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PICATINNY ARSENAL A Mark 38 Mod 2 machine gun system is tested at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division,


One of Picatinny Arsenal’s old buildings, which sits beside tracks built before World War I that once carried many ammunition trains. (Photo by David Vergun,


CHECKING IN Bob Testa, lead engineer for the Remote Weapons Branch of the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center, poses beside the Ripsaw Unmanned Ground

Life on the Arsenal

HOUSING When engineers here looked at the heavy M249 carried by soldiers, they decided to put it on a diet and rearrange some of the

Exploring the Local Area

MORRIS COUNTY, NEW JERSEY U.S. Soldiers with the Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 99th Regional Support Command, pose for a photo with volunteers of the Morristow


Army plans for future fights in dense urban settings

Story by Audra Calloway on 01/15/2019 Civil unrest. Loss of communications. Narrow, congested roadways. No line of sight on the enemy. These are some of

R-FAB 3-D printing enhances Soldier readiness one layer at a time

Story by SSG Armando Limon on 01/13/2019 U.S. ARMY GARRISON HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea The low hum of several printers fill the room, except these

An open forum among government and industry competitors yielded new insights into developing new land mines

An unusually frank and open forum among government and industry competitors yielded new insights into developing a Gator Landmine Replacement command-and-control system. by Waliul Miza

Equipping the modern Army: Getting to We' in Long Range Precision Fires

Story by Edward Lopez on 12/17/2018 By this time, Col. Will McDonough is well familiar with the airport in Oklahoma City, having journeyed there 11

SECARMY: Establish foundation for future when funding is good

Story by Edward Lopez on 12/14/2018 Although recent funding for the Department of the Army has been good, future funding levels are uncertain, which mea

Meet the Author: Dr. Elizabeth Mezzacappa

y Mr. Steve Stark Dr. Elizabeth Mezzacappa could seriously hurt you. But if she did hurt you, it would be nonlethal and totally ethical (to
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