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Weapon Systems 2012 - USA

Weapon Systems 2012 - USA

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Published by: A.T.O on Mar 23, 2012
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Dear Reader:
Heidi Shyu
Acting Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology) and Army Acquisition Executivete rst oo, rst strie avantage wit unpreceente spee, accuracy, an etaity.Soldiers are our most important customers. They are the focus of all our plans and are central to all that we accomplish. We are a workforce thatis dedicated to meeting the needs of Soldiers around the clock and around the world. We are an organization comprised of 10 Program ExecutiveOffices, two Joint Program Executive Offices, eight Deputy Assistant Secretaries, one Deputy for Acquisition and Systems Management, andseveral major subordinate commands of the U.S. Army Materiel Command.The Army Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology community joins with our key stakeholders to develop and field a versatile and affordable mix of weapon systems and equipment to allow Soldiers and units to succeed in full-spectrum operations and maintain our decisive advantage overany enemy we face. We make Soldiers strong by providing them with leading-edge technologies and advanced capabilities to dominate in our current operations across the battlespace, while simultaneously preparing them to respond decisively to future threats.In proviing our Soiers wit wor-cass capaiities, we remain aware tat our most important asset is our peope. Our sie an eicateprofessionals execute diverse responsibilities on a daily basis to enable the disciplined management of an extensive acquisition portfolio of programs that include tactical wheeled vehicles; Soldier systems; air and missile defense; network; simulation; aviation; ground combat systems;intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance; and precision fires. These responsibilities include science and technology as well as research and development, program management, contracting, systems engineering, procurement policy, logistics policy, chemical weapons destruction and demilitarization, defense exports and international cooperation, and other areas.As we move forward, I will continue to emphasize sound business practices, program management, and effective execution of major weaponssystems while we help the Army to prioritize capabilities and modify existing programs to achieve long-term success. With this in mind, I think all of you realize the future resource environment will be challenging. We can expect that budgets are going to be tighter, which means we have tobecome a lot more efficient in the way we do business. Every day America’s Soldiers put mission, unit, and country first. They serve with distinction in nearly 135 countries worldwide: Afghanistan,Iraq, Bosnia, Kuwait, the Sinai, South Korea, the Philippines, and on every continent. They face threats that constantly evolve, and their skill and courage in meeting these challenges is second to none. As you read this publication and learn more about the Acquisition, Logistics, andTecnoogy community an our major acquisition programs, you wi unerstan tat our igest priority is to continuay improve orce protection and Soldier survivability. Soldiers are our most important customers. We will not let them down.

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