Army AL&T News:
- 2011 MarCom Awards Honorable Mention in the External Newsletter/Government category
Army AL&T Magazine:
Issue: April – June 2017
Author Deadline: January 15
Theme: Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Manufacturing
- UAVs, Modular Advanced Armed Robotic System (MAARS), PACMAN-I Program, nanotechnology, MUMT (Manned-Unmanned Teaming) will be a significant part of the Army’s battle kit in the future.
- Where are we now and where are we going?
- How does progress in artificial intelligence and machine learning — and advanced manufacturing — inform this future?
Issue: July – September 2017
Author Deadline: April 15
Theme: Talent Management
- How to attract, retain, develop and align talent with current and future Army Acquisition Workforce requirements.
- Acquisition Human Capital Strategic Plan.
- Right person, in the right job, with the right skills, at the right time.
Army AL&T Editorial Advisory Board will approve additional future themes at its next meeting.
Go to Army AL&T Submissions for information on how to submit articles, advertisements and art.
Writers Guidelines (updated May 11, 2016)
Army AL&T Magazine Awards
- 2011 MarCom Platinum Award in the Magazine/Government category
- 2011 MarCom Gold Award in the Design (Print)/Magazine Cover category
- 2012 Bronze Anvil Award from the Public Relations Society of America
- 2012 APEX Award for Publication Excellence
- 2012 The Major General Keith L. Ware Public Affairs Awards, Best Magazine
- 2012 The Major General Keith L. Ware Public Affairs Awards, Best News Feature Article (Civilian)
- 2013 Secretary of the Army Awards, Editor of the Year
- 2014 MarCom Platinum Award in the Magazine/Government category
- 2014 MarCom Platinum Award for E-Magazine
- 2014 MG Keith L. Ware Public Affairs Competition, Digital Publication
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