We choose to go to the moon. A phrase uttered by President John F. Kennedy more than 57 years ago that still stands true today. In the effort to get Americans back on the moon, and beyond, testing is ongoing for the Orion program and the many components that will play a role in future human …
It began with a question – “Is there a smarter way to do it?” – and ended not only with cost-savings for the Army, but with one Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center engineer taking center stage for his efforts.
LINCOLN, United Kingdom – Senior representatives from 19 partner nations and four international organizations across four continents have gathered in Lincoln to collaborate on NIMBLE TITAN 20, an integrated air and missile defense campaign of experimentation.
The Army Primary Standards Laboratory, home of the most precise calibration standards in the Army, is receiving a long-awaited, multimillion dollar renovation which will lead to a better work environment, more calibration area and, most importantly, improved Army readiness.
Reflecting a commitment to a robust and competitive American labor force, the 2019 National Disability Employment Awareness Month theme is, “The Right Talent, Right Now.”
VYSKOV, Czech Republic – Two mobile training team Soldiers from Security Assistance Command’s Security Assistance Training Management Organization, out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, have traveled to the Czech Republic to teach an Army Basic Instructor Course to a core group of Czech NCOs (n…
WASHINGTON – From community leaders and industry providing essential support and services, to the Soldiers and families who deliver military strength, the commander of the Army Materiel Command said partnerships shared with American citizens are essential to the Army’s impact on the battlefield.