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MODERNIZING PARTNERSHIPS

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NOT YOUR MOTHER’S MICROWAVE: RCCTO will field a prototype Indirect Fire Protection Capability - High Power Microwave at the platoon level in fiscal year 2024. (Photos courtesy of RCCTO)  …

SMALL BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE

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    DOD and the Army can do more to help, innovative firms say.   by Michael Bold Tapping the innovation of small high-tech businesses has been a goal of…

ON A DIME

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    Contractors have pivoted, practically overnight, to keep in step with the DOD throughout the ongoing coronavirus pandemic response.   by Ellen Summey   The federal government usually moves…

INDUSTRY INSIGHT: COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS

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LIVE COMMUNICATIONS: The Army needs advanced interoperable communications so that Soldiers can communicate in real time, helping to ensure mission success. (Photo courtesy of PacStar)   Industry helps to keep…

FALL ISSUE OF ARMY AL&T EXAMINES ‘THE INDUSTRIAL BASE’

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    FORT BELVOIR, Va. (October 14, 2020)—The Army relies on the industrial base to produce things—like helicopters, tanks and satellites—that it just can’t buy at the local supermarket. The…

USER TESTED

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MANUAL INSTRUCTION: Maj. Sarah Sanjakdar, center, learned the value of seeking feedback on the function and usefulness of two FDA-approved TBI screening devices at medical facilities across the U.S. Central…

RADIO MODERNIZATION IN ANY LANGUAGE

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SETTING UP: Spc. Cheryll Eguilos, left, demonstrates how to set up a Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, in February 2018. Radio communication in Afghanistan…

DRIVING FUEL CHOICES

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    The Army's requirement calls for the highest energy-density fuel combined with the lowest mass and volume—and gasoline and diesel win over alternative energy.   by Dr. David J.…

A WINNING TEAM

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QUICK DRAW: Sgt. Brett Knox with the Kendrick Memorial Blood Center, located outside Fort Gordon, Georgia, takes blood from Patrick Young, an employee at Winn Army Community Hospital, as a…

LEADING AN AGILE WORKFORCE IN TIMES OF CRISIS

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THE DIVISION: The Kansas City District Contracting Division is pictured with then-Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Procurement Stuart Hazlett, outside of the Bolling Federal Building in downtown Kansas…

CCDC’s ROAD MAP TO MODERNIZING THE ARMY: ASSURED POSITIONING, NAVIGATION and TIMING

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REAL-WORLD TEST: During PNTAX, developers and Soldiers assessed how more than 80 mounted, dismounted and NAVWAR capabilities and systems operated within a replicated real-world, anti-access and area-denied environment. (Photo by…

THE HYPERSONIC AND THE CAVE

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THE MODERN LOOK: Modern storage magazines, which are larger, drier and provide electrical service, would provide greater capability to properly store modern munitions.     The organic industrial base needs…

THREAD LEVEL GREEN

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FIBER OPTICS: Advanced Functional Fabrics of America (AFFOA) research and development technician Chhea Chhav monitors a fiber draw on one of AFFOA’s five fiber draw towers. Draws need to be…

THE VISIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN

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SEEING THE SUPPLY CHAIN: Full visibility of the supply chain has been a high priority for the PM IVAS team, in collaboration with industry partners. The security and quality of…

SECURITY COOPERATION GOES PRO

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APPLYING TRAINING: The Department of Defense Security Cooperation Workforce Certification Program is based on nine security cooperation competencies and 58 job tasks. It has three elements: training, experience and continuous…

TRAINING FOR SUCCESS

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READY, AIM, TRAIN!: The XM808 limited user assessment had many intangible benefits—information sharing provided engineers and instructors with experiences that may help improve their jobs. In a normal test environment,…