Brig. Gen. Patrick W. Burden, Deputy Program Executive Officer Ammunition and Senior Commander, Picatinny Arsenal relinquished his Picatinny Senior Commander responsibilities to Brig. Gen. Alfred F. Abramson III during a Change of Leadership Ceremony...
Presenting nine awards to Picatinny Arsenal honorees, the Picatinny Chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association, or NDIA, held its 36th annual Firepower Awards Luncheon on Nov. 3 at the Skylands in Randolph.
The Army announced last week that Picatinny Arsenal Senior Commander Brig. Gen. Patrick W. Burden has been reassigned to Fort Belvoir, Virginia, where he will serve as the Program Executive Officer for Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS).
Nearly 300 military and industry defense partners attended the first Armaments Collaboration Industry Day hosted at Picatinny Arsenal on Oct. 25-26 by the U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center and the National Armaments Cons...
An old adage about what the command “to secure the building” means to each military service goes like this: The Navy would turn out the lights and lock the doors.
Adam Lichtenberg-Scanlan, a general engineer assigned to PEO Ammunition’s Project Manager for Combat Ammunition Systems (PM CAS), is the team leader for the Enhanced Lethality Cannon Munitions (ELCM) technology and rapid prototyping program.
Quality Assurance Specialist Bonnie Lou Carr, assigned to the Project Manager for Towed Artillery Systems (PM TAS) within PEO Ammunition, has been heading up the on-ground efforts in support of composite fielding of the M777A2 and M119A3 howitzers to...
The Army is developing a new 155 mm artillery round that will extend cannon range to more than 24 miles (40km), with the added benefits of greater safety for service members and the ability to deliver near-precision strike capability.
A delegation from Picatinny Arsenal met with Chilean Army leaders during the week of July 12-15 during which the visitors from Picatinny toured facilities and identified areas of mutual interest with their Chilean counterparts.
With three decades of service in the U.S. Air Force, Col. Barry D. Roeper retired from active duty at Picatinny Arsenal on July 29.