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  • Army takes next step to merge C2, intelligence traffic onto WIN-T

    Jan 20, 2015

    The Army has taken the next step in merging operational and intelligence traffic onto the WIN-T transport. The Army can realize significant cost savings in money, resources and satellite bandwidth by converging intelligence and C2 onto a common platform, an expert said.

  • RDECOM chief of staff retires after 30 years of service

    Jan 20, 2015

    U.S. Army RDECOM reflected on the 30-year career of Col. Kenneth R. Tarcza during his retirement ceremony Jan. 20.

  • Own the Weather: Flying in Degraded Visual Environments

    Jan 19, 2015

    Army researchers are going after solutions to help aircraft crews navigate in degraded visual environments, where weather, obscurants or obstacles may prove hazardous and even lethal.

  • Biosensors: Lab seeks to replace antibodies

    Jan 15, 2015

    Just as the human immune system deploys antibodies to destroy bacteria that have infiltrated the body to cause harm, Army scientists may deploy biosensors to detect harmful microorganisms.

  • Digital sensors improve capabilities for night-vision devices

    Jan 15, 2015

    FORT BELVOIR, Va. (Jan. 15, 2015) -- Night-vision devices are critical for ensuring Soldiers' tactical advantage through increased survivability, maneuverability and lethality. In a search for improvements, U.S. Army scientists and engineers have developed technologies that will significantly change how Soldiers use the devices, officials said. Advancements now allow the digital sensor to be placed away from a Soldier's eye, and users can now view video images on a decoupled display.

  • Sensors keep the enemy in sight

    Jan 14, 2015

    New technology is spawning better sensors and helping the Army of today to dominate the battlefield of tomorrow.

  • Army researchers gather to discuss aviation initiatives

    Jan 14, 2015

    Army researchers and engineers are gathering at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, Jan. 14-16, to discuss research initiatives and focus on closing technology gaps on futuristic aviation-sustainment concepts that could forever change Army aviation -- from air-vehicle design to usage and maintenance and real-time mission planning.

  • Sensor Technology: Engineers find keys to autonomous future

    Jan 13, 2015

    Sensors are making the Army's ground vehicle fleet more intelligent by providing a safer, more agile operating environment for American Soldiers.

  • Army researchers develop batteries that don't corrode

    Jan 13, 2015

    New, lighter batteries are under development for Soldiers now, in-house, at the Army Research Laboratory here.

  • Army scientists improve early bio-threat detection

    Jan 12, 2015

    Army researchers are looking at novel ways to test the latest technologies, including a systems-approach to sensor installation and compatibility.

  • White House video highlights Army's 3-D scanning capabilities

    Jan 12, 2015

    The White House released a video documenting how a Smithsonian-led team created the first 3-D models of a president. The video highlights the use of an Army-funded Light Stage scanning system, which was key to creating the highest resolution digital model that has ever been made of a head of state.

  • Aerospace engineer selected for prestigious award

    Jan 9, 2015

    An Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center employee has been selected as the 2014 Joint Capability Technology Demonstrator Award Engineer of the Year by the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

  • Electronics engineer selected to receive prestigious 2015 black engineer award

    Jan 9, 2015

    An employee of the U.S. Army's Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center, will be recognized for her commitment to enhancing opportunities for minorities in technology careers.

  • Army Game Studio creates virtual training environments for Soldiers

    Jan 9, 2015

    Becoming a software developer for the "America's Army" video game at the U.S. Army Game Studio was an unlikely career choice for Matt Roberts, who was not a "big gamer" growing up. But after serving as a Soldier in the Army, Roberts was drawn to this career as a way to empower others.

  • Lightweight antenna increases Army agility

    Jan 8, 2015

    Inflatable ground satellite antennas are aiding in the expeditionary nature of U.S. and coalition forces, enabling them to achieve high-bandwidth network connectivity anywhere in the world from small deployable packages.

  • Army scientist, STEM educator to receive national award

    Jan 8, 2015

    For almost three decades, U.S. Army Research Laboratory computer scientist Dr. Reginald Hobbs has made a tremendous impact in the field of information science as well as with his career as a science, technology, engineering and mathematics educator, and will be recognized with the Special Recognition award for his accomplishments at the 29th Black Engineer of the Year STEM Awards Conference.

