Evan Ochsner

Evan Ochsner is an Army reporter. He was previously a reporter for The Colorado Springs Gazette and The Colorado Sun and is a graduate of Northwestern University.

Archived Articles
The Insider | September 6, 2022

Anduril Industries will provide command-and-control software for American Rheinmetall Vehicles' bid to build the Army's Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle, the companies announced Tuesday.

The Insider | September 2, 2022

The Army this fall will deploy a Stryker brigade combat team to replace an armored brigade combat team in Korea, following through on a change in unit type the service announced earlier this year.

Daily News | September 1, 2022

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, MD -- When given the opportunity at think tanks, multinational conferences or congressional hearings, Army leaders consistently emphasize the service's ability to provide command-and-control capabilities in the Indo-Pacific as part of the joint force's effort to counter China's influence in the region.

Daily News | August 31, 2022

Sierra Nevada Corp. is making a $200 million bet on a modified corporate jet that can provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities from afar, as the Army continues to demonstrate a high level of interest in the capability.

Daily News | August 31, 2022

The Army has grounded its fleet of CH-47 Chinooks after it discovered fuel leaks that caused engine fires in multiple helicopters.

Daily News | August 29, 2022

The Army has awarded a $1.1 billion contract to General Dynamics to provide 250 upgraded Abrams tanks to Poland, formalizing an order that had been anticipated for months, the service announced Aug. 25.

The Insider | August 26, 2022

The State Department on Thursday approved a proposed $2 billion sale of Black Hawk helicopters to Australia.

Daily News | August 26, 2022

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, MD -- The Army has nearly completed fielding the first suite of technologies that will revolutionize its ability to communicate and send and receive data, which has laid the groundwork for a number of "big bets" the service says will further prepare it to fight near-peer adversaries.

Daily News | August 25, 2022

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, MD -- As companies like SpaceX continue to expand their satellite networks, the Army sees an opportunity to harness commercial technology in support of tactical communications.

The Insider | August 22, 2022

BAE Systems will produce the Army's new specialized arctic vehicle after it was awarded a $278 million contract, the Pentagon announced Monday.

The Insider | August 22, 2022

Oshkosh has received five new patents for technology featured in its hybrid-electric Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, the company announced Monday.

Daily News | August 22, 2022

The Army's new Black Hawk variant has completed initial operational test and evaluation, the Utility Helicopters Project Office announced Monday.

Daily News | August 19, 2022

The Army has agreed to purchase a vertical-takeoff-and-landing drone system from AeroVironment that will be tested as a replacement for the RQ-7B Shadow, the service announced Thursday evening.

Daily News | August 18, 2022

The Army has begun to realize the benefits of its unified network, the service's deputy chief of staff said Thursday, before outlining the progress it needs to make in the coming years to improve the capability.

Daily News | August 17, 2022

GM Defense will partner with American Rheinmetall Vehicles in a bid to provide the Army with its Common Tactical Truck, the companies announced Wednesday.

Daily News | August 16, 2022

Boeing and Norway-based Nammo have successfully test-fired a long-range precision projectile that achieved thrust via a next-generation technology that harnesses forward velocity, the companies announced last week.

The Insider | August 12, 2022

The Army will temporarily deploy a 260-soldier sustainment brigade to Europe this fall in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the service announced Friday.

Daily News | August 12, 2022

The head of the Army's rapid capability development unit on Wednesday said China's strong development of hypersonics was due to a major head start over the U.S. and called on the defense industry to harden its cyber defenses against China and other adversaries.

Daily News | August 10, 2022

The Army will deliver its first battery of high-energy lasers to Ft. Sill, OK by the end of next month, the head of the service's rapid capability development department said Wednesday.

Daily News | August 8, 2022

The Army will allow contractors vying to provide prototypes of the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle to apply for economic price adjustments as the country faces high inflation, according to a request for proposals amendment issued Friday.

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