Maximilian Kwiatkowski

Maximilian Kwiatkowski was an associate editor of Inside the Army until February 2019. Prior to covering defense, he was an intern reporter in Springfield, IL, covering state politics for the State Journal-Register. Other publications he's worked at include the Madison Press in central Ohio and Crain's Chicago Business. Maximilian is finishing a master's degree in public affairs reporting from the University of Illinois Springfield and has two bachelor's degrees from Loyola University Chicago. He was born and raised in the Chicago suburbs.

Archived Articles
Daily News | September 6, 2018

The Army has been paying out three-year bonuses as an incentive to retain experienced pilots, according to the service's aviation head.

Daily News | August 30, 2018

Near the end of next week, the Army expects to receive white paper concepts from industry for a new battlefield heads-up display, a program the service estimates may cost more than a half-billion dollars.

Daily News | August 24, 2018

The Army will soon issue a solicitation for Future Attack Recon Aircraft concept designs, according to a service program manager.

The Insider | August 22, 2018

As the Army prioritizes multidomain operations for the future of Long Range Precision Fires, the maximum range of artillery may not be the most important feature, according to a service engineer.

The Insider | August 17, 2018

The Army recently met with industry to lay out its plans for maintaining and updating the Apache attack helicopter until the Future Vertical Lift aircraft is fielded.

Daily News | August 15, 2018

The Pentagon is asking Congress to approve a $648 million funding shift to accelerate a developmental Army heads-up display program championed by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis' close combat lethality task force, according to a document obtained by Inside Defense.

The Insider | August 14, 2018

General Dynamics Land Systems was awarded a contract to produce new heads-up display units for the Army's Abrams tank.

The Insider | August 14, 2018

The Army's annual cyber prototyping experiment next spring will focus on how cyberspace electromagnetic activities can support and defend forces, as well as give commanders non-lethal options.

The Insider | August 10, 2018

The Army seeks industry feedback on ideas for potential investments in airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance sensors for manned and unmanned platforms, according to an Aug. 8 request for information posted on Federal Business Opportunities.

Daily News | August 10, 2018

The Army through a cyber support program is getting commanders to bring electronic warfare and information operations to the forefront of training exercises.

The Insider | August 7, 2018

Advanced Technology International has been selected to develop guided-missile technologies for the Army.

The Insider | August 7, 2018

The Army is hosting industry days this week for the Apache development and modernization effort in Huntsville, AL.

Daily News | August 3, 2018

When it comes to the plethora of threats in cyberspace, the Army should consider a host of options --  not just cyber -- to counter them, according to Lt. Gen. Stephen Fogarty, head of Army Cyber Command.

The Insider | August 1, 2018

The Army has awarded Inter-Coastal Electronics Inc. a contract to produce a prototype location device to help train Army personnel.

The Insider | July 27, 2018

The Army wants an air vehicle than can be flown by two pilots, just one or piloted from the ground for it's Future Attack Recon Aircraft the service told industry reps in late June.

The Insider | July 26, 2018

Army forces in the Middle East must be able to employ innovative methods to increase mobility, according to a service official.

Daily News | July 26, 2018

With big promises from the Army, Congress wants questions answered on the service's Future Vertical Lift and Mobile Protected Firepower programs.

The Insider | July 24, 2018

Congress is pushing the Army to look into fielding an interim anti-cruise missile defense system after finding a gap in the service's capabilities. (UPDATED)

The Insider | July 20, 2018

The Army's Initial Maneuver Short-Range Air Defense system is considered a short-term solution for the service and a Congressional Research Service report stated that may be an issue for lawmakers.

The Insider | July 20, 2018

The Army wants to select multiple designs when it gets to the final phases of the Next Generation Unmanned Aircraft System.

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