Project Announcement: Wireless Communications for Improved Operations and Maintenance – Phase IV

The U.S. Army is working with industry and academia to assess the capabilities, lifecycle costs, integration burdens, security, and maintenance implications of seven (7) commercially-available wireless communication systems.  Phase IV will demonstrate how the commercial market, working with the government, can bring new solutions for secured communication concepts and capabilities to the government that create […]

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Project Announcement: Maintenance Solutions for Modernized Flight Control Complex Assemblies – Phase II

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to demonstrate improved maintenance and sustainment solutions for modernized flight control assemblies on a variety of platforms.  The CH 47 used as a surrogate to prove-out the latest technology that will help improve warfighter capability, safety, readiness, and efficiency. To learn more about this project contact […]

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Project Announcement: Lightweight Design for Ground Combat Vehicle Components – Phase II

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia on a multi-phased initiative to evaluate materials that reduce weight without decreasing vehicle safety, with improvements that can be transferred to commercial applications such as personal and commercial vehicles.  Phase II will replicate the integration of a representative ground combat vehicle subsystem so that integration concerns […]

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Project Announcement: Adhesive Performance Improvements to Support Maintenance and Sustainment

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to investigate and validate the performance of a variety of adhesives across various substrates with different surface characteristics supporting the overall lightweighting of vehicles and systems benefiting maintenance and sustainment activities. To learn more about this project contact CTMA@ncms.org. We encourage the participation of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises […]

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Project Announcement: Streamlining Technical Manual Updates

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to streamline the Technical Manual development process for a Cold Weather Start Kit (CWSK) recently installed on the Medium Mine Protected Vehicle (MMPV) and deliver it to the operators and maintainers located in Alaska.  By leveraging current commercial processes and technologies, the goal is to demonstrate […]

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Project Announcement: Additively Manufactured High Temperature Friction Stir Tooling through Thermal Spray Techniques

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to advance the solid-state joining techniques for the U.S. commercial industry by providing a streamlined process and a common approach to new tools to advancing the Friction Stir Tooling material joining processes which are more resistant to heat and will decrease associated maintenance tooling costs. To […]

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Project Announcement: Advanced Radiation Detection Indication and Computation (RADIAC) Technology

The U.S. Navy is partnering with industry and academia to develop four prototype RADIAC and dosimetry simulation tools that can be utilized by commercial, state, and federal entities working with radiological hazards.  Adopting innovative technologies and solutions to create a realistic training scenario will benefit the specific training needs across a multitude of organizations. To […]

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Project Announcement: Enhancing Accessibility of Maintenance and Sustainment Data through Application and System Migration

The U.S. Marine Corps is partnering with industry and academia to evaluate commercial maintenance and supply systems increasing reliability and enhancing accessibility to critical Marine Corps data by demonstrating leading-edge data and technology migration applications and processes across distributed Marine Corps operations. To learn more about this project contact CTMA@ncms.org. We encourage the participation of Disadvantaged […]

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