Faces of the Force: Capt. Bradley Coule

Faces of the Force: Capt. Bradley Coule

POSITION AND UNIT: Assistant product manager, Lethal Miniature Aerial Missile System, Close Combat Weapon Systems Project Office, Program Executive Office for Missiles and Space YEARS OF SERVICE IN WORKFORCE: 2 YEARS OF MILITARY SERVICE: 9 DAWIA CERTIFICATIONS: Level II in program management EDUCATION: B.S. in engineering technology and design, University of Central Florida AWARDS: Bronze Star (2); Meritorious Service Medal; Army Commendation Medal (2); Army Achievement Medal; Meritorious Unit Citation (2) Leveraging experience for mission success By Susan L. Follett Capt. Bradley Coule came to acquisition two years ago, hoping that his engineering background and deployment experience in the field could translate into helping other Soldiers. So far, he says, […]

Direct fire munition increases lethality, reduces collateral damage

Direct fire munition increases lethality, reduces collateral damage

By The Close Combat Weapon Systems Project Office   REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. — Engaging the enemy effectively without a clear line-of-sight is an ongoing challenge for Soldiers serving in small, outlying posts in theater. One solution is the Lethal Miniature Aerial Munition System (LMAMS), a not-within-direct-fire-line-of-sight, single-use munition system that is launched from a small tube. The entire system is carried in a Soldier’s backpack. Equipped with optical sensors, LMAMS transmits live color video wirelessly to a display on a ground control unit. The technology allows the Soldier to find the enemy and ensure positive identification before engaging. LMAMS deploys within two-minutes and can fly for up to fifteen minutes. […]