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Joint Services Small Arms Section Annual Symposium,
Exhibition, Firing Demonstration & Plant tour

12 - 15 May 2003

Kansas City, MO


Tuesday, May 13, 2003

The U. S. Coast Guard Maritime Strategy for Homeland Security

Affects and Limitations on Ammunition Resulting from the War on Terrorism

Session I

Session II

Session III

Session IV

  • Objective Crew Served Weapons (OCSW), Mr. Glen Berg
  • XM307 Program Reliability Growth, Ammunition Development and Advanced Technology Demonstration Tests, Mr. Ralph Mazeski
  • Lightweight Family of Weapons and Ammunition for the Objective Force Warrior, Ms. Kori Spiegel
  • Recoil Reduction in the Barrett Model 82A1/XM107 and XM109, Dr. Stephen C. Small
  • MEMS based Safe & Arm Development for the XM29 (OICW) Weapon System Update, Mr. Camilo Sanchez

Session V

 

Wednesday, May 14, 2003

Affects of the Global War on Terrorism on an American Defense Contractor

Session VI

Session VIII

Session IX

Session X

  • Lake City Army Ammunition Plant (LCAAP) Independence, MO Alliant Lake City Small Caliber Ammunition Company, Mr. Scott S. Beck
  • 5.56 mm Case Mouth Waterproofing Product Development For High-Speed Manufacturing, Mr. Steve Hawk
  • Advantages of the ARMS PROGRAM from the Contractor Perspective, Mr. Jay Bell
  • Product Manager Individual Weapons Briefing to NDIA, LTC Matthew T. Clarke