  • Sensors move Army closer to common environment

    Jan 7, 2015

    The Army envisions a future where sensors dynamically interact with each other while sharing information with Soldiers. Its researchers are one step closer to enabling this common operating environment through the development of a foundational software architecture.

  • Natick researchers integrate Soldier sensors

    Jan 6, 2015

    To the modern dismounted warfighter, the saying "knowledge is power" is true, especially when making quick decisions based on limited information.

  • Army releases RFP for competitive radio marketplace

    Jan 6, 2015

    The U.S. Army has released request for proposals, or RFPs, to procure additional rifleman radios using full and open competition.

  • German researcher engages U.S. Army peers in exchange program

    Jan 6, 2015

    A German engineer specializing in communications systems is helping to strengthen a 51-year exchange program between American and German defense communities.

  • Army salutes STEM hero

    Jan 5, 2015

    The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command recognizes employees who go above and beyond in support of science, technology, engineering and mathematics educational outreach.

  • Sensors provide broad application across Army

    Jan 5, 2015

    Sensors are everywhere in today's technology-driven world. There are sensors in traffic lights, vehicles and smartphones.

  • Army sensors research enables future capabilities

    Jan 1, 2015

    Army scientists and engineers are advancing sensors research in hopes of giving future Soldiers enhanced situational awareness.

  • Natick pitches innovation in forum for ideas

    Dec 31, 2014

    The U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research Development and Engineering Center, or NSRDEC, has come up with a new way to spark out-of-the-box thinking, risk-taking, and employee participation. The center implemented the "Bootstrap Initiative and Pitch Day."

  • DOD names Army civilian 'Laboratory Scientist of the Quarter'

    Dec 30, 2014

    Dr. Olukayode Okusaga, an electronics engineer and subject matter expert in the field of radio frequency-photonics at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, was recently recognized with the Department of Defense's Laboratory Scientist of the Quarter Award.

  • Army honors scientists with R&A award

    Dec 29, 2014

    Seven scientists and engineers from The U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center received the 2013 Research and Development Achievement award.

  • Aviation Engineering Director provides positive impact for warfighters

    Dec 23, 2014

    More than 350 people attended an Aviation Engineering Directorate All Hands Meeting Dec. 15.

  • Mobile app to diagnose head injuries scores FDA clearance

    Dec 22, 2014

    The new Defense Automated Neurobehavioral Assessment is a mobile phone-based application designed to help medical providers identify cases of traumatic brain injury in almost any setting, which may help clinicians diagnose a patient in as little as five minutes.

  • Army conducts base camp technology demonstrations

    Dec 19, 2014

    The Army took another step toward increasing self-sustainment while saving energy at its contingency bases overseas.

  • New mortar manufacturing process aims to save money, improve precision

    Dec 19, 2014

    The U.S. Army is seeking to implement a new mortar manufacturing process to provide improved weapons at a lower cost, officials said.

  • Aviation, missile researchers complete year filled with history, innovation

    Dec 18, 2014

    The Francis J. McMorrow Laboratories, now known as the Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center, celebrated its 50th year in 2014. AMRDEC moved toward new and innovative methods to support the Warfighter throughout 2014, in addition to celebrating five decades of historical contributions to science and technology.

  • Leading Army researcher: Future of autonomous vehicles

    Dec 16, 2014

    Army Technology Magazine interviewed Paul D. Rogers, director of the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research Development and Engineering Center at the Detroit Arsenal in Warren, Michigan. Rogers provides executive management to deliver advanced technology solutions for all Department of Defense ground systems and combat support equipment.

  • Army developing robotic insects?

    Dec 16, 2014

    A mechanical fly buzzing into an enemy operations center for surveillance may still be the stuff of science fiction, but perhaps not for long.

  • Natick's on board with fresh produce

    Dec 16, 2014

    Researchers at the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, or NSRDEC, are working to make sure fresh produce isn't lost at sea.

  • 450 scientists visit Army Research Lab 'Open Campus'

    Dec 15, 2014

    In an effort to boost collaboration with academia and industry, the Army Research Laboratory hosted about 450 scientists from universities and private companies at its open house, Dec. 9-10, 2014.

  • Soldier uniforms may one day detect, neutralize biological threats

    Dec 15, 2014

    Scientists at the Army Research Laboratory have developed and are producing in small batches synthetic peptides they believe will serve as great replacements for animal-grown antibodies currently used to detect biological hazards.

