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U.S. Army, Detroit Arsenal, Elevate Researcher to Senior Ranks

Story by Douglas Halleaux on 06/11/2019 DETROIT ARSENAL, MichiganIn a June 6 ceremony here, the U.S. Army appointed the Ground Vehicle Power and Mobility (GVPM) expert, Dr. Peter Schihl, to its ranks of senior research scientists. Schihl will serve as the Army's GVPM Senior Research Scientist at the U.S. Army
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Hendrix assumes RIA-JMTC command

Story by Debralee Best on 05/30/2019 ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, Ill. Col. Kenneth W. Letcher relinquished command of Rock Island Arsenal Joint Manufacturing and Technology Center (RIA-JMTC) to Col. Martin J. "Jimmy" Hendrix III in a ceremony here May 29. Hendrix assumes command as the 50th commander of RIA-JMTC. The Fayetteville,
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RIA-JMTC Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence marks initial operating capability with ribbon cutting

Story by Debralee Best on 05/15/2019 ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, Ill. A ribbon cutting ceremony for the Rock Island Arsenal Joint Manufacturing and Technology Center (RIA-JMTC), Center of Excellence for Advanced and Additive Manufacturing reaching initial operating capability was held here May 15. "The fact that the Army chose Rock Island
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Army Ground Vehicle Center's Grein Promoted to Senior Executive Service

Story by Douglas Halleaux on 03/21/2019 DETROIT ARSENAL, MICHIGANThe U.S. Army inducted its newest member of the Senior Executive Service (SES) Friday in a ceremony at its Warren installation. Mr. Alfred Grein, previously an Associate Director and Deputy Executive Director at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Ground
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Michigan National Guard Soldiers Frame the Future

Story by MAJ Douglas Halleaux on 12/13/2018 DETROIT-- Soldiers from the Michigan Army National Guard Tuesday capped off months of participation in a project to design new vehicle concepts for the U.S. Army at the College of Creative Studies (CCS) in midtown Detroit. The project, called Soldier Innovation Workshop, i
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The Future of Warfare: AUSA holds artificial intelligence and automation symposium in Detroit

Story by SPC Samantha Hall on 12/10/2018 War is changing, and Michigan is playing a role in painting a clear view of what future warfare will be like by defining the technology that will be used to win it. The first ever Army Autonomy and Artificial Intelligence Symposium and Expositio
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AMC announces its Soldier and NCO of the year

Story by Samantha Hill on 07/16/2018 REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. Army Materiel Command named its top warrior at a luncheon here Friday, after nine of the organization's finest competed in the Best Warrior Competition at Camp Atterbury, Indiana July 9-11. Spc. Jonathan Vazquez of the Surface Deployment and Distribution Command i
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Army Materiel Command reaps big benefits from value engineering program

Story by Kari Hawkins on 07/13/2018 REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. -- In the world of Army value engineering, projects have a big impact on materiel readiness. Reliability, quality, safety, cost savings, performance, lowering weight, recycling, speed of delivery all are factors considered when engineers work to redesign more value into equipment
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Bradley Driving In Stereo

Story by Douglas Halleaux on 07/02/2018 DETROIT ARSENAL, MICHIGANHelmet-mounted stereo vision sounds like a solution for fighter jets, but Department of Defense engineers and industry experts are rooting this technology on the ground. The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command's center for ground vehicle systems, TARDEC, working with Honeywell
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Nine Soldiers will compete for AMC Best Warrior

Story by Samantha Hill on 06/29/2018 REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. Nine Soldiers from across the Army Materiel Command enterprise are getting ready to compete in this year's Best Warrior Competition at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, July 9-11. Soldiers are vying for the title of the command's top Soldier and noncommissioned officer. They
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War game introduces early synthetic prototyping

GAME. MISSION SET. OVERMATCH. War game introduces early synthetic prototyping, which enables the Army to explore thousands more ideas than what is possible today before acquiring new capabilities. by Dr. Robert E. Smith and Maj. J. Peter Barnhart A group of cadets has some rare downtime, and they log into
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