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Cubic Corporation has agreed the sale of its military training business Cubic Global Defense Services, the company announced on 19 April. The division is to be sold to fellow US defence supplier Valiant Integrated Services at a cost of USD135 million.

Chairman, president and chief executive officer of Cubic Corporation Bradley H. Feldmann said, “We regularly evaluate our portfolio to ensure we are devoting our resources to strategic markets where domain expertise, innovation and technical competency enable us to build market-leading positions with strong growth potential and higher margins.”

“We also believe current market dynamics are driving consolidation in the defence services industry, and the scale required to compete has increased meaningfully.

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The Pentagon has released footage of Special Warfare Combat-craft Crewmen (SWCC) jumping out of a C-17 Globemaster III heavy transportation aircraft.

The video shows 11 SWCCs from Special Boat Team 20 jump out of the C-17 after two boats are dropped using the Low Velocity Airdrop Delivery System.

SWCCs are part of the Navy Special Warfare Command, and are tasked with expertly driving high-speed boats that are armed to the teeth — usually with GAU-17 miniguns, M2HB .50 caliber heavy machine guns, M240B light machine guns, and sometimes even Mk 19 grenade launchers.

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