A local soldier is in Virginia competing in an event to find the U.S. Army’s “best warrior.”
The AMI business unit of England’s Ultra Electronics said Thursday it had secured an $870,000 contract to provide 30 of its solid oxide fuel cells to the U.S. Army’s Rapid Equipping Force.
A Michigan Technological University graduate with a brother in the Army has designed a toy truck to search roadsides and vehicles for improvised explosive devices.
The Pentagon says a 25-year-old U.S. Army sergeant from Saginaw has been killed in fighting in Afghanistan.
For two weeks, vascular surgeon Kevin Nolan of Southfield volunteered to treat wounded American soldiers transported from Afghanistan and Iraq to the U.S. Army’s Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany.
Lake Orion-based Advanced Defense Vehicle Systems said Tuesday it had withdrawn as a competitor for the Army’s Ground Combat Vehicle Program.
Ann Arbor-based Adaptive Materials, a manufacturer of fuel cells powered by propane, has been awarded $1 million to conduct a manufacturing research project for the United States Army. The focus of Adaptive Materials work will […]
Redford Township-based Alternative Fuel Technology LLC, a subsidiary of Alternative Fuel Technologies Inc. (Pink Sheets: AFTC), announced that the company had been selected for negotiation and the possible award of a Phase II Small Business […]
To mark 10 successful years of advancing the commercialization of green vehicle technology, the Hybrid Truck Users Forum is bringing its 2010 HTUF National Conference and Ride and Drive back to its roots: the Motor […]