Cubic Defense Applications, the defense systems business unit of Cubic Corporation, has appointed Joseph “Keith” Kellogg has joined Cubic as Senior Vice President for Ground Combat Programmes.
“Keith will lead our ground combat training business and focus on expanding the company’s world wide customer base, raise Cubic’s visibility to better serve the Department of Defense and key Army leaders, and position the company to enter adjacent tactical markets,” said Bradley H. Feldmann, President of Cubic Defense Applications.
Cubic is a leading supplier of combat training centers, tactical engagement simulation equipment, virtual small arms trainers, weapon simulations and urban warfare with more than 1000 employees and annual revenues in excess of $150 million concentrated in the ground combat arena.
In his new role, Kellogg will work closely with Department of Defense and international customers to ensure that Cubic’s products meet the highest training standards and offer customers responsive service and delivery performance.
Prior to joining Cubic, Kellogg held several executive assignments with CACI and Oracle Corporation.
In his military career, as a retired Lieutenant General he served as Director C4 Systems at the Pentagon as principal advisor to the Joint Chiefs of Staff on military command and control. Previous assignments included Assistant Army Chief of Staff for Operations; Commanding General 82nd Airborne Division; and Chief of Army Combat Development, TRADOC,
“I am pleased to join the Cubic leadership team,” said Kellogg. “The breadth of Cubic’s training capabilities, technology, and large customer base are very exciting.”