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The DEVCOM Armaments Center has the lead in designing the Extended Range Cannon Artillery, an elaborate system of systems. Designing an improved muzzle brake is one of the many challenges facing engineers as the Army seeks to extend the range of cann...
Frank Dindl, a mechanical engineer and prolific inventor at Picatinny Arsenal, has received a patent for a “coolant cartridge” designed to minimize the possibility of weapons stoppage or Soldier injury from overheated gun barrels that could cause a c...
Brig. Gen. William Boruff, assumed his new role as Joint Program Executive Officer Armaments and Ammunition and Picatinny Arsenal Commanding General as Brig. Gen. Vincent F. Malone II relinquished his authority and responsibilities to his successor i...
Brig. Gen. Vincent F. Malone II arrived at Picatinny Arsenal at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic presented leadership and operational challenges. The general, who retires on July 23, believes Army modernization continued to move forward despite pand...
The use of three-dimensional PDFs for technical data packages will result in fewer errors. These images allow end users to quickly understand the design intent and eliminates interpretation errors. In some instances, they can facilitate advanced manu...
The autoloader for the Extended Range Canon Artillery is intended to significantly increase the rate of fire for greater lethality. The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) Armaments Center at Picatinny Arsenal is leading the ER...
In a close fight with the enemy, mortars have a variety of advantages that have made them a warfare warhorse and one that is keeping pace with technological advances, thanks to engineers at the U.S. Army DEVCOM Armaments Center at Picatinny Arsenal.
Personnel from the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s (DEVCOM) Armaments Center at Picatinny Arsenal were among the participants in the experiment to detect, track, identify and classify small unmanned aircraft systems in a dense urb...
The Countermeasures and Flares Branch at Picatinny Arsenal strives to increase aircraft survivability through the design, development and production support of countermeasures, such as decoys, chaff, and flares.
How do engineers know that the weapons and ammunition that they provide Soldiers will function as intended? How can systems be fielded faster?


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