In recognition of its success in insensitive munitions technology, an energetics team that included nine Picatinny Arsenal employees recently received a technical achievement award from NATO's Munitions Safety Information Analysis Center.
Picatinny develops about 90 percent of the lethality within the Army and a high percentage for the other services as well, Brig. Gen. Patrick W. Burden said. If it shoots - be it a tank, rifle, artillery or aircraft - that firepower most likely origi...
The Precision Guidance Kit (PGK), a program that turns 155 mm artillery rounds into near-precision projectiles, has reached another important milestone on its track to Full Rate Production (FRP).
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 bette...
Chris Crouch, general manager at MCAAP for Raytheon Company, talks to Brig. Gen. Patrick Burden, Deputy Program Executive Officer Ammunition, and Col. Willie Coleman (far left), Project Manager Combat Ammunition Systems, about the Excalibur precision...
To evaluate performance at extremely cold temperatures, precision-guided projectiles were tested in sub-zero temperatures last month for the Precision Guidance Kit or PGK, which greatly increases the accuracy of 155 millimeter howitzer fires.
This article appeared on NJ.Com and was written about Picatinny's annual "Introduce a Girl to Engineering" event.
The Small Arms Grenade Munition round -- a 40mm counter-defilade, air-bursting grenade designed for both the M203 and M320 launchers -- will undergo evaluation in July 2015.
Brig. Gen. Patrick Burden shares a holiday message with Picatinny workforce.
Following the successful fielding of the lightweight 60mm mortar system, Picatinny has begun delivering the new lightweight 81mm system to troops at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.