More than 85 field artillery Soldiers participated in the second annual Army-hosted Field Artillery Lessons Learned Working Group at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
There’s no doubt that foreign military sales are a critical component of U.S. foreign policy. From bolstering our allies’ counterterrorism capabilities and regional stability to ensuring their interoperability and competency in helping the U.S. shoulder the burden of coalition operations, FM…
As the Army’s largest civilian organization, Army Materiel Command is leading the way in implementing initiatives to address the findings of the most recent Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.
An Aviation and Missile Command logistics management specialist working on a Program Executive Office for Aviation project team to modernize the UH-60L Black Hawk is among Army Materiel Command’s top third-quarter employees for fiscal 2019.
The Army has selected a single viewer for more than 7,400 electronic technical manuals, choosing a solution developed by a team from the Aviation and Missile Command.
BRISBANE, Australia – Seventy-four participants from nine partner nations and three international organizations have gathered in Brisbane, Australia, to collaborate on Nimble Titan 20, an integrated air and missile defense campaign of experimentation.
Maj. Tom Boehm of Redstone Arsenal is the distinguished honor graduate of the latest class from the Command and General Staff Officer Course.
The work that Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center employees do today will impact the kind of world they live in 20 years from now.
In 1977, when Bill Marriott was a midshipman at the Naval Academy, he and five other midshipmen spent a semester studying at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. It was his first encounter with the Army, but certainly not his last.