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DoD 2020 Budget Looks to Fix Shipbuilding, Ammo Industrial Base

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As the Pentagon starts pumping cash into shipyards and small weapons manufacturers, is it enough to save some ailing production lines?

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Batteries, Bullets, & Drones: Commandant’s Wishlist For Infantry Task Force

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


What’s the one technology the Marine Corps Commandant wants more than any other for his riflemen? It wasn’t an amphibious vehicle, more JLTVs, a new rifle or friggin’ lasers. It is “a smart way to recharge batteries,” Gen. Robert Neller told reporters.

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Navy Destroyers, Army Ammo Managers Win DoD Acquisition Award

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


Navy DDG-51 (Arleigh Burke) destroyer program & Army ammo management win DoD Packard Award for efficiency: http://1.usa.gov/TqyVyO SydneyFreedberg

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Army Materiel Command Gears Up For Drawdown; Base Contracts In Play

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


WASHINGTON: As the wars draw down and budgets shrink, the massive Army Materiel Command — 70,000 military and civilian personnel at arsenals, depots, and other facilities in all 50 states — is shifting gears and taking on new missions. Some longstanding efforts are winding down, explained Lt. Gen. Patricia McQuistion, AMC’s new deputy commander, at… Keep reading →

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