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 | January 25, 2022

Oshkosh Defense has developed a hybrid-electric version of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, the company announced today.

Daily News | January 25, 2022

The Army will implement most of its planned force structure changes, such as the return of the division as the center of tactical action, by 2030, a service official told Inside Defensein a Jan. 20 interview.

Daily News | January 25, 2022

The Army plans to provide an Extended Range Cannon Artillery battalion as a supplement to existing artillery units in its heaviest divisions, which have three armored brigades, according to an official at the Combined Arms Center.

The Insider | January 24, 2022

The initial production effort for the Army's next-generation heavy tactical truck could be worth $5.1 billion for 7,265 vehicles, according to a Jan. 24 Army notice.

Daily News | January 21, 2022

Leaders of the 40th Infantry Division found a problem with their January 2020 Warfighter exercise: it took place in a city, but the computer software that it relied on could not accurately simulate urban warfare.

Daily News | January 19, 2022

Army Futures Command assumed administrative control of the Army's capability managers from Training and Doctrine Command on Oct. 1, according to an Army spokesman.

The Insider | January 19, 2022

Teledyne FLIR has combined its surveillance and unmanned solutions segments and promoted a pair of executives to vice president roles in the new organization, the company announced Jan. 18.

Daily News | January 18, 2022

Dismounted infantry is the foundation of the Stryker brigade's fighting power, and that will not change as modernization programs make Stryker vehicles more lethal, according to the Army official responsible for coordinating the brigades' doctrine, training, personnel and materiel requirements.

The Insider | January 18, 2022

QinetiQ has hired Shawn Purvis as the CEO of its U.S. operations, the company announced Jan. 17.

The Insider | January 13, 2022

Rheinmetall has entered a joint venture with a U.S. company to supply an important part of electric vehicle systems, the German company announced Jan. 11.

The Insider | January 13, 2022

The Army's second battery set of hypersonic missiles would be delayed by a year if Congress does not pass a new budget and funds all of fiscal year 2022 through continuing resolutions, the vice chief of staff of the Army told a congressional committee Jan. 12.

Daily News | January 12, 2022

The military has forward-deployed a high-powered microwave from the Air Force in the past year to defend fixed sites against drone swarms, an Army official said today.

Daily News | January 12, 2022

The Army will assemble a prototype of its Long-Range Cannon and move it to Yuma Proving Ground, AZ, this year, according to the director of the service's long-range precision fires cross-functional team.

The Insider | January 10, 2022

The Army released a pair of requests for information Jan. 7 to assess industry capabilities to prototype a possible wheeled 155 mm self-propelled howitzer.

The Insider | January 10, 2022

BAE Systems has received a $97 million modification to its contract to build the Army's self-propelled howitzers, according to a Jan. 7 Pentagon announcement.

The Insider | January 7, 2022

Northrop Grumman has successfully completed a static test of the rocket motor for the Army's Precision Strike Missile in extreme cold conditions, the company announced this week.

The Insider | January 7, 2022

A cannon with a range of greater than 1,000 miles that the Army could test in fiscal years 2024 and 2025 is the Strategic Long-Range Cannon, although a different name was used in a recently posted environmental notice, according to an Army spokesman.

Daily News | January 6, 2022

The Army plans to shoot artillery rounds 1,180 miles over the Pacific Ocean in fiscal years 2024 and 2025 to test a next-generation cannon, according to a recently filed environmental notice.

The Insider | January 6, 2022

The Army released a market survey Jan. 5 to determine whether any companies besides the planned vendor can supply the specialized supercharge and stub charges that will be required for the Extended Range Cannon Artillery to reach its full range.

The Insider | January 5, 2022

The Army's Combat Capabilities Development Command recently hired its first permanent chief technology officer, according to a Jan. 3 announcement.

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