PRINCETON UNIVERSITY -- Researchers at Picatinny Arsenal and their counterparts at Princeton University entered into an agreement here June 6 to share information and collaborate to promote energy and environmental research and to get the most out of...
Picatinny Arsenal’s engineers are advancing the future of military technology with a strong footing in integrated armament systems with multi-role capabilities.
During a visit here yesterday the Acting Secretary of the United States Army told employees and leaders that he appreciated the cutting-edge work done at the Arsenal just before a new Secretary of the Army was confirmed by the U.S. Senate.
The Program Executive Office Ammunition at Picatinny Arsenal formally unveiled its newest product management office, Product Manager Gator LandMine Replacement, or PdM GLMR, during an Assumption of Command ceremony on Feb. 9
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...