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Here's a quick hit by MG Cedric Wins, Commanding General of U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command talking at the Industry Days at Aberdeen Proving Ground. U.S. Army TARDEC's industry days is **NEXT WEEK** at Macomb Community College!

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Here's a quick hit by MG Cedric Wins, Commanding General of U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command talking at the Industry Days at Aberdeen Proving Ground. U.S. Army TARDEC's industry days is **NEXT WEEK** at Macomb Community College!

Posted by U.S. Army TARDEC on Friday, April 20, 2018

From Sydney Freedberg at Breaking Defense, the Robotic Complex Breach Concept in which U.S. Army TARDEC played a pivotal role. Great work, robotics team!

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Working with our partners over the pond to bring together allied robotic innovations to a training environment, TARDEC's role in the Robotic Complex Breach Concept (RCBC) at Grafenwoehr and Vilseck U.S. Army Community training center continues this week.

One of today's robotic features from our colleagues in the isles: the Terrier, a British Army combat engineer vehicle (Looking at you, Royal Engineers!) capable of accomplishing combat and construction engineering tasks while manned or remotely controlled - in this case, reducing an obtacle.

The Robotic Complex Breach Concept (RCBC), happening now in Grafenwoehr, Germany, demonstrates the employment of robotic and autonomous systems in intelligence, suppression, obscuration, and reduction. The platforms and systems included in RCBC include the Puma, the Instant Eye, the Automated Direct/Indirect Mortar, the Lethal Miniature Aerial Munition, the M58 Wolf, and the Terrier. U.S. Army TARDEC is the lead technology system integrator here while conducting protocol experimentation and risk mitigation.

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Utilizing the UK Terrier in RCBC

You dig?Working with our partners over the pond to bring together allied robotic innovations to a training environment, TARDEC's role in the Robotic Complex Breach Concept (RCBC) at Grafenwoehr and Vilseck U.S. Army Community training center continues this week.One of today's robotic features from our colleagues in the isles: the Terrier, a British Army combat engineer vehicle (Looking at you, Royal Engineers!) capable of accomplishing combat and construction engineering tasks while manned or remotely controlled - in this case, reducing an obtacle.The Robotic Complex Breach Concept (RCBC), happening now in Grafenwoehr, Germany, demonstrates the employment of robotic and autonomous systems in intelligence, suppression, obscuration, and reduction. The platforms and systems included in RCBC include the Puma, the Instant Eye, the Automated Direct/Indirect Mortar, the Lethal Miniature Aerial Munition, the M58 Wolf, and the Terrier. U.S. Army TARDEC is the lead technology system integrator here while conducting protocol experimentation and risk mitigation.#ArmyInnovation #ArmyRoboticsU.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command U.S. Army Materiel Command U.S. Army Europe U.S. European Command (EUCOM) 1st Infantry Division 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division Army Multi-Domain Targeting Center U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command U.S. Army Engineer Regiment Caterpillar Inc. BAE Systems

Posted by U.S. Army TARDEC on Friday, April 6, 2018

"It's a capability that the enemy will not know how to counteract when we implement it." --Lt. Col. Jesse Curry, Commander, 82nd Brigade Engineer Battalion, 2nd ABCT, 1st ID.

TARDEC's work with 1st Infantry Division continues at United States Army Garrison Grafenwöhr Training Center continues! Robotic Complex Breach Concept-- robots on a simulated battlefield, giving Warfighters valuable standoff from the enemy and new, innovative ways to accomplish complex missions. Read more here, covered by our colleagues at U.S. Army 22nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment:

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https://www.dvidshub.net/news/271518/unmanned-technology-breaching-battlefield

Congratulations to the Occupant-Centric Protection experts here at TARDEC! We're very proud of our engineers' and scientists' achievement, and the awarding of the Defense Standardization Program Achievement Award is a proud one!

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Happening NOW in Grafenwoehr, Soldiers and engineers are preparing technology demonstrations from TARDEC and the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command for next week's Robotic Complex Breach Concept (RCBC)-- stay tuned for more, and read the details below!

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https://www.dvidshub.net/news/271497/future-tech-soldiers-test-evaluate-new-equipment-germany

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ATTENTION: TARDEC is hiring a Senior Research Scientist!

The Army seeks candidates who have been recognized nationally and internationally, as indicated by numerous citations and affiliations with reputable scientific organizations, and whose work has been the basis for advanced research. A Ph.D. in a professional engineering field of study is preferred.

