases Plan to Combat Climate Change

Last year, the Business Roundtable made headlines with a statement that American businesses have an obligation to lead their companies for the benefit of all stakeholders, not just stockholders. That statement flew in the face of the half-century dictum that social responsibility was, in the words of Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman, a “fundamentally subversive doctrine.”

In a statement issued Wednesday, the roundtable said the United States “should adopt a more comprehensive, coordinated and market-based approach to reduce [greenhouse gas (GHG)] emissions.” The Business Roundtable comprises more than 200 CEOs of U.S. companies with more than 15 million employees and more than $7.5 trillion in annual revenues.





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The chair of the roundtable, Doug McMillon, who is also CEO of Walmart, said that the group’s position on climate change “reflects our belief that a national market-based emissions reduction policy is critical to reducing greenhouse gas

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Will Jacobs’ Project Execution Strategy Combat Industry Woes?

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. J has been rallying on high-value businesses, namely Critical Mission Solutions or CMS and People & Places Solutions or P&PS, as well as efficient project execution. Also, its focus on transitioning from engineering and construction to a global technology-forward solutions company is fueling growth.

The company — which shares space with Quanta Services, Inc. PWR, KBR, Inc. KBR and Altair Engineering Inc. ALTR in the Engineering – R and D Services industry — surpassed earnings estimates in 18 of the trailing 21 quarters.

However, coronavirus-led impacts, stiff industry rivalry, cost burden and currency headwinds remain concerns for this leading professional, technical and construction services provider.

Strategies to Support Growth

Jacobs has been exhibiting strong results, courtesy of increased focus on CMS and P&PS businesses. Notably, the company has been transforming the business to become a more outcome-focused solutions provider. To that end, it has changed the

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To Help Combat COVID-19 Globally, Cornerstone Foundation and Project HOPE Provide Free Online Training for Healthcare Workers

New online curriculum teaches frontline healthcare workers how to safely screen, triage and treat COVID-19 patients in remote regions

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSOD), a global leader in people development solutions, today announced an expanded collaboration between the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation and Project HOPE, a nonprofit global health and humanitarian organization, to provide vital and urgently needed COVID-19 training courses to frontline healthcare personnel in remote areas.

The series of free, online trainings is designed to help healthcare workers on the frontlines of the pandemic increase their capacity to respond rapidly and efficiently to the threat of COVID-19, while also protecting their own health. Starting today, the courses offered through Project HOPE will now be available in more languages, including English and Spanish, and in new regions, including Africa.

“In a time when in-person training is no longer possible, online

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Combat vet killed by Texas deputy buried in Alabama on 9/11

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