Robotic Systems Joint project Office - Fort Leonard Wood

Lau, Wayland; Stevens, Joseph
May 2010
Engineer;May-Aug2010, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p66
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the Robotic Joint Project Office (RSJPO) Fort Leonard Wood (FLW) office in Missouri. It describes the missions and operations of RSJPO FLW which includes conducting all operational assessments on all robotic systems and maintaining specialized robotics and equipment. An overview of RSJPO headquartered in Warren, Michigan which provides unmanned ground vehicles for U.S. Army and Marine Corps to combat the threat of improvised explosive devices is given.


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