  • Australian Army visits CERDEC in preparation for NIE 17.1

    Dec 15, 2014

    The Australian Army G6 visited the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center, Dec. 9, as part of initial coordination efforts leading up to his military's participation in the Network Integration Evaluation. The visit is a continuation of a broader collaboration between the Australian Defense forces and the U.S. Army to improve interoperability during multi-national coalition operations.

  • Army opens its doors to research collaboration

    Dec 15, 2014

    ADELPHI, Md. (Dec. 15, 2014) -- The Army opened its doors to a new era of collaboration between its scientists and their peers in industry, academia and other government agencies, which officials said will keep the nation's joint warfighting team on the cutting edge of technology.

  • Aerospace engineer selected for aviation honor

    Dec 15, 2014

    An Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center employee has been selected as the 2014 John White Engineer of the Year by the Hampton Roads, Va. Chapter of the American Helicopter Society.

  • Mentoring program prepares future leaders

    Dec 12, 2014

    A mentoring program to enhance both personal and professional growth has been established at the Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center.

  • USAMMA Works with Software Company to Develop Concussion-Detecting App

    Dec 11, 2014

    The U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency, an element of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, has begun a collaborative research agreement with Contect, Inc., a software company working to develop a self-named mobile app that will provide a quick and simple way to detect concussions.

  • Army engineer receives research scholars award

    Dec 10, 2014

    Army scientists and engineers provide significant support to programs that focus on the future of science, technology, engineering and mathematics research careers and the students who hope to one day fill those positions.

  • Picatinny lightens Soldiers' load, shaves 12 pounds off mortar system

    Dec 10, 2014

    Following the successful fielding of the lightweight 60mm mortar system, Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey, has begun delivering the new lightweight 81mm system to troops. The new M252A1 81mm system is 12 pounds, or 14 percent, lighter than its predecessor, the legacy M252 mortar system.

  • ARDEC's airburst round to begin evaluation this summer

    Dec 8, 2014

    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.

  • AMC commander: Army's technology needs offer rewarding career opportunities

    Dec 8, 2014

    Gen. Dennis L. Via, Commander of the U.S. Army Materiel Command or AMC, made his remarks Dec. 1 during a visit that included the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center. AMC is the Army's premier provider of materiel readiness to ensure dominant land force capability for the U.S. warfighter and our allies.

  • Picatinny engineers win Army's top research award

    Dec 4, 2014

    Picatinny scientists and engineers have won the Army's top award for science and technology.

  • RDECOM chaplain comes to assess Picatinny

    Dec 3, 2014

    Lt. Col. Juan Crockett, Command Chaplain for the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command, assessed the spiritual welfare of the workforce, the availability of counseling venues and the primary concerns of the leadership.

  • Aviation, missile researchers host industry day event

    Dec 3, 2014

    More than 250 members of industry, academia and other government agencies attended a Futures Brief to Industry forum Dec. 2. hosted by the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center.

  • Army Research Laboratory to welcome visitors to Open Campus Open House

    Dec 2, 2014

    The U.S. Army Research Laboratory will host an open house at the Kirkland Conference Center in Silver Spring, Maryland, Dec. 9-10, 2014, for those interested in learning about the lab's Open Campus collaboration opportunities.

  • U.S. Army Research Laboratory establishes Postdoctoral Association

    Dec 2, 2014

    The U.S. Army Research Laboratory Postdoctoral Association was recently established, marking a major step forward for postdoctoral training at ARL. The association is designed to enhance the postdoctoral experience at ARL by creating an inclusive environment where postdoctoral fellows can interact, build professional connections and develop career objectives.

  • 'Greening Course' teaches civilian employees about Army, Soldiers' duties

    Dec 1, 2014

    Thirty-one civilian employees experienced the "opportunity of a lifetime" when they attended the U.S. Army Research Laboratory's Greening Course that was held in late October at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, and the surrounding area. The semiannual course is designed to give civilian employees the opportunity to gain insight and to experience various activities, duties and responsibilities of the U.S. Soldier.

