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 | February 18, 2022

The Army will have to organize itself around mass for future large-scale combat operations, rather than the precision that has been its focus for the past two decades, the director of the Futures and Concepts Center said Feb. 16.

Daily News | February 17, 2022

The Army probably will not spend the maximum $21.9 billion value of its contract for virtual reality headsets unless Microsoft upgrades the system, according to the service's acquisition executive.

The Insider | February 16, 2022

Lt. Gen. Duane Gamble has been suspended from his position as the Army's deputy chief of staff for logistics (G-4) amid an investigation into allegations that he fostered a toxic work environment, according to an Army spokeswoman.

The Insider | February 16, 2022

GM Defense has joined General Dynamics Land System's team for the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle, the companies announced today.

Daily News | February 14, 2022

Allocating a greater share of its budget to personnel than the other military services might lessen the blow that rapid inflation deals to the Army's bottom line this year, according to a researcher at the Institute for Defense Analyses.

Daily News | February 10, 2022

There is no reason for the Army to change any of its six priority modernization goals, but hard choices are in store for the 35 materiel programs that support them, Gen. James McConville, the Army’s chief of staff, said today.

The Insider | February 9, 2022

The Army released a solicitation today for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle follow-on contract, which is estimated to be worth $7.3 billion.

Daily News | February 9, 2022

The Army aims to produce carbon-free energy at all its bases, buy more electric cars, reduce its operational fuel consumption and more under a climate strategy it released Feb. 8.

Daily News | February 8, 2022

The military and Sikorsky completed the first autonomous flight of a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter without humans inside on Feb. 5, according to an announcement today from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

Daily News | February 7, 2022

The National Guard will replace the current self-propelled howitzers in two of its artillery battalions with the new extended-range version the Army is developing, according to a spokesman.

The Insider | February 4, 2022

Navistar Defense will sell medium tactical vehicles and spare parts to Iraq under an $87 million contract, according to a Jan. 26 Pentagon contract announcement and an Army spokeswoman.

Daily News | February 3, 2022

Six companies won a total of $4.3 million in December to integrate their robotic software with the Army's modular open system for ground vehicle autonomy.

The Insider | February 2, 2022

Last year's Global Posture Review probably will not lead the Army to transfer any of its prepositioned stocks from one region of the world to another, according to the general who oversees the stocks.

Daily News | February 1, 2022

Gen. Edward Daly, the leader of Army Materiel Command, will meet with senior service leaders and lawmakers in the next month to discuss plans to spend $16 billion over 15 years on organic industrial base modernization, he said today on a call with reporters.

The Insider | January 31, 2022

Rheinmetall plans to hire more engineers at its facility in Maine to develop situational awareness, fire control and turret technologies for the U.S. combat vehicle market, the company announced last week.

The Insider | January 31, 2022

The military will not publicly release unclassified details from its assessment of the Stryker infantry carrier’s new antitank missile system, according to a report released last week from the Pentagon’s top weapons tester.

Daily News | January 28, 2022

The Army and BAE Systems have fixed a problem with the newest version of the Bradley Fighting Vehicle, so that its turret no longer releases toxic fumes into the crew cabin, according to an annual report released Jan. 27 by the Pentagon's top weapons tester.

Daily News | January 27, 2022

Initial operational testing of the Infantry Squad Vehicle last year revealed continued problems with the Army's new off-road troop carrier, the Pentagon's top weapons tester said in his annual report.

The Insider | January 27, 2022

Each Extended Range Cannon Artillery piece could cost a little less than $6 million once the system reaches production, according to an Army listing.

Daily News | January 26, 2022

Pressure on the Army budget will probably reduce combat vehicle revenue at General Dynamics in the coming years, the company's chief executive said today.

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