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Commanders Corner: Brigadier General Patrick W. Burden
Brigadier General Patrick W. Burden
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GPS-guided artillery shoot at Grafenwohr draws international interest
American soldiers here are testing a new fuse with a guidance system that both increases accuracy and decreases the risk that errant rounds will detonate.
Innovations at golf course lead to cost and time savings
A golf course is a living, breathing creation, and extending the useful life of a course does not end when the design phase is over.
Picatinny employees support student educational outreach
When Picatinny employees Ralph Tillinghast and Anthony Ur recently presented a workshop on invention and innovation to students, the topics also included obtaining patents, marketing, and reaching out to companies that could help to advance their ideas.
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 Breaking new ground, joint service team uses 3-D printing to test equipment
In an effort to better monitor the structural health of military equipment, Picatinny Arsenal and engineers from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) Lakehurst have recently teamed up to embed 3-D printed metal parts with internal sensors.
Armament managers receive added training at Picatinny
Four U.S. Army civilian employees, representing a variety of Army commands and organizations of Career Program 33 (Ammunition Management) field, recently completed four weeks of developmental training assignment with the U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC).
Product Manager Large Caliber changes leadership
Incoming Product Manager Large Caliber Ammunition Lt. Col. Kyle McFarland accepts his organizational flag during the Large Caliber Ammunition Change of Charter ceremony June 30.
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The Picatinny Sound Off is a quarterly video that highlights information about Picatinny people, products, technology, newsworthy events and facilities.
Engineers receive award for redesign of mortar packaging
Six Picatinny Arsenal engineers recently won an award for the redesign of 60 mm smoke and illumination mortar packaging that both saves the Army money and allows Soldiers quicker access to the rounds during battles.
Picatinny dedicates new propellant facility to WWII veteran, John Amerspek
In honor of World War II veteran and former Picatinny senior manager John P. Amerspek, Picatinny Arsenal held a building dedication ceremony on June 15 for its new propellant complex.

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