  • Team effort drives advanced rotorcraft

    Nov 26, 2014

    Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center has partnered with both Bell Helicopter and Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation in cooperative Technology Investment Agreement with the Future Advanced Rotorcraft Drive System Programs. These programs focus on the critical performance and affordability enhancing drive system technologies for the Army's current and future force fleet of rotorcraft, as well as commercial rotorcraft.

  • Natick helps develop containment system used against Ebola

    Nov 26, 2014

    A containment system used to quarantine Ebola virus patients being transported out of West Africa was developed with help from the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, in Massachusetts.

  • Looking before they LEAP

    Nov 25, 2014

    Natick researchers investigate tool to measure effect of equipment on Soldier performance Researchers from the Biomechanics, Human Factors and Anthropometry Teams at the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, or NSRDEC, are conducting a reliability assessment of the Load Effects Assessment Program, or LEAP.

  • Researchers seek to enable autonomy

    Nov 21, 2014

    The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command is synergizing research centers and labs to create a robotics community that will enhance the Army's ability to employ autonomy-enabled vehicle technologies to support the Soldier in every aspect of their operational life.

  • Researchers test insect-inspired robots

    Nov 20, 2014

    Army researchers are finding they have much to learn from bees hovering near a picnic spread at a park.

  • RDECOM shares contracting priorities with industry at 2014 APBI

    Nov 20, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. (Nov. 20, 2014) -- The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command discussed its projected contracts and business opportunities Nov. 20 during APG's third annual Advanced Planning Briefing for Industry conference.

  • Students gain insight into Army engineering at STEM Expo

    Nov 20, 2014

    The Research, Development and Engineering Command's communications-electronics center, CERDEC, supported Team APG in hosting more than 400 area high school students for the installation's second Science Technology Engineer and Mathematics, STEM, Expo Nov. 18.

  • Army researchers develop pocket-sized aerial surveillance device

    Nov 19, 2014

    Researchers at the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center are developing technologies for a pocket-sized aerial surveillance device for Soldiers and small units operating in challenging ground environments.

  • APG STEM Expo provides local students hands-on opportunities with advanced Army technologies

    Nov 19, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. -- More than 400 local students, teachers and school administrators converged here Nov. 18 for APG's bi-annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Expo.

  • Army research team earns $500,000 research grant in Head Health Challenge II

    Nov 18, 2014

    Army Soldier-protection experts at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory have received a $500,000 grant from the NFL, Under Armour and GE's Head Health Challenge II initiative that will assist its research to protect against brain injury.

  • Soldiers of the future will generate their own power

    Nov 17, 2014

    Wearable technologies may provide U.S. Soldiers with on-the-move, portable energy and reduce the weight of gear they carry into combat.

  • Army discusses small-business vision at SMART PROC 2014

    Nov 17, 2014

    FREDERICK, Md. (Nov. 17, 2014) -- U.S. Army leaders shared their vision for how small businesses can work with the service during the SMART PROC 2014 Conference Nov. 14.

  • Army robotics researchers look far into the future

    Nov 14, 2014

    The U.S. Army envisions a future where robots are integral members of the team performing autonomous actions and maintaining current capabilities.

  • SECDEF praises Army team for eliminating Syrian chemical stockpile

    Nov 14, 2014

    Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel presented members of the U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center the Office of the Secretary of Defense Group Achievement Award Nov. 12, for their service during the international effort to safely eliminate Syria's chemical weapons stockpile.

  • Seeking the ethical robot

    Nov 13, 2014

    Scientists and engineers from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory gathered Sept. 10, 2014 to discuss ethical robots.

  • Norwegian defense personnel visit Picatinny

    Nov 13, 2014

    Members from the Norweigan Defense Research Establishment visited Picatinny Arsenal Nov. 4 to tour ARDEC facilities and receive briefings on ARDEC, its mission, and the Program Executive Office for Ammunition.

  • Army recognizes scientists, engineers for innovation

    Nov 13, 2014

    The Army recognized engineers and scientists from the Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center recently for obtaining patents on new defense-related inventions.

  • Natick designs custom-fitted flag for 'dignified transfers'

    Nov 10, 2014

    A combined team at Natick Soldier Systems Center, Massachusetts, has designed a custom-fitted flag for transfer cases that hold the remains of fallen Service members, that is now undergoing 90 days of testing, in five locations.

