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
The Insider | July 18, 2018

A retrofit to a defective part on the Army's AH-64E Apache helicopters is expected to be finished by December 2019, according to a service spokesman.

The Insider | July 17, 2018

The Army will be forced to delay fielding its Black Hawk UH-60V prototype if Congress does not approve the Defense Department's fiscal year 2018 omnibus reprogramming request, according to DOD.

The Insider | July 17, 2018

More than $104 million in appropriations could be reprogrammed to procure 3,609 Enhanced Night Vision Goggle-Binocular systems for the Army.

The Insider | July 13, 2018

Five firms are developing prototypes for the Army's Next Generation Squad Automatic Rifle, according to a notice published Thursday.

The Insider | July 12, 2018

Army Contracting Command-Redstone has proposed an acquisition of potentially hundreds of UH/HH-60 Black Hawk helicopters.

The Insider | July 12, 2018

Cole Engineering Services has been awarded an other transaction agreement by the Army to produce an Air Defense Artillery Long-Term Evolution Orientation Device for use in Army training.

Daily News | July 11, 2018

The first two direct-commissioned officers for the Army's Cyber Command have taken the oath of office at Ft. Benning, GA, and up to five more may be joining their ranks through the service's pilot program.

The Insider | July 11, 2018

The Army Science Board will have a closed meting on July 19 to discuss two 2018 studies, according to a Federal Register announcement posted on Wednesday. 

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