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Picatinny co-sponsors symposium at Rutgers on science,humanities
Approximately 300 Northern New Jersey high school students attended the 23rd Northern New Jersey Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) March 30-31.
Safety Stand Down at Picatinny emphasizes safety, need for constant caution
A Safety Stand Down day was held April 20 at the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC), serving as an annual refresher to keep safety in the forefront both on and off duty.
Ice rescue training held at Picatinny
The Picatinny Arsenal Fire and Emergency Services Directorate held a surface ice rescue drill March 8 on Lake Picatinny with departments from local municipalities.
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 Revolutionary mortar system to boost speed, accuracy, enhance Soldier safety
In certain battlefield conditions, such as the mountainous terrain and unimproved roads of Afghanistan, large-caliber indirect-fire weapon systems lack the mobility and maneuverability required to successfully execute an assault.
ARDEC employees cited for cleaner weapon lubricant
Three Picatinny Arsenal employees received awards March 31 for their outstanding achievements in 2014 from the Defense Standardization Program Office at the Pentagon.
Picatinny employee exceeds acquisition objectives
Peter DeMasi, deputy project manager for the Excalibur program, has been pretty busy recently. Under his leadership, the program executed 36 contract actions valued at $66 million, delivered more than 2,600 Excalibur projectiles to inventory valued at $250 million and increased the Excalibur increment IB projectile reliability by six percent.
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Picatinny engineers attend 53rd Monmouth Junior Science Symposium
Picatinny engineers attended the 53rd Annual Monmouth Junior Science Symposium poster session and banquet at the Eatontown Sheraton, March 19 to judge presentations and to present awards to high school students for their scientific papers about nanotechnology, material science and robotics.
ArmyFit website offers information on how to achieve, sustain lasting fitness
For little more than a year, the U.S. Army has been promoting a website called ArmyFit, a resource site that provides Soldiers, family members and U.S. Army civilians with information regarding their physical, spiritual, emotional, family and social status.

New military working dog equipment sets give service handlers a 'paw up'
Military working dogs provide valuable assistance to Soldiers as they perform a variety of duties. Personnel at Picatinny Arsenal have been part of an effort to give Army handlers equipment sets that help them keep the dogs healthier, safer and better able to accomplish their mission.

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