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Chinook Lineage
Starting with the earliest tandem rotor helicopter, the U.S. Army has used the technology on a succession of aircraft that have come to define heavy lift helicopter operations.
The Piasecki CH-25 Mule first flew in 1949 and could initially carry all of four passengers. It was followed by

News / Press Releases

 
July 23, 2013
 
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Product Management Office Signs Collegiate MOU
 
The Army's Project Management Office for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (PM UAS) officially welcomed Mississippi State University faculty and students into their academic outreach program during a signing event held at PM UAS offices on Redstone Arsenal.
 
Officially a memorandum of understanding between the project office and MSU, the agreement was signed by COL Tim Baxter, project manager for PM UAS, and Dr. David Shaw, MSU vice-president for research and economic development.
 
The MOU will support the development of course work at the graduate and undergraduate levels as well as research in the burgeoning field of unmanned aircraft.
 
"Universities see unmanned aircraft technologies as the way of the future and we're seeing more and more schools stand up programs for the research and development of unmanned systems," Baxter said. "This effort will allow the Army to further promote independent research and development at the university level and develop student interest in the Army's UAS program."
 
 

Events

Aug.-Sept. 2013

Brigadier General

Bob Marion

The program executive officer's mission is to provide executive level management of all assigned acquisition programs.

In that capacity, the PEO provides overall direction and integration of assigned weapon system programs and assures effective inter-
face with Headquarters, Department of the Army, as well as other services, combat system developers, and supporting commands and activities.

He optimizes the weapon systems interoperability and standardization and exercises executive level authority and responsibility for program management, technical and quality management, logistics support and readiness management activities of assigned weapon systems.