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PICATINNY ARSENAL A Mark 38 Mod 2 machine gun system is tested at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division,


One of Picatinny Arsenal’s old buildings, which sits beside tracks built before World War I that once carried many ammunition trains. (Photo by David Vergun,


CHECKING IN Bob Testa, lead engineer for the Remote Weapons Branch of the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center, poses beside the Ripsaw Unmanned Ground

Life on the Arsenal

HOUSING When engineers here looked at the heavy M249 carried by soldiers, they decided to put it on a diet and rearrange some of the

Exploring the Local Area

MORRIS COUNTY, NEW JERSEY U.S. Soldiers with the Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 99th Regional Support Command, pose for a photo with volunteers of the Morristow


The weight thing

Those ugly extra poundsor even gramscan derail your program or product. by John T. Dillard, Col., USA (Ret.) I can honestly say that just about

Marine Corps product support manager wins DOD award

Story by Monique Randolph on 04/11/2018 A Marine Corps Systems Command employee received the 2017 Secretary of Defense Product Support Manager Award March 29, at

3rd CR receives new side arm

Story by SSG Taresha Hill on 01/23/2018 FORT HOOD, Texas Officers and senior noncommissioned officers from the Regimental Headquarters and Headquarters Troop and the Regimental

Wingman is first step toward weaponized robotics

The Army's first armed and unmanned ground vehicle is in the works. by Mr. Thomas B. Udvare In 2014, the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research,

Eager to soak up knowledge, Picatinny kindergarteners learn how to mine for gems

Story by Eric Kowal on 12/29/2017 PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J. - Kindergarteners enrolled in Picatinny Arsenal's Child Youth Services School Age Services program experienced firsthand what

Patent granted for mortar projectile that aims to resupply Soldiers quicker

Story by Eric Kowal on 12/29/2017 PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J. - A patent was recently granted for a mortar projectile aptly named the "Ammunition Resupply Projectile."
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