Frank Petrosillo, left, mechanical engineer, explains how welded steel parts create the CROWS Vehicle Integration Kit during The Canadian Royal Artillery School tour on March 3 of Picatinny Arsenal’s Machine Shop.
Picatinny Arsenal engineers have been working to create a longer, newly modified M777A2 howitzer that has the potential to double the system’s current artillery range.
The Army awarded Raytheon Company a $31.8 million contract to produce an additional 464 Excalibur Increment Ib projectiles.
A Picatinny Arsenal employee who has returned from a deployment to Afghanistan is in the process of supplying collection boxes to buildings and organizations as part of an on-going campaign called “Supplies for Soldiers.”
As Deputy Product Manager for Small and Medium Caliber Ammunition (PdM SMC) in Project Manager Maneuver Ammunition Systems, Tracy M. Houtsma is responsible for developing and delivering small caliber ammunition to the Army, other services and foreign...
Col. Joseph Chan, Project Director Joint Services, (on right) passes the acquisition flag to Carl Roller, Acting Product Director Demilitarization, during a Change of Management ceremony on Feb. 4 at Picatinny.
Matt Butler, Acting Project Manager Close Combat Systems, (on right) passes the acquisition flag to Lt. Col. O’Neal Williams, Product Manager Gator Landmine Replacement, during the Assumption of Charter for Product Manger Gator Landmine Replacement F...
Picatinny engineers are creating M777A2 howitzer maintenance training videos to enhance the ability of Soldiers and Marines to conduct maintenance tasks in all operational environments.
After awarding two development contracts in July 2015, Picatinny Arsenal’s Program Executive of Ammunition Office starts its new year by preparing to improve the Advanced Multi-Purpose (AMP) 120mm round.