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Although there have been significant improvements to artillery systems since the Chinese first developed paper and bamboo cannons more than 1,000 years ago, it may be the little tweaks to a fielded weapon system that will change the history of warfar...
Brad Costello is good at juggling. “I usually have 10 or 15 taskers open at one time, in addition to my usual work. There’s never enough time in my day.” As operations officer for Project Manager Combat Ammunition Systems (PM CAS) in the Program Exec...
During their two-week annual training, members of the 3rd Battalion, 112th Field Artillery Regiment of the New Jersey National Guard received new digitized M119A3 and M777A2 howitzers, which allows crews to fire more precise rounds and evade return f...
More than two decades have passed since the first M119 howitzer rolled off the production line at Rock Island Arsenal - Joint Manufacturing and Technology Center, or RIA-JMTC, yet it remains one of the Army's primary direct and indirect fire supp...
A new chapter in developing and educating world-class armament engineers and scientists took place here Sept. 10th when eight students were recognized during the Armament Graduate School’s first commencement ceremony.
Lt. Col. Lawrence Dring, III, assumed command of the Non-Standard Ammunition program during an Assumption of Responsibility ceremony at the Cannon Gate Catering and Conference Center Aug. 20.
Sean Brandt, a mechanical engineer, appeared on 'Faces of the Force' Aug. 25. Brandt works at Picatinny Arsenal's Project Director Joint Products, where his teamwork, exceptional performance and dedication to mission accomplishment have c...
Returning to the Program Executive Office for Ammunition, Col. Joseph H. Chan officially became Project Director Joint Services on Aug. 27 at Picatinny Arsenal.
Picatinny employees participated in an M777A2 and M119A3 howitzer live fire event with the New Jersey National Guard at Joint Base McGuire–Dix–Lakehurst, New Jersey, Aug. 26. The NJNG's 3rd Battalion, 112 Field Artillery unit received training o...
Lt. Col. Lawrence Dring, III, assumed command of the Non-Standard Ammunition program during a ceremony at the Cannon Gate Catering and Conference Center Aug. 20.


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