The AETC Fuze & Precision Armament Technology Lanyards come with Black Color Lanyard Straps With Red/Blue/White 3 Color Logo Printed Safety Lanyards. Lanyard straps
are black color heavy duty models. Total lanyard straps length: 36". Silk screen
imprinted with red, white and blue American Flag color logo. Lanyard hardware attachments:
curved safety breakaway buckles, metal
swivel hooks (j-hooks).
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"Armaments Engineering &
Technology Center - AETC.
The mission of the Armaments Engineering and Technology Center is to be a Center of Excellence for Armament Systems and Munitions technologies and to create a workforce with world class engineers and scientists who can transform technologies and advanced concepts into weapon systems for the battlefield of today and tomorrow.
AETC has the responsibility to generate a balance of armament technologies investments, including evolutionary and most importantly "disruptive" technologies, such as the Electromagnetic gun and Directed Energy Weapons using multiple sources including in-house, industry, other government labs, academia and foreign sources. Technology investment must be virtually continuous-weeding and feeding.
A brief description of each Competency Directorate under AETC is as follows:
Weapon Systems and Technology: Responsible for generating technologies and execution of life-cycle research, development, engineering, design, producibility engineering, sustainment and national/international standardizing programs related to weapons and weapon systems.
Energetics, Warheads, and Environmental Technology: Responsible for life cycle research and engineering on all energetic materials, and components for munition systems. This directorate is also responsible for research and development on all warheads and their components.
Munitions Systems and Technology: Responsible for performing life cycle engineering for all munition systems to include tank artillery, mortar, small and medium caliber rockets, shoulder fired and recoilless, demolition munitions as well as vehicle protection systems.
Fuze and Precision Armaments Technology: Responsible for providing fuze and precision core competency capability, life cycle support for fuzing and fuze setting systems for army munitions and core competency capability associated with the life cycle support of components and component integration relevant to precision/smart gun fired munitions.
Fire Control Systems and Technology: Responsible for planning and executing technology base and life cycle systems engineering for armament fire control systems both hardware and software, sub-systems, and associated battlefield digitization sub-systems including test, measurement and diagnostic equipment and training devices.
Explosive Ordnance Disposal: Responsible for providing EOD functional support to U.S. munitions developers. Also, it is responsible for developing EOD procedures for safe disposal of U.S. and foreign conventional munitions.
These Competency Directorates are designed to consolidate personnel with similar, synergistic talents or competencies under one management structure. This consolidation promotes greater cross-fertilization of technologies and therefore greater depth, making the organization more agile and responsive to adjust to large program terminations or start-ups.
These Directorates are ultimately accountable for growing the capabilities of the workforce and, through coordination with the Enterprise Management organization and Armament Systems Integration Center, ensuring that use of the AETC workforce is maximized through participation on Integrated Product Teams and other work assignments to support the rapid and consistent maturation of technologies and technology solutions.
AETC also has the responsibility for continuing modernization of facility assets so that ARDEC remains a "state of the art" organization. New technologies or advanced concepts generated by AETC will be coordinated with elements of the Enterprise Management Office and together these ideas can be promoted to various customer agencies for Army and Joint Service User interest and funding resources.
In short, AETC will provide Soldiers with state-of-the-art weapon systems through innovation and research. The most important asset of AETC will be its world-class personnel. AETC will create a work atmosphere where employees perform at their best within world-class facilities to create and integrate technologies into weapon systems at a rapid pace to satisfy the needs of our ultimate customer, the Soldier."
|Specifications: 5/8" Silk Screen Imprinted Custom Lanyards: Precision Armament Technology Lanyards - Black Color Lanyard Straps With Red/Blue/White 3 Color Logo Printed Safety Lanyards.|
|1. Width of Lanyards:||5/8".|
|2. Length of Lanyard Webbing/Straps:||36". Optional Length: Any custom length available, like 12", 14",18",20",22",24",32",42",48" and more.|
|3. Lanyard Webbing/Straps Material:||High quality and heavy duty polyester webbing, non-wrinkle lanyard straps.|
|4. Colors of Lanyard Webbing/Straps:||
|5. Type of Logo:||Silk screen imprinted.|
|6. Imprint Colors:||White, blue and red 3 color logo.|
|7. Font of Text Logo:||Bodoni MT Condensed.|
|8. Lanyard Hardware Attachments:||Curved safety breakaway buckle on the back of neck and metal swivel hooks (j-hooks).|
|9. Available Standard and Optional Lanyard Hardware Attachments:||
|10. Lanyard Applications:||Used as Technology Team ID lanyards or Project ID neck lanyards.|
|11. Lanyard Minimum Order:||100 Pieces.|
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