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Keep Safe During Fire Missions. Crewmen, your M119A2/A3 towed howitzer makes a lot of noise and blast overpressure when it fires. That’s why you have to protect yourself during fire missions...
When James Shields first began work at Picatinny Arsenal as a young mechanical engineer in 1983, he had no aspirations of one day leading one of the installation’s major tenant organizations.
Two M777A2 howitzers arrived in India May 19 in preparation for live fire testing that will enable engineers to create firing tables compatible with Indian ammunition.
Just four months after the last Soldiers from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (2/101 Air Assault) returned home from an advise and assist mission in Iraq, the 2/101 "Strike" Brigade is gearing up for a new mission as th...
Sustaining towed artillery platforms for the Army, U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) and allied customers is one of the challenges the Program Executive Office (PEO) for Ammunition’s Program Management Office for Towed Artillery Systems (PM TAS) faces on a da...
A Scout gets a hands-on experience with the M119A3 Lightweight Howitzer during an opening day fishing event April 8, at Mount Hope Pond in Rockaway, New Jersey.
The Hon. Robert M. Speer, the Army’s top civilian, visited Picatinny March 27 to gain a better understanding of how the installation contributes to the strategic readiness of the Army and Joint Force.
Picatinny Arsenal engineers have fired the newly modified M777A2 howitzer at Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona, completing the next step towards expanding the system's current firing range.
The Department of Defense announced Nov. 17 that the Project Manager Towed Artillery Systems at Picatinny Arsenal had been awarded the 2016 Secretary of Defense Performance Based Logistics (PBL) System Level Award for their efforts creating a competi...
A $737 million Foreign Military Sale that will provide the Indian government 145 M777A2 howitzers and associated engineering support was agreed to Nov. 30 as the U.S. Department of Defense and the Indian Ministry of Defence signed a Letter of Offer a...


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