BAE to Feature Army Tech at AUSA Meeting, Exposition

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BAE Systems will feature technology the company has designed for the U.S. Army during the three-day Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington starting Oct. 21.

Adam Zarfoss, artillery program director, will present an artillery system the company is preparing to produce for the Army’s Armored Brigade Combat teams, BAE announced Wednesday.

Bill Staib, director of BAE’s threat management product line director, will discuss helicopters that are designed to counter existing and evolving infrared-guided threats.

Dan Riffee, business development manager, will present a laser-guided rocket that works to launch from the Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System’s newest platform.

Greg Mole, AMPV program director, will talk about the company’s proposal for the Army’s Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle program, through which the branch intends to replace the M113 personnel carrier.

Mike Ervin, ordnance systems innovation and customer relations director, will discuss the company’s munitions technology.

 

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