  • Remote lethality: Army researchers address a host of challenges

    Nov 10, 2014

    In popular culture, the idea of robots that perform human-like functions has a special hold on the imagination, based on real-life examples like space exploration, unmanned aerial drones and stoked by futuristic scenarios in movies like the "Terminator" series.

  • Army focuses on autonomous system development

    Nov 10, 2014

    The U.S. Army has invested in robotics technology for many years, and the focus is ever increasing toward autonomous system development.

  • Army researchers take on the tough task of explaining 'conception' - of a good idea - to HS students

    Nov 10, 2014

    WATERVLIET ARSENAL -- About 25 students from Cambridge High School spent four hours Friday weaving their way through such scientific areas as metallurgy, lasers, nanotechnology, and stereolithography at the Army's Benét Labs. What better place to learn about taking an idea through conception to building a prototype to the final production of a product.

  • Autonomy-enabled technology provides pathway to future

    Nov 6, 2014

    Army engineers from the Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center, in Warren, Michigan, are developing technology solutions for autonomy-enabled systems.

  • Picatinny engineer recognized for developing venerable 'Picatinny Rail'

    Nov 6, 2014

    Gary Houtsma, a Picatinny engineer, receives the Order of St. Maurice Award Oct. 27 for developing and creating the MIL-STD-1913, which Soldiers refer to as the "Picatinny Rail," that provides a standard interface for the attachment of weapon accessories and can be found on almost every infantry weapon used by U.S. forces today.

  • Picatinny celebrates Machak's career at retirement ceremony

    Nov 6, 2014

    Barbara Machak, the former acting director of the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC) retired Nov. 1 after 33 years at Picatinny.

  • Natick hosts Food Science and Industry Day

    Nov 6, 2014

    Science and the spirit of collaboration ruled the day on Oct. 30 at the first Food Science and Industry Day held by the Combat Feeding Directorate, Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center.

  • ARDEC town hall spotlights warfighter support

    Nov 5, 2014

    "What is ARDEC's mission to you?" was the question that John Hedderich proposed Oct. 20 during his first town hall as the acting director of the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center in the Lindner Conference Center.

  • Futures Brief to Industry - a collaboration of government, academia and industry, to be held Dec. 2

    Nov 5, 2014

    The U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center will host a Futures Brief to Industry - a collaboration of government, academia and industry, Dec. 2, 2014 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Redstone Arsenal, Ala.

  • Multi-Mission Launcher Completes Successful Test Firing

    Nov 5, 2014

    The Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center successfully fired three missile interceptors from the Indirect Fire Protection Capability Increment 2 Block 1 Multi-Mission Launcher launch tube at the Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division, China Lake, Calif. the week of Oct. 27.

  • Second Gray Eagle increases Lab capabilities

    Nov 5, 2014

    The Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center has acquired a second MQ-1C Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft system for conducting research and development, hardware-in-the-loop tests, and interoperability verification among the family of systems for unmanned systems.

  • Army's corporate research laboratory guides technology with sharper focus

    Nov 4, 2014

    The U.S. Army Research Laboratory released its Science and Technology Campaign Plans for 2015 - 2035, Nov. 4, 2014, to support strategic land power dominance for the Army of 2030 and beyond.

  • Army researchers envision future robots

    Nov 3, 2014

    The U.S. Army is investing in robotics research and development with a vision of increasing autonomy.

  • Picatinny operations officer stands ready to tackle foreign assignment

    Oct 31, 2014

    Terry McGahan acts as the first point of contact for participants in the Engineer and Scientist Exchange Program (ESEP) once they are overseas. The program operates throughout the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM), which is the parent command of the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center at Picatinny.

  • Picatinny engineer's expertise earns him 'fire-starter' nickname

    Oct 30, 2014

    To the casual observer, the field of pyrotechnics may appear rather mechanical and routine. But for Christopher Csernica, pyrotechnics it is an art form. Christopher Csernica, a component specialist, works at Picatinny Arsenal in its Pyrotechnics Division, which is part of the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC).

  • Army exhibits advanced materials at expo

    Oct 29, 2014

    The Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center teamed with the Army Research Laboratory to host an exhibit at the 2014 Composites and Advanced Materials Expo in October. More than 7,000 representatives from industry, academia, and government organizations attended the event, which featured 560 exhibits and 300 technical sessions.

