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Cubic Global Defense (CGD), in collaboration with Federal Resources, has been awarded a contract to deliver the PRISim Suite PortableTrainer systems to the US Air National Guard (ANG).

Under the terms of the contract, the company will supply 95 units of the PRISim Suite PortableTrainers, which include recoil and less-lethal training weapons and devices, in addition to software capabilities that enable customisation of scenarios.

Cubic Global Defense president Dave Buss said: “We are thrilled with this contract win as PRISim is one of Cubic’s key training solutions for marksmanship and judgement skills.

“This contract is a significant first win for the Cubic and Federal Resources partnership and we look forward to supporting the ANG with its mission-critical simulation training programme.”

Once delivered, the Cubic systems will be deployed at every ANG base to train security forces personnel in use-of-force policy, as well as handling of deadly force and less-lethal weapons.

“The Cubic systems will be deployed at every ANG base to train security forces personnel in use-of-force policy.”

Federal Resources National Guard Bureau Programmes director Keith Bauder said: “The PRISim simulation system will provide the necessary weapons training for the ANG’s Security Forces to be able to respond in any situation they may find themselves in.

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“It will prove to be an excellent resource for many years.”

The L750 portable system from the PRISim Suite product line leverages high-definition, interactive videos and game-engine technology in order to offer realistic training theatres for all aspects of firearms handling.

The easy-to-use system features a Surface Pro tablet controller and three modes of training, which include branching video for use of force training, marksmanship and skill builder modes.