Army modernization program changes century-old processes at Army arsenal
By Mr. John B Snyder (AMC)
June 5, 2017
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Some of the processes that were taught during this apprentice class in 1919 are now just being updated. "Travelers" are hard-copy documents that track every machining operation on such items as tank, howitzer, and mortar tubes. These paper documents are now being digitized.
On 1 June 2017, the Defense Video Imagery Distribution System (DVIDS) featured an online article about the Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) Increment 2 implementation at Watervliet Arsenal (WVA). The article, titled "Army modernization program changes century-old processes at Army arsenal," discussed the automation and benefits that the Increment 2 implementation delivered to the arsenal, namely streamlining legacy processes into one logistics system and converting from paper to electronic travelers.
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