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Commanders Corner: Brigadier General Patrick W. Burden
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Vietnam memories: Former medical corpsman overcame hurdles
In this 1968 photo, Pfc. Mary Krisanda had just ­finished medical training at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, and was on the way to Fort Dix, New Jersey. Courtesy photo.
Picatinny launches 2015 Army Emergency Relief campaign
Picatinny's 2015 Army Emergency Relief (AER) campaign kicked off March 2 with a cake cutting ceremony at Choices Cafeteria.
Employees learn of innovative capabilities
Capt. Thomas Murphy (far right), a Canadian Exchange Officer, demonstrates how the Lulzbot TAZ 4, a 3-D printer, functions in Picatinny's Innovation Materials Hub as part of the arsenal's "Lunch and Learn" series on Feb. 18. Murphy works in the Advanced Material Technology Branch under the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center, or ARDEC.
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Girls told at Picatinny: You can be engineers, too
On Thursday, February 26, seventy-five girls from high schools across northern New Jersey attended "Introduce a Girl to Engineering" an annual initiative organized by the Picatinny Arsenal that aims to encourage students to consider jobs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Aim high, aim higher
Dana Born, lecturer in public policy, Harvard University, speaks to employees about the importance of leadership and character development in the workplace Feb. 24 during the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center's (ARDEC) leadership speaker series. The series is a part of ARDEC's leadership development program.
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Picatinny Arsenal observes Black History Month
Brig. Gen. Jason T. Evans, deputy commanding general for support at the U.S. Army Installation Management Command, was the guest speaker during Picatinny Arsenal's Black History Month observance Feb. 23 at the arsenal's Cannon Gate Catering and Conference Center.

Event highlights entry-level, 3-D scanning
Army Researchers are taking advantage of professional development sessions to advance knowledge. These sessions, known as "Lunch and Learn" events, focus on introducing the ARDEC workforce to Picatinny's innovative facilities and capabilities as well as showcase the arsenal's 3-D printing and scanning abilities.
Garrison commander speaks to local Chamber
Picatinny Garrison Commander Lt. Col. Ingrid A. Parker served as guest speaker Feb. 5 during a luncheon with the Women in Business Committee from the Morris County Chamber of Commerce.
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