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Ben Zurita and Glen Hoopert, both Letterkenny Army Depot electronics mechanics, pressure wash M299 Longbow Hellfire Launchers prior to assembly during a Hellfire reset mission to Fort Drum in late Jan. LEAD provides Hellfire support on depot through the Close Combat Missile Systems Program Management Team. Some of those programs include the production of Hellfire rails, launchers and some of the cables and connectors associated with Hellfire systems. This was the first time LEAD conducted a Hellfire reset mission off-site. 
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Letterkenny Hellfire reset team takes the mission to the warfighter
By Dorie Heyer | March 5, 2021
A team of electronic mechanics from the Close Combat Missile Systems Program Management Team at Letterkenny Army Depot completed an onsite Hellfire reset mission at Fort Drum, New York, at the end of January...

A U.S. Army Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment Activity apprentice trainee measures the voltage drop across an energized circuit during a classroom exercise, Sept. 27, 2019. USATA is responsible for ensuring calibrations across the Army are accurate.
TMDE Support Centers provide calibration, safety, peace of mind
By Michelle L. Gordon | Feb. 16, 2021
REDSTONE ARSENAL, Alabama—Calibration is important for both military weapons systems and the devices used to test and measure their accuracy, because the consequences of an uncalibrated weapon or device can be catastrophic...

AMCOM G-3 partners with JAIC. (Courtesy photo)
AMCOM G-3 partners with JAIC
By Antwaun J. Parrish | Feb. 16, 2021
REDSTONE ARSENAL, Alabama – The U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command G-3 partnered with the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) in July 2018, when the JAIC was initially formed...

U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command G-1 director, Karen Bandera, retiring after 44 years of federal service.
AMCOM G-1 director retiring after 44 years of federal service
By Katherine Belcher | Feb. 16, 2021
With more than 44 years of federal service, assignments at more than a dozen duty stations and a plethora of awards, promotions and accolades, Karen Bandera has decided it is time hang up her lanyard and retire...

AMCOM develops Data and Analytics Center of Excellence (iStock.com/metamorworks)
AMCOM develops Data and Analytics Center of Excellence
By Antwaun J. Parrish | Feb. 16, 2021
REDSTONE ARSENAL, Alabama—In September, Maj. Gen. Todd Royar, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command commanding general, appointed a chief data and analytics officer and established the AMCOM Data and Analytics Center of...
 

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