  • Army Lab, Girls Inc. host STEM fall camp

    Oct 29, 2014

    Excitement rang throughout the halls of McMorrow Laboratories in early October as 15 girls, from sixth- through eighth-grades, participated in a variety of hands-on experiments designed to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, education.

  • Army evaluates DARPA's futuristic soft exosuit

    Oct 28, 2014

    Army researchers are evaluating prototype devices developed for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Warrior Web Program.

  • Army honors ARL team for role in Squad Overmatch Study

    Oct 28, 2014

    Researchers from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory in Orlando, Florida were recently recognized as members of the Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation Team of the Quarter for The PM TRADE Squad Overmatch Study Team for distinguishing themselves for 'exceptionally outstanding achievements.'

  • West Point chemistry students see practical combat applications at Picatinny

    Oct 28, 2014

    Approximately 95 first-year cadets visited Picatinny Arsenal Oct. 15-16 to better understand the practical applications of their curriculum on the battlefield. The cadets are enrolled in an advanced general chemistry course at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

  • NCOs keep RDECOM focused

    Oct 24, 2014

    Communicating the Research, Development and Engineering Command's internal and external research and development capabilities continues to be of vital importance as the command and its six research, development and engineering centers and the U.S. Army Research Laboratory seek to empower, unburden and protect our Soldiers.

  • Army advances technology at Base Camp Integration Laboratory

    Oct 23, 2014

    As the Army rightsizes and transitions to a more expeditionary force, how efficiently its Soldiers can live during deployments becomes increasingly important. Current and future technologies that will help realize that goal by saving fuel, water and money were on display Oct. 22, 2014, during the annual stakeholders meeting at the Base Camp Integration Laboratory at Fort Devens, Mass.

  • Brainstorming innovative ideas under a time limit

    Oct 22, 2014

    A group of innovators at Picatinny Arsenal were presented a snap challenge from a visiting Pentagon official, Benjamin Riley, Principal Deputy, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Emerging Capabilities and Prototyping, who visited Picatinny for two days beginning Sept. 27.

  • Adaptive zoom riflescope prototype has push-button magnification

    Oct 22, 2014

    When an Army Special Forces officer-turned engineer puts his mind to designing a military riflescope, he doesn't forget the importance of creating something for the Soldiers who will carry it that is easy to use, extremely accurate, light-weight and has long-lasting battery power.

  • Nulk named 2014 First Region AUSA DA Civilian of the Year

    Oct 21, 2014

    Margaret "Missy" Nulk, a logistics manager with the U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center at Picatinny Arsenal, has been named the 2014 Association of the U.S. Army, First Region, Department of the Army Civilian of the Year.

  • Natick nominee wins STEM teacher of the year

    Oct 21, 2014

    Researchers at the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, or NSRDEC, will be among those cheering the loudest when Natick High School's Doug Scott is recognized as the 2014 Massachusetts STEM Teacher of the Year on Oct. 22 during the Massachusetts STEM Summit at the DCU Center in Worcester.

  • Natick plays key role in helping to fight spread of Ebola

    Oct 21, 2014

    Researchers at the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center invented a next-generation disinfectant system that kills the Ebola virus on surfaces.

  • Army, DOE studies may lead to unique armor technology

    Oct 20, 2014

    Army Research Laboratory scientists say they may be better able to develop novel armor technologies to improve protection levels for U.S. warfighters based on information from a recent Department of Energy study.

  • AMRDEC program saves time and money at depot

    Oct 17, 2014

    When the AMRDEC Maintenance Engineering Division learned that the Corpus Christi Army Depot was experiencing critical parts shortages with the Turbine Disk Assembly and Turbine Shaft Assembly used on the UH-60 T700 Engine Programs, they knew who to call.

  • Army researchers win first place in international software design contest

    Oct 16, 2014

    Two researchers from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory's Computational and Information Sciences Directorate won first place in an international software design contest. The two will be recognized at the 12th ACM-IEEE International Conference on Formal Methods and Models for System Design, or MEMOCODE, in Switzerland Oct. 19-21, 2014

  • Engineers test bio-fuel in helicopters

    Oct 16, 2014

    The Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center, in conjunction with the Redstone Test Center, has completed a historic test program demonstrating the effectiveness of a bio-fuel commonly referred to as Alcohol to Jet in two Army aircraft -- a UH 60A Black Hawk and a CH 47D Chinook.

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