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Army gives green light to shape vehicle electrification requirements

The directorate will begin drafting a requirements document for Tactical and Combat Vehicle Electrification (TaCVE) and will host an industry day Oct. 20 to share its electrification initiatives with industry.…

Army begins fielding most modern Styker infantry carrier vehicle yet

The Army is making serious headway in fielding the most modern version of its Stryker infantry carrier vehicle to soldiers with the 2nd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division, National Defense magazine…

U.S. Army partners with U.K. to automate sensor data and information processing | Article

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. — Sensors give military forces the ability to see, hear, and understand their environment as they execute the basics of move, shoot and communicate. The data…

The US Army shouts out an anti-Semitic user on Twitch

Today, the Army has found itself in a new pot of hot water after a member of the Army National Guard, Axel “ZexsOG” Torres, shouted out an anti-Semitic username live,…

DVIDS – News – ERDC researchers participate in U.S. Army Foreign Technology (and Science) Assessment Support program

VICKSBURG, Miss. – Until engaging in conversation with colleagues while on temporary duty in the United Kingdom, Dr. Ahmad Tavakoly was not aware of the U.S. Army Foreign Technology…

How the US Army is preparing for war in the next decade

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army is in the midst of conducting what Army Futures Command Commander Gen. Mike Murray is calling “this generation’s digital Louisiana Maneuvers” in the Arizona desert,…

Army to host the first xTech 3 Summit, a premier technology showcase across the U.S. | Article

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army will host its premier technology showcase, the xTech 3 Summit, Sept. 9-11. This first-ever virtual event will showcase the Army’s innovative technologies from more than…

Army fields new chemical detection technology

IMAGE: Research through the U.S. Army Small Business Technology Transfer program, results in a product to accurately detect chemical weapons at low concentration levels. It is now being used by National……