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.
PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J. - A 21-gun salute with three howitzers was part of a wreath ceremony here on Sept. 11 in remembrance of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks on the United States.
The U.S. Army awarded contracts valued at up to $500 million to four companies that will provide non-standard ammunition and mortar systems in support of U.S. military and allied collation partners.
Col. Hector Gonzalez assumed responsibility for Project Manager Maneuver Ammunition Systems from Col. Moises Gutierrez during a ceremony on July 26. Jim Shields, Program Executive Officer Ammunition, officiated the ceremony.
Leaders at Picatinny Arsenal formally unveiled on Aug. 9 a new, hand-crafted carving of an eagle at the installation’s visitor control center. (Photo by Tim Rider)
Col. Willie Coleman relinquished responsibility of the Project Manager Combat Ammunition Systems organization to Col. Will McDonough during a change of management ceremony at Picatinny Arsenal July 20.
Engineers at Picatinny are developing 3-D expeditionary kits that would be used when needed to make specialty tools, spare parts, and other components to fill the time gaps between when parts break and when the replacement arrives from the original e...
Two employees from the U.S. Army Armament Research, Development, and Engineering Center (ARDEC) recently participated in a “greening” excursion in which they interacted in situation training exercises with Soldiers from the New York Army National Gua...
Lt. Col. John Masternak relinquished management to Lt. Col. Andrew S. Lunoff June 29 during a change of management ceremony for the Product Manager, Small Caliber Ammunition.
PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J. - Col. Jonathan Slater, Project Manager Close Combat Systems, discusses non-lethal capabilities with Brazilian Army Science and Technology Director, Gen. Juarez Cunha (left), while holding an XM-104 non-lethal hand grenade at ...