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 | June 23, 2022

The Army wants to hear what replacement options for the Tube-launched, Optically tracked, Wire-guided antitank missile contractors could demonstrate as early as the third quarter of fiscal year 2024, according to a June 21 request for information.

Daily News | June 21, 2022

House appropriators expressed support for the Army's main program to modernize heavy trucks and questioned why the service has not asked to spend more on it in a report accompanying their draft of the fiscal year 2023 defense spending bill.

The Insider | June 21, 2022

The Army has reduced the number of vehicles that each company will have to produce in the prototype phase of the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle competition, to a maximum of 11, in a last-minute update to the draft request for proposals for the program's next phases.

Daily News | June 16, 2022

The Senate Armed Services Committee has voted to fund a pair of combat vehicle programs above the Army's fiscal year 2023 budget request by half-a-billion dollars, setting up a possible point of disagreement with its House counterpart.

Daily News | June 15, 2022

A draft bill from the House Armed Services Committee would resurrect the Army's plan to build a cannon that can fire 1,000 miles, which the service put on ice this year following years of congressional concerns.

Daily News | June 15, 2022

The Army plans to release a requirements document this summer for a new 3-kilowatt generator, which could power future microgrids as part of a suite of tactical power systems, according to an official responsible for the program.

The Insider | June 14, 2022

Lockheed Martin will recapitalize and upgrade 15 British tracked rocket launchers, so they can fire new missiles that the U.S. Army is developing, under a $33 million contract that the Pentagon announced June 9.

The Insider | June 13, 2022

GM Defense will pursue and manage business in international markets through a newly created legal entity, the company announced today.

The Insider | June 10, 2022

Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control has delivered the first five Sentinel A4 radars to the Army, according to a June 8 press release from the company.

Daily News | June 9, 2022

A House panel wants more information from the Army on industrial base capabilities for short-range air defense missiles for which stocks have been depleted amid the war in Ukraine, such as the Stinger.

Daily News | June 8, 2022

A House panel wants the Army to produce a trio of reports on ground vehicle autonomy, according to proposals released today for the annual defense policy bill.

Daily News | June 7, 2022

A modular architecture that will accompany the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle program could split different components of an active protection system among different vehicles in a formation, according to an official from the program executive office for ground combat systems.

Daily News | June 7, 2022

The ongoing war in Ukraine has renewed interest in equipping Stryker combat vehicles in Europe with active protection systems, which could defend vehicles against antitank missiles, according to an Army official responsible for Stryker acquisition.

Daily News | June 7, 2022

The Army will scrap some Stryker combat vehicles that are currently in Alaska and send others to prepositioned stocks as it transitions a brigade combat team in the state from a Stryker to an infantry formation, according to Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville.

Daily News | June 3, 2022

The Army has sent a team from one of its academic centers to Europe to study the war in Ukraine and revise its own doctrine on multidomain operations, Gen. Paul Funk, leader of Training and Doctrine Command, said June 1.

The Insider | May 31, 2022

Teledyne FLIR has won a $79 million Army contract to support "enhanced robotic payloads," according to a May 24 Pentagon contract announcement.

The Insider | May 31, 2022

The Army awarded Raytheon a $625 million contract last week to produce Stinger missiles through June 2026, which should replenish stocks of a missile that the service relies upon but has not bought in two decades, according to a Pentagon contract announcement.

The Insider | May 27, 2022

Maj. Gen. Milford Beagle Jr., currently in charge of the 10th Mountain Division, will receive a third star and become the next commander of the Combined Arms Center, according to an Army announcement.

Daily News | May 27, 2022

Permanently stationed forces in Europe are more "operationally effective" than rotational forces, according to President Biden's nominee to become the top military commander in the region.

Daily News | May 25, 2022

The Army is on track to finish a two-year effort to prototype two hybrid-electric Bradley Fighting Vehicles this summer, a service official said today.

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