JMTC at Watervliet Arsenal
produces all large cannon barrel assemblies for 155-millimeter artillery, the 120-millimeter main gun for the Ml tank, 105-millimeter cannon assemblies for incorporation into artillery or direct-fire systems, and mortar systems and related support components.
The Watervliet Arsenal
is an Army-owned-and-operated manufacturing facility and is the oldest, continuously active arsenal in the United States, having begun operations during the War of 1812.
The demonstration of the CO/O2 trim algorithm is being conducted on a 30 year old 25MMbtu/h dual fuel steam boiler which is part of the boiler plant of Watervliet Arsenal
in Watervliet NY.
The machine design team was led from within ARL, but had team members from Watervliet Arsenal
and Benet Laboratory.
Army employees at Letterkenny Army Depot, Pennsylvania; Anniston Army Depot, Alabama: Red River Army Depot, Texas: Sierra Army Depot, California; Watervliet Arsenal
, New York; Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois: and Crane Ammunition Activity, Indiana, are working three shifts a day to produce the Army-designed kits.
UDLP resurrected one of the six 105 mm prototypes and installed a 120 mm gun designed at the Army's Watervliet Arsenal
Navy, IMO, Kamatics Corp., Samsung America, Volvo Flygmotor AB, Fiat Avio S.p.A, Watervliet Arsenal
, Textron Lycoming, United Technologies, General Electric, and many others.
* Malcolm Pirnie, Inc: Pilot landfarming treatment system for Watervliet Arsenal
That's what manufacturing personnel learned after dealing with the problems arising from an earlier design for conveyors, that were used for up to seven years in metal turning at the Watervliet Arsenal
in Watervliet, N.Y.
The company established a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the US Army's Watervliet Arsenal
(WVA), New York that will effectively employ WVA as a subcontractor to the company on many mortar components, it said and added that it will turn the MOU into a public-private partnership and combine the best industry practices with proven Army manufacturing expertise and support the Program Executive Office Ammunition mission to strengthen the Army's organic manufacturing capabilities.
Since 1813, the Watervliet Arsenal
has dealt with countless ebbs and flows of declining defense budgets that have led to production contracts being canceled, reduced, or simply not ordered.