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Improving Aircraft Performance and Reducing Life-Cycle Costs

From Armor & Mobility, August 2018 Issue

With its C-5M engine’s record-setting history and other industry achievements, GE Aviation has delivered effective capabilities for Warfighters through its sustaining, upgrading, and re-engining efforts. 

Interview with Karl Sheldon

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Shaping Modernization to Address Autonomy in Force Capability

From Armor & Mobility, May/June 2018 Issue

Stuart Hatfield
Robotics Branch Chief
Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8
Department of the Army

Mr. Stuart Hatfield is the Robotics Branch Chief for the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8, Department of the Army in the Pentagon. He manages the U.S. Army’s $1.6 billion Robotics modernization portfolio, including resources and requirements for ground Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS), Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), and Soldier Power Systems. He is the Army Staff lead integrator for Robotics, and he co-chairs the Joint Staff Unmanned Ground Systems Integrated Product Team to synchronize concepts, requirements, resources, technology, and standards for RAS across the Department of Defense. He was honored by the National Defense Industrial Association as the 2012 Ground Robotics Champion.

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Teaming For Fleet Revitalization

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The U.S. Army at Red River Army Depot in Texarkana, TX is beginning its fourth year of a Public-Private Partnership with vehicle manufacturer AM General, Inc. to recapitalize the nation’s fleet of High Mobility Multi-Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWVs) or “Humvees” for Active Service National Guard application.

By Kevin Hunter, A&M Editor

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