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...
Aisha Haynes, shown second from left, is a mechanical engineer at Picatinny Arsenal, A native of Brooklyn, Haynes set her sights on engineering after a summer camp program where she met chemical engineers.
Engineers at Watervliet Arsenal have designed the 105mm Low Blast Overpressure Muzzle Brake or LBOP, which is the first large caliber muzzle brake designed specifically for an existing gun system.
Engineers at Picatinny Arsenal have developed a new pyrotechnic formulation for the 40mm M992 Infrared Illuminant cartridge.This new formulation solves logistical issues with procurement and improves the overall manufacturing process.
The Department of Defense recognized the Program Executive Office (PEO) Ammunition at Picatinny Arsenal for developing an innovative strategy to meet the surging demands of supplying ammunition to our coalition partners, while ensuring competition an...
Three engineers from the U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center were granted a U.S. patent for their work on a universal “smart fuze” for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and other remote armament systems.
Under the leadership of Col. Moises Gutierrez, the Project Manager Maneuver Ammunition Systems team has won Project Management Team of the Year (O6 Level) for the 2016 Army Acquisition Executive's Excellence in Leadership Award.
To help ensure public safety, Picatinny engineers are collaborating with multiple government agencies in an attempt to use Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs), or drones, to sample open-burn emissions at military facilities.