Two M777A2 howitzers arrived in India May 19 in preparation for live fire testing that will enable engineers to create firing tables compatible with Indian ammunition.
Picatinny Arsenal engineer Michael Wright had the idea of developing an advanced fire control system for mortars that could be easily carried by the warfighter. Through perseverance, collaboration and crucial science and technology funding, Wright...
The Department of Defense’s top civilian for materiel readiness presented a Picatinny Arsenal organization with the 2016 Secretary of Defense Performance Based Logistics (PBL) System Level Award on April 26.
A Scout gets a hands-on experience with the M119A3 Lightweight Howitzer during an opening day fishing event April 8, at Mount Hope Pond in Rockaway, New Jersey.
The Hon. Robert M. Speer, the Army’s top civilian, visited Picatinny March 27 to gain a better understanding of how the installation contributes to the strategic readiness of the Army and Joint Force.
You might be surprised to learn that last year, the U.S. Army delivered close to 70 million rounds of ammunition for the AK-47 rifle and PKM machine gun.
Picatinny Arsenal engineers have fired the newly modified M777A2 howitzer at Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona, completing the next step towards expanding the system's current firing range.
The Army has closed its initial solicitation phase for designs to create a next generation precision mortar that will allow Soldiers to put their rounds on target with extreme accuracy.
A panel of educators and community leaders led a discussion about some of the ongoing issues in education among young African American students. The panel was then followed by a performance by the Newark Boys Choir. The event was held February 28 in ...
The Department of Defense announced Nov. 17 that the Project Manager Towed Artillery Systems at Picatinny Arsenal had been awarded the 2016 Secretary of Defense Performance Based Logistics (PBL) System Level Award for their efforts creating a competi...