The Picatinny Arsenal community remembered Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., through a special presentation on Jan. 18 at the Lindner Conference Center.
When James Shields first began work at Picatinny Arsenal as a young mechanical engineer in 1983, he had no aspirations of one day leading one of the installation’s major tenant organizations.
Picatinny Arsenal sent 29 runners to the AUSA (Association of the United States Army) Ten Miler race held on Oct. 8 in Washington D.C. The Picatinny representatives were a mix of military, civilian, contractor, and military family members.
As a way to enhance mission readiness, a broad-based U.S. Army team joined forces to demonstrate the ability to manufacture essential parts using 3-D printing at the “point of need,” applying a system called Rapid Fabrication via Additive Manufacturi...
A Picatinny Arsenal employee has been awarded the Army’s top honor for her work in foreign disclosure.
A new system integration facility at Rock Island Arsenal will help to provide quick turn-around prototyping for the delivery of experimental battlefield systems. Under the oversight of the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center, the fa...
The new $8.4 million, 2-megawatt co-generation facility is one project of seven, totaling near $17 million. Each project is energy efficient and will make Picatinny less dependent on outside energy sources.
Urban combat has historically been among the biggest, and most deadly, challenges for militaries. Nevertheless, populations throughout the world are increasingly moving more toward dense urban environments, making the prospects of equipping and train...
PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J. - Hispanic Heritage Month was celebrated and recognized during an Oct. 3 event featuring a panel discussion and Latin dance demonstrations in the Lindner Conference Center.
The Program Executive Office Ammunition reached another milestone in the development of new 40 mm training grenades that will allow Soldiers and units to train more realistically and safely.