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Brig. Gen. Christopher Schneider, Program Executive Officer (PEO) Soldier, addresses Col. Douglas Copeland, outgoing Project Manager for Soldier Maneuver and Precision Targeting (PM SMPT), during a relinquishment of charter ceremony held on Fort Belvoir, July 14. The ceremony marked the disestablishment of PM SMPT after more than 20 years of providing Soldiers with capabilities designed to enhance lethality, mobility and survivability. (U.S. Army Photo by Jason Amadi, PEO Soldier Public Affairs)
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Col. Douglas Copeland, outgoing Project Manager for Soldier Maneuver and Precision Targeting (PM SMPT), turns over the organizational charter to Brig. Gen. Christopher Schneider, Program Executive Officer (PEO) Soldier, during a relinquishment of charter ceremony held on Fort Belvoir, July 14. The ceremony marked the disestablishment of PM SMPT after more than 20 years of providing Soldiers with capabilities designed to enhance lethality, mobility and survivability. (U.S. Army Photo by Jason Amadi, PEO Soldier Public Affairs)
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Col. Douglas Copeland, outgoing Project Manager for Soldier Maneuver and Precision Targeting (PM SMPT), receives the Legion of Merit from Brig. Gen. Christopher Schneider, Program Executive Officer (PEO) Soldier, during a relinquishment of charter ceremony held on Fort Belvoir, July 14. The ceremony marked the disestablishment of PM SMPT after more than 20 years of providing Soldiers with capabilities designed to enhance lethality, mobility and survivability. (U.S. Army Photo by Jason Amadi, PEO Soldier Public Affairs)
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Col. Douglas Copeland, outgoing Project Manager for Soldier Maneuver and Precision Targeting (PM SMPT), addresses the audience turns over the organizational charter to Brig. Gen. Christopher Schneider, Program Executive Officer (PEO) Soldier, during a relinquishment of charter ceremony held on Fort Belvoir, July 14. The ceremony marked the disestablishment of PM SMPT after more than 20 years of providing Soldiers with capabilities designed to enhance lethality, mobility and survivability. (U.S. Army Photo by Jason Amadi, PEO Soldier Public Affairs)
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PEO Soldier held a change of charter ceremony as Brig. Gen. Christopher Schneider assumed responsibility as the organization’s leader from Maj. Gen. Anthony Potts, at the National Museum of the United States Army, at Fort Belvoir on June 21st. Soldiers, Department of the Army civilians and family members and friends of the ceremony participants filled Veterans Hall for the event, presided over by Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology (ASA ALT), Mr. Douglas Bush.
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Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology Mr. Douglas Bush thanks Maj. Gen. Anthony Potts for his service as Program Executive Officer, PEO Soldier, at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, June 21, 2022.
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Brig. Gen. Christopher Schneider receives the Army Acquisition Corps flag from Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology Mr. Douglas Bush, signifying his assumption as Program Executive Officer for PEO Soldier, during a change of charter ceremony at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, June 21, 2022
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Brig. Gen. Christopher Schneider receives the charter as Program Executive Officer, PEO Soldier, from Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology Mr. Douglas Bush, at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, June 21, 2022
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Celebrating 20 Years of PEO Soldier
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Brian Martin, an instructor for Program Executive Office, Soldier, launches the Soldier-Borne Sensor (SBS) during an Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment (AEWE) force-on-force field demonstration held on Fort Benning, March 4. The demonstration at the AEWE event showcased the practical application of the SBS, Nett Warrior and artificial intelligence working in tandem to enhance the situational awareness of the Soldier.
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Raymond Fields, operational lead for Project INCISIVE, receives feedback from Soldiers after a force-on-force exercise during an Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment (AEWE) demonstration held on Fort Benning, March 3. The demonstration at the AEWE event showcased the practical application of the SBS, Nett Warrior and artificial intelligence working in tandem to enhance the situational awareness of the Soldier.
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Jeffrey Haskins, an Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment (AEWE) analyst, receives feedback from Soldiers during an Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment (AEWE) force-on-force field demonstration held on Fort Benning, March 4. The demonstration at the AEWE event showcased the practical application of the Soldier-Borne Sensor, Nett Warrior and artificial intelligence working in tandem to enhance the situational awareness of the Soldier.
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Master Sgt. Trevor Denny, senior enlisted advisor for Project Director Soldier and Squad Integration and Brian Martin, an instructor for PEO Soldier, observe actions through the Soldier-Borne Sensor during an Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment (AEWE) force-on-force field demonstration held on Fort Benning, March 3. The demonstration at the AEWE event showcased the practical application of the SBS, Nett Warrior and artificial intelligence working in tandem to enhance the situational awareness of the Soldier.
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The Soldier-Borne Sensor flies over an Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment (AEWE) force-on-force field demonstration held on Fort Benning, March 3. The demonstration at the AEWE event showcased the practical application of the SBS, Nett Warrior and artificial intelligence working in tandem to enhance the situational awareness of the Soldier.
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Soldiers check their Nett Warrior End User Devices during an Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment (AEWE) force-on-force field demonstration held on Fort Benning, March 4. The demonstration at the AEWE event showcased the practical application of the SBS, Nett Warrior and artificial intelligence working in tandem to enhance the situational awareness of the Soldier.
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Raymond Fields, operational lead for Project INCISIVE, assists Soldiers with their Nett Warrior end user devices during an Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment (AEWE) force-on-force field demonstration held on Fort Benning, March 3. The demonstration at the AEWE event showcased the practical application of the Soldier-Borne Sensor, Nett Warrior and artificial intelligence working in tandem to enhance the situational awareness of the Soldier.
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