The Army Materiel Command will induct six new members into its Hall of Fame, Oct. 27 at 10 a.m. in the Villar room.
Past and present leaders looked on as the Apache Project Office bid farewell to Lt. Col. Brian Stehle, product manager for the Apache Development and Modernization team.
After 32 years, the Test and Evaluation Command’s Redstone Test Center bids farewell to Dr. Mike Hale, senior electronics engineer.
The employees at the Corps of Engineers, Huntsville Center are widely respected by government and industry for their expertise in numerous acquisition fields and related disciplines. To prove the point, Jamaya Smith, contract specialist, Contracting Directorate, received recognition for an i…
Less than 500 of the government’s most renowned scientists and engineers serve in senior technical and professional positions. On June 1, Dr. Dana Taylor was selected to serve as a ST/senior research scientist for Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center’s Aviation De…
When the Corps of Engineers Executive Governance Board meets in August, Dominic Ragucci will receive the Installation Support Professional of the Year Award.
Jackie Bennett arrived at Redstone in June 1968 as a personnel management staffing specialist in the then Missile Command. After a stellar career, she has decided 48-plus years is long enough.
During some of the most challenging times for government employees, William Marriott has served as deputy chief of staff for personnel at Army Materiel Command headquarters.
His tough hard-nosed visage with the shaved head and businesslike manner served him well in his 30-year military career. Retired Col. Tom Brown was a field artilleryman.
The Program Executive Office for Aviation saw a change in leadership with its Common Engines product office, part of the Utility Helicopters Project Office, during a change of charter ceremony…
The Commander’s Award for Civilian Service was presented to an Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center employee June 4 at the Aviation Engineering Directorate’s All Ha…
Although members of the Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command work hard to defend the nation, some of its members also play hard to entertain the community.
With a legacy that spans more than 50 years, Cummings Research Park may be “over the hill,” but it certainly isn’t fading – at least not with Erin Koshut at the helm.
The Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville conducts an Engineer Day awards ceremony each year to recognize the organization’s best. The awards ceremony is part of an all-day event that als…
On March 3, 1969, on Hill 484 in Vietnam, Marine Cpl. Cleveland King Jr. became more than the chief radio operator. He became the leader because there was no one left in charge.