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Archive: 2020

Sept. 14, 2020

Training For Success

Project Manager Close Combat Systems and 198th Infantry Brigade team conduct successful XM808 limited user assessment.

Aug. 31, 2020

Virtual Review

Read this article in the Army AL&T magazine.

Aug. 27, 2020

By Improving Artillery Shells, Picatinny Engineers Seek to Greatly Extend Range of Cannon Artillery

Engineers at Picatinny Arsenal are seeking to potentially extend the range of cannon artillery with new manufacturing methods that improve artillery shells, allowing them to withstand higher launch velocities and temperatures.In an artillery shell, the driving band or rotating band is a band of soft metal near the shell's bottom, often made of

July 15, 2020

Project Manager Close Combat Systems welcomes new leader

The Joint Program Executive Office Armaments and Ammunition, Project Manager Close Combat Systems, welcomed a new leader during a virtual change of management ceremony at the Linder Conference Center here July 8.After serving as the PM CCS for four years, Col. Jonathan Slater relinquished leadership responsibilities to Col. Russell Hoff. The

June 19, 2020

Project Director Joint Services hosts change of leadership ceremony

Project Director Joint Services welcomed a new leader during a virtual change of leadership ceremony conducted here on June 16.The organization said farewell to Col. Justin Highley as he transferred authority to Matthew Zimmerman.The ceremony was officiated by Brig. Gen. Vincent Malone II, Joint Program Executive Officer for Armaments and

June 1, 2020

Project Director for Joint Bombs Change of Management

On 1 June 2020, Captain Brian G. Schorn, USN, assumed responsibility as Project Director Joint Bombs (PD JB) replacing Colonel Brad Tannehill, USAF. Captain Schorn leads a group of 20 professionals in achieving cost, schedule and performance goals for Air Force, Navy and Army configuration-managed products.Captain Schorn also is the Director of the

Feb. 5, 2020

Following the family’s leadership example

Angela Sarinelli has her family to thank for her acquisition career, and for their example of federal service. “My grandmother and my aunt both worked at Picatinny Arsenal, and my aunt, Tina Pittenger, still works at Army Contracting Command – New Jersey (ACC-NJ) as a procurement information analyst, managing contract writing systems."She suggested

Jan. 6, 2020

A pretty straightforward mission

Read this article in Army AT&L News.


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