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Army’s newest helicopter now flying in Europe

Army’s newest helicopter now flying in Europe

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany: The 21st Theater Sustainment Command paved the way for another first when it facilitated the acquisition and receipt of five UH-72A Lakota helicopters – the Army’s newest aircraft. The cutting-edge helicopters received at Ramstein Air Base, April 13, […]


Army networks MRAPs, M-ATVs

Army networks MRAPs, M-ATVs

The U.S. Army has outfitted a handful of Mine Resistant Ambush Protected, more commonly referred to as MRAP, vehicles with Network Integration Kits designed to give the bomb-defeating vehicles the ability to share real-time information such as sensor data from […]


Army leverages private industry, academia to advance robotics research

Army leverages private industry, academia to advance robotics research

ADELPHI, Md.: Developing smart robots with the ability to work for and alongside Soldiers is the ultimate goal of the Army’s $63.2 million investment in a new robotics cooperative agreement with industry and academia over the next five years. The […]


US Army Roadmap for Unmanned Aircraft Systems: 2010-2035

US Army Roadmap for Unmanned Aircraft Systems: 2010-2035

The UAS Roadmap outlines how the U.S. Army will develop, organize and employ UAS from 2010 to 2035 across the full spectrum of military operations. The Army continues to capitalize on UAS capabilities and implement emerging technologies so that the […]


Army: Little risk in proceeding with technology

Army: Little risk in proceeding with technology

WASHINGTON: While in agreement with other government agencies that “plenty of work” is still needed on robotics and sensor equipment to be fielded as “Increment 1 capabilities” to infantry brigade combat teams, the Army disagrees on the way ahead with […]


Army preparing for mountainous, battalion-sized test

Army preparing for mountainous, battalion-sized test

WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE, N.M.: The U.S. Army is planning a rigorous, large-scale Limited User Test, or LUT, of its Increment 1 Early Brigade Combat Team technologies at White Sands Missile Range, N.M., later this year. The evaluation will test […]


UAS Roadmap, full-spectrum CABs hot topics at Army Aviation convention

UAS Roadmap, full-spectrum CABs hot topics at Army Aviation convention

FORT WORTH, Texas: Day one of the annual Army Aviation Association of America convention in Fort Worth, Texas, opened April 15 with remarks by AAAA president, retired Brig. Gen. Rod Wolfe, and a welcome from the host commander, Maj. Gen. […]


Army to showcase innovation at technology show

Army to showcase innovation at technology show

DETROIT ARSENAL, WARREN, Mich: Army technology is set to dazzle visitors to the Society of Automotive Engineers International 2010 World Congress and Exhibition this week at the Cobo Center in Detroit. The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command’s tank […]


US Army Chief Sets Goals for 2011

US Army Chief Sets Goals for 2011

WASHINGTON: The Army has succeeded in changing and adapting over the last few years, Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey Jr. told leaders at the Pentagon. Casey spoke at the Army Leader Forum April 6 in the Pentagon […]


More than third of equipment now out of Iraq

More than third of equipment now out of Iraq

WASHINGTON: The Army is now 35 percent complete in its effort to move equipment and materiel out of Iraq as part of the withdrawal from that country. Lt. Gen. William G. Webster, commander, Third Army, spoke April 2 during a […]


 
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