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DAGR delivers a high-precision defensive capability to the surface combat arena when paired with the pedestal launcher and a mobile ground platform like the JLTV," said Ken Musculus, director of close combat systems at Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control.
Over the past five years, the Project Manager Close Combat Systems (PM CCS) at Picatinny Arsenal, N.
The M115A2 and M116A1 Simulator Perchlorate Replacement Team, Project Manager Close Combat Systems (PM CSS), U.
In less than 7 days, an urgent-needs letter was forwarded to the Department of the Army Assistant Chief of Staff (G3), where it was validated and forwarded to the Project Manager for Close Combat Systems for action.
The WID effort in which Machak takes the most pride is the mentoring program, she said, With the assistance of Patti Felth, of PM Close Combat Systems, this program has grown to include more than a dozen pairs of mentors, who have been aligned with proteges.
In May, the Project Manager, Close Combat Systems (PMCCS) awarded a development contract for ASTAMIDS to Northrup Grumman.
The contract is managed by the Army Project Manager for Close Combat Systems in partnership with the U.
Specifically, work will include field engineering support, provisioning and repair support, technical engineering and configuration management for the Army's Close Combat Systems, including Bradley Fighting Vehicles.