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First Bell OH-58F Kiowa Warrior test aircraft completed, U.S. Army saves on in-house build - News

October 25, 2012
WASHINGTON – Completion of the U.S. Army’s first Bell OH-58F Kiowa Warrior helicopter at a prototype facility was announced at AUSA. The new variant of the Kiowa Warrior was designed and built by the Army’s Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC), and instrumentation is now beginning for its first expected flight test in April.

Tactical smartgrid proof of concept demonstrated by CERDEC - News

October 05, 2012
The U.S. Army’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering (CERDEC) Command has displayed a proof of concept for a smart grid supporting tactical operations. The data-gathering event was intended to develop solutions for the Department of Defense’s interests in reducing generators, preventing grid collapse and overloads, and a 25 percent minimization of manhours associated with fuel consumption and grid operation. To conform to these interests, a microgrid system was implemented as it is the only available solution that allows for energy storage, renewables, and other technologies that can simultaneously supplement traditional power.

MC4 telemedicine brings e-Health to the battlefield:Interview with Army Lieutenant Colonel William Geesey, product manager, MC4 - Story

April 11, 2011
Editor's Note: Battlefield medicine has come a long, long way since the Civil War, and advanced many clicks beyond what was commonplace only 10 years ago in OIF. The U.S. Army's Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care is integrating and deploying the best COTS technology available to further soldiers. I spoke with Lieutenant Colonel William Geesey, product manager and visionary?for MC4. Edited excerpts follow.?

Army case study: Using DOE to reduce time required to optimize complex design - Story

June 24, 2008
Dan Cler at U.S Army BenEt Laboratories is using Design of Experiments (DOEs) to drive a series of computer simulations in designing a new generation of muzzle brakes. DOE saves time by reducing the number of simulations required and makes it possible to optimize the design with a higher level of certainty.