This announcement is available from March 26 - May 10. To learn more & apply, visit https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/494904000

Check out from the AUSA Symposium, Live, updates on the Next Generation Combat Vehicle CFT and R&D:

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And we’re live at the AUSA Global Force Symposium where Brig. Gen. David Lesperance, US Army Fort Benning Armor School commandant, joins the contemporary military forum on Next Generation Combat Vehicles.

Posted by U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command on Monday, March 26, 2018

Check out the Association of the United States Army - AUSA National opening and closing remarks and all panels via live-stream today and tomorrow on U.S. Army Materiel Command. #ArmyInnovation

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U.S. Army TARDEC has big things to say about our ground vehicle technology! U.S. Army Materiel Command will be live-streaming the Association of the United States Army - AUSA National opening and closing remarks and all panels. #ArmyInnovation

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Lt. Col. David Centeno, acting military deputy for TARDEC, is among several TARDEC scientists and engineers judging the 54th Annual Southeastern Michigan Junior Science and Humanities Symposium at Wayne State University, March 9, 2018. #STEM #younginnovators #JSHS18 #ArmyEducationalOutreachProgram

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Why work at US Army TARDEC?

More hiring!

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Using #ArmyInnovation and #Armyrobotics, scientists at U.S. Army TARDEC have designed a fleet of autonomous vehicles to reduce the need and risk for human military members in combat situations. But how do they keep them safe from adversaries? Watch this video and find out. #KnowYourMil

Autonomous Vehicles and CyberSecurity

Using #ArmyInnovation and #Armyrobotics, scientists at U.S. Army TARDEC have designed a fleet of autonomous vehicles to reduce the need and risk for human military members in combat situations. But how do they keep them safe from adversaries? Watch this video and find out. #KnowYourMil

Posted by U.S. Army TARDEC on Thursday, February 15, 2018

Welcome to the jungle! #ZH2 #fuelcelltechnology

https://www.army.mil/article/200366

At TARDEC, we approach R&D with aggressive determination and passionate grit. We're proud of the community in which we play a role, working with U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, the Maneuver Center of Excellence, our fellow research centers in U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command and our leadership guiding the way. Check out how this comes together vis-a-vis the team effort on the next generation combat vehicle, with Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army and Under Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy:
https://www.army.mil/article/199432/army_secretary_directs_new_team_to_speed_up_next_gen_combat_vehicle_program

The ZH2 is undergoing another round of Soldier evaluations! This time, the 25th Infantry Division is putting the fuel cell electric demonstrator to the test in jungle conditions. #fuelcelltechnology #ZH2

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TARDEC's SUMMER HIRE PROGRAM mission is to expose students to the multiple engineering and technological possibilities that are critical to improve the effectiveness of our soldiers.

An announcement will be posted January 17-19, 2018 on USA Jobs

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/488350800

Job Announcement Number: BVTEMP-XR-18 539088 3948PI

* Open to current enrolled college/university students
* Positions are full-time
* Program Dates: Tuesday, May 29, 2018 through Friday, August 3, 2018 (This position may be extended no later than September 30, 2018 for qualified local college students within the commuting area.
* The title of the position is Student Trainee (Engineering Technician). To narrow the search results choose Warren, MI as the location, 0899 as the job series and pay grade GS 03/04.
* Applicants MUST be U.S. Citizens, age 18 and above.
* Undergraduate college students must have demonstrated interest in Engineering & Science (E&S) careers through academic coursework and/or extracurricular activities.
* All applicants MUST apply to this announcement through USAJOBS.

Thank you, The Paul W. Smith Show and WJR Radio for having us this morning live from North American International Auto Show! #TARDEC director Dr. Paul Rogers talks, "electrification" in Army vehicles and what it means for our Warfighters.

#NAIAS18 U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command U.S. Army Materiel Command Undersecretary of the Army Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army

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TARDEC at the eye of the storm today!

U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command Michigan Economic Development Corporation North American International Auto Show Undersecretary of the Army Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army

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Welcome to TARDEC at NAIAS2018! We're set and ready with Michigan Economic Development Corporation and North American International Auto Show in Automobili-D, see you here soon!
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TARDEC fans, don't miss it! The Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle produced by the collaborative partnership with TARDEC and General Motors is scheduled to be featured on tonight's new episode of Jay Leno's Garage! 10pm on CNBC, for those of you in the Eastern time zone with us!

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