Army depot looks at Futures Command efforts to guide its own modernization

By Ethan Sterenfeld / November 24, 2021 at 8:00 AM
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. But other parts of the service are modernizing as well. Army Materiel Command has announced plans to spend $16 billion over the next 15 years upgrading its organic industrial base -- 26 arsenals, depots and ammunition plants around the country. Officials at Letterkenny Army Depot, an organic industrial base location, have looked at the...

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