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
Daily News | December 28, 2021

The Army used modified M1 Abrams tanks as platforms for next-generation technology at this fall's Project Convergence 21 experiment, helping to flesh out the service's concepts for the future battlefield, Army officials told Inside Defense in an interview earlier this month.

The Insider | December 22, 2021

BAE Systems will deliver prototypes of the most recent upgrade to the Army's armored recovery vehicle in 2022, after the company received a $79 million modification Nov. 23 to its existing other transaction agreement for the vehicle, the company announced Dec. 21.

The Insider | December 22, 2021

General Dynamics European Land Systems has won a contract to upgrade a bridging system for Stryker and some airborne infantry brigades for use in Arctic conditions, according to a Dec. 17 Army announcement.

Daily News | December 21, 2021

The Army and Marine Corps will need to submit reports to Congress about measures they are taking to prevent accidents during ground vehicle training under a provision in the fiscal year 2022 defense authorization bill.

The Insider | December 17, 2021

The Army approved the newest upgrade to the Bradley Fighting Vehicle for a conditional materiel release on Dec. 13, an Army spokeswoman told Inside Defense this week.

The Insider | December 16, 2021

The Army announced today upcoming rotations of three brigades to South Korea, Europe and the Middle East.

The Insider | December 14, 2021

The brigade that conducts operational testing next year on the Army's new armored personnel carrier will be the first to have the most recent versions of all of the service's ground combat vehicles.

Daily News | December 14, 2021

The Army does not plan to upgrade all of its M1A2 Abrams tanks to the SEPv3 standard before it begins production of the SEPv4, Brig. Gen. Glenn Dean, the program executive officer for ground combat systems, said in a Dec. 9 interview.

Daily News | December 13, 2021

The Army will send a draft request for proposals to industry next month for the next phase of the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle competition, Maj. Gen. Ross Coffman, director of the Next-Generation Combat Vehicle Cross-Functional Team, told Inside Defense in a Dec. 9 interview. (UPDATED)

Daily News | December 10, 2021

Production line upgrades in support of one of the Army's priority modernization programs have already been delayed by the lack of a fiscal year 2022 defense appropriations bill, and more delays will come if continuing resolutions extend far into the second quarter, according to the Army.

Daily News | December 9, 2021

Oshkosh Defense, Navistar Defense, Isometrics and Schutt Industries have been selected to build prototypes of a new water tank and trailer that the Army will use to support company-sized units.

Daily News | December 8, 2021

Army proposals to award multiyear helicopter procurement contracts and delay a cruise missile defense system were included in a compromise fiscal year 2022 defense authorization bill, which the House approved Tuesday night.

Daily News | December 8, 2021

The Army would be required to notify Congress of any "significant" force structure changes, including changes to echelon-above-brigade headquarters or long-range fires units, under the final version of the fiscal year 2022 defense policy bill.

Daily News | December 3, 2021

The Army should prioritize insulating its power projection infrastructure against cyberattacks, given that the service will not have the funding to protect all its systems in the cyber domain, Terry Mitchell, the principal cyber adviser to the Army secretary and chief of staff, said Dec. 2.

Daily News | December 2, 2021

The Army plans to complete its first-ever operational energy strategy in the spring of 2022, Lt. Gen. Duane Gamble, the deputy chief of staff for logistics (G-4), told a House panel Dec. 2.

The Insider | December 1, 2021

The Army's upcoming hypersonic missile and other ground-based, long-range fires will likely be fielded in the United States, rather than in allied countries near China, according to Army Secretary Christine Wormuth.

Daily News | December 1, 2021

Infantry and Stryker brigades will play a valuable role in a potential future fight against China, the Army secretary said in a policy speech Dec. 1 at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

The Insider | November 29, 2021

Oshkosh Defense has received a $592 million order for Joint Light Tactical Vehicles, the Army announced Nov. 24.

The Insider | November 24, 2021

Foreign-built prototypes should be eligible for inclusion in the upcoming competition to provide a new suite of heavy tactical trucks for the Army, according to a recently released set of government responses to industry questions about the program.

Daily News | November 24, 2021

CHAMBERSBURG, PA -- The Army's 35 priority acquisition programs grab most of the attention about what the service's chief of staff calls a once-in-four-decades modernization push.

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