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Some of the patterns made by cell membranes looked like projections of the minimal surfaces that shape cubic phases, Landh noticed.
The first major milestone in the UOTF project will take place the first quarter of 2007, after Royal Wolf installs and Cubic instruments the containers in the Shoalwater Bay Training Area for the Talisman Sabre 07 exercise.
This will allow Cubic to deliver the equipment swiftly to meet training requirements.
Cubic's Operations Support Division is part of the Mission Support Business Unit of Cubic Defense Applications (CDA).
Cubic and its principal subcontractor, DRS Technologies, will deliver approximately 30 systems to the U.
Contracts with Cubic between 2001 and 2004 expanded the system to Metrobus and nine regional agencies.
These two commands -- USNORTHCOM and NORAD -- represent important new customers and business opportunities for Cubic," said Jim Balentine, senior vice president in charge of Cubic's Mission Support Business Unit.
Cubic is the prime contractor for LAND-134, the transportable ground combat training system in the final stages of integration and test at Townsville in Queensland.
Cubic won the recompete as part of the Field Training Systems Support II Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract that the company received last year.
Final acceptance of this system is an important milestone for Cubic, and demonstrates to our customers and potential customers that Cubic delivers quality data link and systems technology that is interoperable with legacy systems developed by others," said Richard Lober, senior vice president in charge of Cubic's Communications and Electronics Business Unit.
Cubic is supporting the National Guard Bureau in executing and evaluating the Exportable Combat Training Capability (XCTC), a new training concept that allows Army National Guard and Army Reserve units to undergo highly realistic battlefield conditions and instrumented training at their home station, or at regional training sites.