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Highlights
Golf course caretakers overcome weather woes
Hurricanes and snowstorms are just a part of the ongoing challenges to keeping the golf course in good shape.
New deployable kennels for military dogs mitigate temperature extremes
To keep the working dogs healthier and more comfortable during deployments, Picatinny engineers are developing kennels for environments with temperature extremes.
Picatinny completes Excalibur 1a-2 production, transitions to 1b
On April 3, the Excalibur Program completed assembly of the last Increment Ia-2 projectile and transitioned to Increment Ib production.
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 New Picatinny chaplain adjusts to new assignment
Arriving from Germany, Picatinny's new chaplain, Lt. Col. David Jacob, discusses how he's adjusting to the arsenal and its primarily civilian community as well as some challenges he expects during his new assignment.
'Picatinny Voice' once again judged best in class
For the third year in a row, "The Picatinny Voice" has been selected as the best newspaper in its category by the Army Materiel Command.
7th Annual Science and Technology (S&T) Networking Day
Brig. Gen. William E. Cole, Deputy Command General, U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command and Senior Commander, Natick Soldier Systems Command and Dr. Gerardo Melendez, Director, U.S. Army Armament Research Development and Engineering Center view one of approximately 80 exhibits and displays at the 7th Annual Science and Technology (S&T) Networking Day held today at Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey. S&T Networking day affords an exchange of technology information within the Army R&D family and invited outside stakeholders.
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Picatinny completes Excalibur 1a-2 production, transitions to 1b

Picatinny chemist wins Young Scientist Award for work on smoke grenades

Soldiers help Picatinny engineers test new lightweight mortar system

Two ARDEC executives earn Lean Six Sigma "Black Belts"

A PEO Soldier top Soldier shares combat perspectives with Picatinny personnel

Picatinny aims for green with new type of primary explosive

My Experience Using Picatinny Arsenal's Products in Combat

Picatinny's annual Chili Cook-Off raises more than $2800 for Soldiers
Contract agency helps veterans prepare for job market
Col. Jon Rickey shakes hands with a Rutgers student during the Sixth Annual Veterans Job Fair in Newark, N.J., on Mar 21. During the event, Rickey and his "Springfield" team from the Defense Contract Management Agency at Picatinny Arsenal spoke with several veterans in school about job opportunities, the job market, and how to prepare themselves and their resumes for potential employers. Other events that Rickey and his team attended were the Veteran Career Fair at Rider University and a Military Expo on March 20 at Rider's Lawrenceville campus.
Picatinny stocks up for trout season
The Picatinny Rod and Gun Association (PR&GA) stocked more than 400 trout into Picatinny waters on April 3 despite initial concerns that the ice might not melt in time.
Alcohol Awareness Month
The national "Save A Life Tour" came to Picatinny Arsenal to highlight the dangers of alcohol abuse with state-of-the-art driving simulations. Behind the wheel is employee Jennifer DuBois, who observes how alcohol can affect a person's driving abilities.
Suicide Prevention Month
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