ERCA Autoloader is being tested for first time at - Army

ERCA Autoloader is being tested for first time at - Army

US Army Extended Range Cannon Artillery (ERCA) Autoloader

Mar 23, 2021 · After a successful live-fire test of the U.S. Army's US Army Extended Range Cannon Artillery (ERCA) System limited-capacity autoloader at Yuma Proving Ground in June 2019, the Picatinny engineers who developed it have …

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ERCA Autoloader is being tested for first time at Yuma

US Army Extended Range Cannon Artillery (ERCA) Autoloader

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YPG Outpost - United States Army

Feb 09, 2018 · 19 Aug - ERCA Autoloader is being tested for first time at YPG 05 Aug - YPG hosts ATEC Commander's Conference and Commanding General praises workforce and talks modernization 08 Jul - Office of Management and Budget officials visit YPG

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PdM PFM: Article - United States Army

Mar 18, 2021 · It was the second time Picatinny facilities have live-fired integrated autoloader technologies from a Paladin platform, the first being a limited capacity auto loader demonstration in June of 2019. The test objectives were to verify integrated hardware and software auto loader technology maturation in a live-fire environment prior to proceeding

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Anniston Army Depot - Community | MyBaseGuide

ERCA Autoloader is being tested for first time at Yuma Proving Ground Aug 15, 2019 – MyBaseGuide Story by Ana Henderson on 08/15/2019 Rome wasn't built in a day but they were laying bricks every…

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Army Test Nails a 43.5-mile Artillery Shot — Is a 1,000

Aug 15, 2019 · Testing of the limited capacity autoloader is being conducted from a prototype M109A7 which has been modified and integrated with the ERCA Armament System. Mechanical Engineer Joe Troll, Integration and Demo …

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Picatinny's Extended Range Cannon Artillery autoloader

Aug 15, 2019 · By ERCA Autoloader is being tested for first time at Yuma Proving Ground August 15, 2019 1 / 6 Show Caption + (Photo Credit: U.S. Army) VIEW ORIGINAL Rome wasn't built in a day… but they were

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ERCA Autoloader is being tested for first time at Yuma

Aug 15, 2019 · Testing of the limited capacity autoloader is being conducted from a prototype M109A7 which has been modified and integrated with the ERCA Armament System. Mechanical Engineer Joe Troll,

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ERCA Autoloader is being tested for first time at Yuma

Mar 23, 2021 · US Army Extended Range Cannon Artillery (ERCA) Autoloader Begins Testing. After a successful live-fire test of the U.S. Army's US Army Extended Range Cannon Artillery (ERCA) System limited-capacity autoloader at Yuma Proving Ground in June 2019, the Picatinny engineers who developed it have refined a faster autoloader and have succeeded in conducting …

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Combined Arms Mindset Being Adopted by Army Modernization

Army engineers at the Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey have developed a faster autoloader that they tested in December. The Army tested ERCA during its …

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The Army is 'making artillery great again'

Mar 11, 2020 · The Army is 'making artillery great again'. The Army completed its test of the Extended Range Cannon Artillery system (ERCA), hitting a target over 40 miles away. YUMA PROVING GROUND, Ariz

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Extended-range cannon to get autoloader within five years

Mar 27, 2019 · Extended-range cannon to get autoloader within five years. By Jen Judson. Mar 26, 2019. Extended-range cannon artillery will be an improvement to the latest version of the Paladin self-propelled

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U.S. ARMY YUMA PROVING GROUND, YUMA, ARIZONA 85365

Mar 18, 2021 · -- After a successful live-fire test of the Army's Extended Range Cannon Artillery (ERCA) limited-capacity autoloader at Yuma Proving Ground in June 2019, the Picatinny engineers who developed it

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Anniston Army Depot - Community | MyBaseGuide

ERCA Autoloader is being tested for first time at Yuma Proving Ground Aug 15, 2019 – MyBaseGuide Story by Ana Henderson on 08/15/2019 Rome wasn't built in a day but they were laying bricks every…

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Extended Range Cannon Artillery autoloader begins testing

Mar 23, 2021 · The autoloader for the Extended Range Canon Artillery is intended to speed up the rate of fire for greater lethality. In bottom right section of this photo, the Army Vice Chief of Staff, Gen. Joseph M. Martin, observes the second …

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The Army accidentally released the wrong name for its

Sep 20, 2021 · The Army's next-generation artillery system can nail targets at twice the range of the service's existing howitzers, but apparently it will …

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ERCA Autoloader is being tested for first time at Yuma

US Army Extended Range Cannon Artillery (ERCA) Autoloader

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Army's Long-Range Fires Leader Details ERCA Autoloader

Jun 19, 2019 · ERCA Autoloader is being tested for first time at Yuma Proving Ground [Image 2 of 3] YUMA PROVING GROUND, AZ, UNITED STATES 06.19.2019 Photo by Ana Henderson U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground Subscribe

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The Army is 'making artillery great again'

Mar 11, 2020 · The Army is 'making artillery great again'. The Army completed its test of the Extended Range Cannon Artillery system (ERCA), hitting a target over 40 miles away. YUMA PROVING GROUND, Ariz

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[R&D] US Army ERCA/SLRC : GlobalPowers

The M1299 was first test fired at White Sands in 2018 and the programme itself was slated to end development in 2024 to produce a working product, however funding issues due to the Joint Service Missile Dominance programme that resulted in a huge amount of US Army money going towards its own rocket artillery programmes meant that funding for

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