PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J. - As defense budgets and military force structure are reduced, the United States must once again examine ways to maintain our defense industrial base. While budgets may not allow for the procurement of new weapons for our own ...
One day, during a tough, live-fire training, an infantryman fires his mortar and the round is on target--an event which announces itself with flame and thunder.
Brig. Gen. John J. McGuiness, PEO Ammunition and Picatinny Senior Commander, adjusts his firing position to get the proper eye relief before firing the 21 mm subcaliber trainer for the M141 Bunker Defeat Munition (BDM) during a visit to Nammo Talley....
Lt. Col. Christine Allen, Product Manager, Counter Explosive Hazard, reads to children at the Dennis B. O' Brien Elementary School in Rockaway, March 4.
Kori Phillips (left), a U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC) systems management engineer, shows Gabriel Camarillo, Principal Deputy, Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology), the Light...
The Canadian Army has enlisted the help of Picatinny engineers to evaluate the life-span of their World War II -- era C3 Howitzer.
Lt. Gen. Phillips is brief on a new mortar system.
Brian Sharkey was recently awarded a 2013 Secretary of Defense Product Support Management Award.
Col. Willie Coleman succeeded Col. Scott Turner as the Project Manager Combat Ammunition Systems during a change of management ceremony Sept. 12.
SummaryEngineers use a collection of sensors to obtain greater synergy.