Army Technology Magazine
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Army Technology Magazine launches, by RDECOM Public Affairs
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. (Aug. 30, 2013) — A new publication featuring science, technology and engineering advances across the U.S. Army is now available.
3 INNOVATE THE FUTURE
Interview with Army Materiel Command Chief Technology
Officer Patrick O’Neill
5 U.S. ARMY OPERATING CONCEPT
The U.S. Army Operating Concept: Win in a Complex World presents a vision of future conflict.
6 THINKING CLEARLY ABOUT THE FUTURE OF WARFARE
Army researchers use virtual reality to test Soldiers and discover
influences on choices. BY LT. GEN. H.R. McMASTER, ARCIC DIRECTOR
8 COUNTERING AERIAL THREATS
Extended area protection and survivability counters aerial systems that could threaten Soldiers. BY ED LOPEZ, PICATINNY
ARSENAL PUBLIC AFFAIRS
9 SOLAR CELL RESEARCH
Researchers developed a tiny photovoltaic solar cell that resulted in a patent. BY NIKKI MONTGOMERY, AMRDEC PUBLIC
10 DESIGNING EXOSKELETONS
Army researcher’s interest in robotics leads to innovative device.
BY JOYCE P. BRAYBOY, ARL PUBLIC AFFAIRS
12 COMBAT RATION INFORMATION
Combat rations database details MRE nutrition. BY BOB REINERT,
USAG-NATICK PUBLIC AFFAIRS
13 ONE DISPLAY TO RULE THEM ALL
Army engineers increase situational awareness for route control clearance teams. BY ALLISON BARROW, CERDEC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
14 CLEARING THE WAY
M1271 Mine Clearing Vehicle, Interrogation Arm, and Explosive
Hazard Pre-detonation Systems.
16 STUDYING NEW MOLECULE
Chemical compounds known as metal-organic frameworks offer innovative chem-bio defense. BY ECBC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
17 FUTURE ARMY NANOSATELLITES
Communication across great distances using existing UHF tactical radios made possible with tiny satellites.
BY WILLIAM NORT ON, TARDEC
18 MODULAR ACTIVE PROTECTION AND BETTER BUYING
Army researchers invest in future with acquisition philosophy.
BY WILLIAM NORTON, TARDEC
20 REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
Regenerative medicine technology treats complex traumatic injuries offering hope for burn victims. BY CRYSTA L MAYNARD,
USAMRMC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
21 DOD SHOWCASES INNOVATION
The Army demonstrated scientific, engineering efforts during the recent Department of Defense Lab Day. BY DAN LAFONTAINE ,
RDECOM PUBLIC AFFAIRS
22 TOP SCIENTISTS GATHER
Mad Scientist Conference at Georgetown University brings together innovative thinkers that could one day augment
Soldier capability. BY DAVID VERGUN, ARMY NEWS SERVICE
23 REVOLUTIONARY MORT AR SYSTEM
New system to boost speed, accuracy, enhance Soldier safety.
BY ERIC KOWAL AND ED LOPEZ, PICATINNY ARSENAL PUBLIC AFFAIRS
24 BETTER, SAFER BATTERIES
Army researchers develop batteries that don’t corrode.
BY C. TODD LOPEZ, ARMY NEWS SERVICE
25 LASER TECHNOLOGY
Army, Air Force take bomb disposal to new level with lasers.
BY CARLOTTA MANEICE, AMRDEC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
28 MODEL BASED SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
The use of modeling enhances our analytical capabilities.
BY THOMAS HADUCH, DIRECTOR OF SYSTEMS ENGINEERING, RDECOM
1 Acronym Guide
2 Commander’s Column
28 Systems Engineering