Karl Schneider, performing duties of the Under Secretary of the Army, toured AMRDEC's SED

By Kathleen Edwards, AMRDEC Public AffairsMarch 13, 2017

The MML is a new short range air defense launcher designed around an open-systems architecture. MML is designed to launch multiple missile types to defeat Cruise Missiles, unmanned aerial systems, rockets, artillery, and mortar, and will increase Soldier readiness by increasing overmatch in combat. AMRDEC acts as the "prime contractor" for the development of MML, and will transition prototype production to Letterkenny Army Depot (LEAD).
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The MML is a new short range air defense launcher designed around an open-systems architecture. MML is designed to launch multiple missile types to defeat Cruise Missiles, unmanned aerial systems, rockets, artillery, and mortar, and will increase Soldier readiness by increasing overmatch in combat. AMRDEC acts as the "prime contractor" for the development of MML, and will transition prototype production to Letterkenny Army Depot (LEAD). (Photo Credit: U.S. Army) VIEW ORIGINAL
The 60-V SIL is the most recent addition to AMRDEC's Aviation SIL. Built in conjunction with AMRDEC's work on the UH-60V modernization program, the UH-60V SIL provides life-cycle support to the UH-60V from initial development, continuing through the fielding process and beyond. The UH-60V SIL increases Army #readiness by providing risk reduction, addressing obsolescence issues, and aiding in mission readiness by reducing maintenance time. The SIL allows systems developers and integrators to test and verify changes to hardware and software using real systems on actual aircraft early in the development process.
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The 60-V SIL is the most recent addition to AMRDEC's Aviation SIL. Built in conjunction with AMRDEC's work on the UH-60V modernization program, the UH-60V SIL provides life-cycle support to the UH-60V from initial development, continuing through the fielding process and beyond. The UH-60V SIL increases Army #readiness by providing risk reduction, addressing obsolescence issues, and aiding in mission readiness by reducing maintenance time. The SIL allows systems developers and integrators to test and verify changes to hardware and software using real systems on actual aircraft early in the development process. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army) VIEW ORIGINAL