The Army Materiel Command maxim is, “The difference between readiness and reacting will be measured in lives lost.” The logistics of transitioning from peacetime medical care to wartime emergency response is crucial to preventing that loss of life.
Facilities Operations Specialist John Clarkson considers himself a behind-the-scenes worker at the Aviation and Missile Command’s G-4 Sparkman Management Office, but the product of his daily tasks are front-and-center throughout the facility.
The security assistance enterprise has delivered the first four refurbished Stryker M1126 Infantry Carrier Vehicles to the Royal Thai Army.
The decommissioned Patriot missile launcher on display in front of the Aviation and Missile Command’s headquarters departed Redstone Arsenal, Aug. 28, headed for a new home at the front gates of Fort Sill, Oklahoma, to represent air defense artillery units and Soldiers stationed there.
Army aviation safety and readiness were the focus of a round table discussion Aug. 27 between Redstone Arsenal aviation leaders and members of a national commission charged with reviewing the effects of 17 years of war on the military aviation fleet.
Civilian and military attorneys from across the Army Materiel Command enterprise gathered Aug. 20-22 for a program of training, education and networking.
The Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville has awarded an $11 million contract for the abatement and demolition of a visitor center entrance and a 500,000 square foot administration building on the campus of NASA’s Michaud Assembly Facility in New Orleans.
The Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center Engineering Directorate Prototype Integration Facility has announced a new division chief, Miranda Oden.
Career programs provide the formal structure necessary to oversee the individual and collective training and development needs of a diverse, global workforce of nearly 330,000 Army civilians serving in more than 540 career fields.
The top graduate in this class of field grade officers from throughout the Army hails from White House, Tennessee, about 30 minutes north of Nashville.