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.

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Daily News | April 13, 2021

U.S. Army Europe and Africa will receive roughly 500 additional soldiers for a multidomain task force and a theater fires command, the Army announced April 13.

The Insider | April 13, 2021

BAE Systems has delivered its first prototype of the Mobile Protected Firepower light tank to the Army at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, a BAE spokeswoman said late last month.

Daily News | April 13, 2021

Senior Army officials have defended the service's long-range precision fires ambitions in recent days after harsh criticism from the head of Air Force Global Strike Command.

The Insider | April 12, 2021

BAE Systems confirmed today that it is one of the two companies the Army selected to compete for the Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicle, the service's new ground vehicle for the Arctic.

Daily News | April 9, 2021

An extended-range version of the Army's Guided Multiple Rocket Launch System flew more than 135 kilometers in a March 25 test, Lockheed Martin announced.

Daily News | April 8, 2021

It is more likely that the Army's upcoming electric Light Reconnaissance Vehicle will have a hybrid than a pure electric drivetrain, according to officials leading the development and prototyping of the vehicle.

The Insider | April 6, 2021

The Army has awarded two contracts to build prototypes of its new ground vehicle for the Arctic, the Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicle, which will be tested this year at the Cold Regions Test Center in Alaska.

The Insider | April 6, 2021

The Army plans to issue a request for prototype proposals for the third increment of the Combat Vehicle Robotics program, according to an April 5 announcement.

The Insider | April 2, 2021

The M1 Abrams tank could account for 40% of the Army's ground combat vehicle acquisition spending through 2050, according to a Congressional Budget Office projection released yesterday.

The Insider | April 1, 2021

The Maneuver Center of Excellence and the Maneuver Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate will hold virtual industry days April 7-8 to review current and future needs for the Army's maneuver force, according to an April 1 announcement.

Daily News | April 1, 2021

The Army completed a critical design review of Lockheed Martin's Sentinel A4 radar system in February, five months ahead of schedule, the company announced April 1.

Daily News | March 30, 2021

The location of the Army's new multi-domain task forces and long-range precision fires in allied countries will have to be decided at political levels, not by uniformed leaders, the Army chief of staff said today.

The Insider | March 30, 2021

Lockheed Martin has won a $2.8 billion contract to produce Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System warheads and rocket pods, according to a March 26 Army announcement.

Daily News | March 30, 2021

Each Joint Light Tactical Vehicle costs roughly 17% less, on average, than original government projections, according to Michael Sprang, program manager for the Army's joint program office for joint light tactical vehicles.

Daily News | March 26, 2021

Ricardo Defense recently won an $89 million contract for kits to retrofit safety technology onto humvees, which are expected to lower the risk of vehicle rollovers, according to a March 16 Army announcement.

The Insider | March 25, 2021

The Army has selected a commander for its first hypersonic missile battery, the service's chief of staff said March 25.

Daily News | March 24, 2021

Lessons learned from moving combat vehicles between Eastern European countries during a recent deployment will help the Army in the future, leaders from the 3rd Infantry Division's 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team said at a March 24 media roundtable.

The Insider | March 23, 2021

The Army's modernization efforts will require a sustained jump in procurement spending around the end of this decade, but this increase has yet to appear in official planning, according to a March 23 report from the American Enterprise Institute.

Daily News | March 19, 2021

There are five primary ways in which the Army's sustainment operations will support modernization, according to Gen. Edward Daly, the leader of Army Materiel Command.

Daily News | March 18, 2021

The Army will host its second soldier operational experiment for the light and medium Robotic Combat Vehicles from June to August 2022, a service official said March 16 at the Association of the U.S. Army's Global Force Next conference.

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