Cubic executive to address Asia Defence Expo & Conference Series

Cubic Global Defense’s senior vice president and managing director of Indo-Pacific, Frank Wiercinski, will discuss military training requirements for the Indo-Pacific region at the Asia Defence Expo & Conferences Series 2019.

Wiercinski is a retired US army officer who served as Commander of the US Army Pacific, retiring in 2013 with the rank of Lieutenant General, and prior to joining Cubic was vice president for Army Systems and Special Operations Forces programs at Lockheed Martin Corporation.


“Effective training is the hallmark of a truly professional military and it is a national moral imperative to ensure that our warfighters are prepared for their missions,” said Wiercinski.

“Increasing human performance through training is crucial for military readiness and I look forward to discussing the importance with the training and simulation community.”

Wiercinski’s address will take place at the Military Simulation & Training Asia Conference (MilSim Asia), one of four technical conferences at ADECS.

MilSim Asia focuses on “bringing the most innovative training, modeling and simulation technology to the Armed Forces”.

The official topic for his speech is “Military Training Requirements in Tomorrow’s Political Landscape”.

Taking place between 29-30 January in Singapore, ADECS is a “leading defence and military exhibition focused on trends in the Asia-Pacific region”.






Cubic executive to address Asia Defence Expo & Conference Series
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