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Running The Options

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How MRMC leverages expertise and relationship-building with industry. by Elizabeth Lamie The U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (MRMC) aims to lead the advancement of military medicine and responsibly…

Medical Partnership

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USAMMDA works with military, federal civilian and contract professionals to develop and deliver quality medical products. by Jeffrey M. Soares Since its establishment more than 30 years ago, the U.S….

Engineering a successful path

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Jonathan B. Hill COMMAND/ORGANIZATION: Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) Project Office, Program Executive Office (PEO) for Missiles and Space TITLE: Chief, Performance Management Division YEARS OF SERVICE IN WORKFORCE:…

Expanding the perimeter

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Cyber defense and partner nation interoperability are vital to meeting national security objectives at home and abroad. by Andy Strand In “Sneakers,” a 1992 comedic caper about the ethical and…

RDECOM’s road map to modernizing the Army: Next Generation Combat Vehicle

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Second in a series of articles about RDECOM’s support for the Army’s six modernization priorities. by Maj. Gen. Cedric T. Wins Soldiers in the field need the right equipment to…

Continuing to contribute

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Paul L. Price COMMAND/ORGANIZATION: Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC) TITLE: Chief, Aviation Branch YEARS OF SERVICE IN WORKFORCE: 16 YEARS…

Innovation countdown

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Expeditionary Technology Search narrows Army-funded competition from over 350 proposals to 12 contenders for $200,000 award. by Dr. Matt Willis and Jennifer Smith When Dr. Bruce Jette, assistant secretary of…

Everywhere man

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Whether it’s his fiction and nonfiction, his work as a TRADOC ‘mad scientist,’ the interviews he’s done with defense media, the pages of Popular Science, or some other venue, P.W….

Eliminating preconceptions

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Byron A. Kight COMMAND/ORGANIZATION: Installation Information Infrasatructure Modernization Program, Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems TITLE: Acquisition management specialist YEARS OF SERVICE IN WORKFORCE: 8 DAWIA CERTIFICATIONS:Level II in…

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A frank and open forum with industry yields new insights

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An unusually frank and open forum among government and industry competitors yielded new insights into developing a Gator Landmine Replacement command-and-control system. by Waliul Mizan and Sean Stevens Traditional land…

Cutting the cost of nuts and bolts

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PEO CS&CSS’s Robot Logistics Support Center uses IDIQs and a unique sustainment approach to keep robot systems up and running. by Thomas A. Lettis and Adam Bennett Conventional Army contracting…

Army AL&T Article Cutting through the noise

Cutting through the noise

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How a Platypus, a small team of independent Australian scientists and a THUNDERINGPANDA answered the Army’s challenge for faster signal detection. by Nancy Jones-Bonbrest The Army Rapid Capabilities Office (RCO)…

Don’t just hear—listen

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B. Dean Angell COMMAND/ORGANIZATION: U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command POSITION AND OFFICIAL TITLE: Cost/price analyst YEARS OF SERVICE IN WORKFORCE: 8 YEARS OF MILITARY SERVICE: 13 (eight in…

See the unobvious

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Been There, Done That Modeling and simulation is a PM’s friend. by John T. Dillard, Col., USA (Ret.) One thing I always felt pretty confident about during my acquisition career…

Army AL&T magazine wants five minutes of your time

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That’s it—just five minutes. Click on over to and complete the Army AL&T magazine reader survey. “Our reader survey is the ultimate quality check,” said Steve Stark, senior editor…

The Burn Center participated in the clinical trials of ReCell, a technology that deconstructs a small biopsy of a patient’s skin and dilutes it in a solution that can then be sprayed onto a wound. From there, the patient’s skin cells will populate the wound and regrow skin. (U.S. Army photo)

Building brand-new skin  

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THEN & NOW 1970, 2018 Burns are among the nastiest wounds a person can experience, and the Army’s Burn Center has been working for more than 70 years to develop…