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U.S. Army engineers extend artillery's range and power using electrically responsive methods - News

November 23, 2015
PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J. By using an electrically responsive methodology to control energetics materials, Picatinny Arsenal engineers are extending the range and power of artillery. A team at the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center, or ARDEC, at Picatinny Arsenal – part of the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland – strive to provide the warfighter with more control over the rocket propellant, which could ultimately increase the range, burn rate, power, and speed.

Non-tactical vehicle-to-grid tech can help reduce energy costs for USAF, Army - News

October 27, 2015
WASHINGTON. At the Los Angeles Air Force Base, the Defense Department’s all-electric, non-tactical vehicle completed testing for the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) certification. The U.S. Air Force, Army, industry, and academia formed a partnership to develop V2G bi-directional flow of power technology to use in plug-in electrical vehicles (PEV).

U.S. Army's information management contract will support installations throughout the nation - News

August 28, 2015
STAFFORD, Va. The U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command selected Smartronix and fellow prime contractors for the Information Management Communications Services III (IMCSIII) contract to provide Network Enterprise Center classified and unclassified information technology (IT) support including Administrative Telephone Services (ATS), IT Services (ITS), and Land Mobile Radio (LMR) at installations throughout the nation.

Cyber Battleground Range helps keep up with training demands for the U.S. Army - News

June 29, 2015
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS, Md. To help validate soldier’s cyber security skills, the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) is setting up Cyber Battleground Range. The training ground is expected to open up to all units in late summer of 2015 and will provide soldiers with a realistic environment that applies the skills learned in a classroom training curriculum.

U.S. Army selects Boecore for space and missile defense contract - News

June 17, 2015
The U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command (USASMDC)/ Army Forces Strategic Command (ARSTRAT) selects Boecore Inc. and four other contractors for the Space and Missile Defense Advisory and Assistance Services (SMDA2S) contract.

RDECOM investigates carbon nanotubes for rotor blade improvement - News

June 13, 2013
ADELPHI, MD. The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) research laboratory is conducting a study on the insertion of carbon nanotubes into helicopter rotor blades. Researchers are hopeful that the nanotubes will provide improved performance for design and fabrication of next-generation rotor blades and fixed wings.

Army helicopter upgrades delayed, virtual training trending - News

February 22, 2013
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL. Army Deputy Chief of Staff G-8 Lt. Gen. James Barclay III, , told audiences at the Association of the U.S. Army's (AUSA) Winter Symposium today that fielding of all combat lift and attack helicopters will be delayed due to the completion of a new modernization strategy based sequestration. The Army’s AH-64 Apache, UH-60 Black Hawk and CH-47 helicopter upgrade programs will be extended by as much as five years, as the Army prepares for a possible loss of $18 billion in maintenance and operations funding if the March 1 sequester takes effect.