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Soldiers from 3rd Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment look on intently as a training specialist deployed from TACOM Detroit Arsenal explains how the Common Remotely Operated Weapons Station can be mounted on a vehicle during operator training at Bagram Air Field. CROWS has a sensor suite and fire control software. It


Rachel Johnstone, TACOM Life Cycle Management Command historian, looks through a collection of photographs from the 1960s and 1970s that were recently returned to the history office after being discovered in a Michigan homeowner’s basement. (Photo by Cathy Segal, November 2016) The Detroit Arsenal Tank Plant, built in 1940, wa


The Prototype Integration Facility at the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center, where the first five “super configuration” mine-resistant, ambush-protected prototype vehicles (known as MRAPs) equipped with Capability Set 13 assets are being built. The MRAP configurations include Soldier Network Extension, Point of Presence, Vehicular Wireless Package,

Life on the Arsenal

A Bradley Fighting Vehicle waits for a 1947 Buick Roadmaster and other vintage and contemporary military, commercial and private vehicles and motorcycles to pass by before it joins the cruise. The vehicles were taking part in Detroit Arsenal’s first Cruisin’ at the D auto show and cruise. (Photo by Cathy

Exploring the Local Area

Detroit Red Wings Alumni goalie Gregg Malicke blocks the net against a shot from Michigan Warriors player Chris Hervey while John Blum attempts to clear the puck during a charity match in Plymouth, Michigan. The Alumni won 7-5 after two 25-minute periods. Each member of the Warriors team is a


IG emphasizes resourcefulness, confidentiality

Story by Cathy Segal on 01/13/2017 DETROIT ARSENAL If a commanding general wanted to pick someone to be an extension of his or her eyes, ears, voice and conscience among the workforce, he or she might be drawn to someone who has seen the Army from both inside and out.

Detroit Arsenal vets put disabilities on ice for hockey

Story by Cathy Segal on 12/21/2016 DETROIT ARSENAL "It's free, it's fun, it's hockey!" With Joe Louis Arena, home of the 11-time Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings, less than 20 miles away, statements like that are not unusual around Hockeytown's closest military installation. But Chris Hervey, a labor relatio

TACOM unit provides advice, support for emergency fuel, water issues

Story by Cathy Segal on 12/21/2016 DETROIT ARSENAL Although the Doobie Brothers and Linda Ronstadt weren't singing about the quality of water when they sang "Black Water" and "Blue Bayou," respectively, it wouldn't have mattered to the Army's Petroleum and Water Systems experts. Whether the water is black, blue, fresh,
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