Ethan Sterenfeld

Ethan Sterenfeld is an associate editor for Inside the Army. He previously worked as a local reporter for newspapers in Pennsylvania and Wyoming. He is a 2020 graduate of Princeton University, where he was president of the University Press Club.

Archived Articles
The Insider | July 27, 2022

The U.S. Army's multibillion-dollar light tank program and expected growth in European defense spending should begin to lift revenues in General Dynamics' combat vehicle segment around 2024, according to a company executive.

Daily News | July 27, 2022

The Army has made an internal decision about how it will replace the 155 mm towed howitzers that have been sent to Ukraine, and it might include purchasing a different system, according to Doug Bush, the service's acquisition executive.

Daily News | July 21, 2022

The Army has ordered two battery-electric vehicles to test their ability to complete military missions and refine requirements for the planned electric Light Reconnaissance Vehicle.

The Insider | July 20, 2022

The Army will host an industry day Aug. 30 on a new shoulder-launched munition that will combine anti-armor and anti-structure roles, according to a notice posted today.

The Insider | July 20, 2022

The technology behind a cannon that could fire 1,000 miles failed to mature enough for the program to proceed along a development pathway before a science and technology effort was canceled earlier this year, Army Under Secretary Gabe Camarillo told reporters today.

The Insider | July 19, 2022

The Senate Armed Services Committee wants the Army to run a competition and consider all manufacturing approaches when the Extended Range Cannon Artillery moves from prototype to serial production, according to a new draft defense policy bill.

The Insider | July 19, 2022

Army end strength will fall by more than previously announced in fiscal years 2022 and 2023, but there are currently no plans to cut brigade combat teams or other units, Gen. Joseph Martin, the vice chief of staff, said today.

The Insider | July 15, 2022

The Army has awarded General Dynamics Land Systems a $280 million, five-year contract to procure Trophy active protection system ready kits for M1 Abrams tanks, according to a July 7 contract announcement.

Daily News | July 14, 2022

There were clear risks to the Army's effort to replace the aging Bradley Fighting Vehicle.

The Insider | July 13, 2022

Oshkosh Defense has received a $130 million order from the Army to install the Medium Caliber Weapon System on another 95 Stryker combat vehicles, the company announced today.

The Insider | July 13, 2022

Lockheed Martin delivered the first M270A2, the newest generation of the Army's tracked rocket launcher, on July 12, according to a press release from the same day.

Daily News | July 12, 2022

The competitive prototyping phase for the Army's Common Tactical Truck program will inform requirements before another prototyping phase and competition lead to the selection of a single vendor, according to the program manager.

Daily News | July 6, 2022

The first version of the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle won't be "completely" autonomous while it fights when it's fielded around the end of this decade, Army officials told reporters on a July 5 call.

Daily News | July 5, 2022

Advances in digital design and simulation enabled the Army to shrink the number of prototypes it will buy during Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle development, according to Brig. Gen. Glenn Dean, program executive officer for ground combat systems.

Daily News | July 1, 2022

The next round of competition for companies that want to build the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle officially began today, as the Army released the request for proposals for the next two phases of the program to replace the Bradley Fighting Vehicle.

The Insider | July 1, 2022

BAE Systems has won a $299 million contract modification to continue upgrading the Army's self-propelled howitzers, according to a June 30 Pentagon announcement.

The Insider | June 29, 2022

Lt. Gen. Randy George has been nominated to receive a fourth star and become the Army's next vice chief of staff, the service announced June 28 with a slew of other general officer reassignments and promotions.

Daily News | June 29, 2022

The Army will station more support elements in Europe but will not increase the number of brigade combat teams permanently based there, the Defense Department announced today.

Daily News | June 28, 2022

General Dynamics Land Systems has beaten BAE Systems in the competition to produce the Army's new light tank, and it has received an order for the first 26 vehicles, according to an announcement today from the service.

The Insider | June 24, 2022

The House Armed Services Committee wants the Army to explain the requirements process that preceded a $942 million program to add 30 mm cannons to Stryker combat vehicles.

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