Home of the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command HQ, the Detroit Arsenal is has played a vital role in our nation’s defense since the start of World War II.
The Integrated Logistics Support Center (ILSC) is responsible for sustaining war-fighting readiness.
The Program Executive Office Combat Support & Combat Service Support manages 350+ Army systems, including several joint service programs, across all phases of their lifecycle.
The Program Executive Office Ground Combat System is responsible for the lifecycle management of the Army’s ground combat systems.
The Program Executive Office Soldier ensures solders are equipped and trained to use today’s high-tech equipment.
The Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense, System of Systems Engineering & Integration Directorate works to deter, detect and deal with the consequences of weapons of mass destruction.
Ground Vehicle Systems Center (GVSC), is the nation’s laboratory for advanced military vehicle technology and other related topics. The organization produces solutions in state-of-the-art in ground vehicle survivability, mobility, intelligent systems, maneuver support and sustainment and researches, develops, engineers and integrates advanced technology into ground systems and support equipment, such as smaller, lighter, more mobile and survivable ground vehicles; enhanced lightweight armor for better ballistics protection; enhanced fuels, lubricants; and water supply and waste water treatment.
The Next Generation Combat Vehicle Cross Functional, Army Futures Command Team was established as part of the Army’s modernization strategy. The team consists of hand-selected military and civilian personnel, who are charged with narrowing or closing Cross Domain Maneuver capability gaps. The CFT serves as the primary Army integrator for Under Secretary of the Army/Vice Chief of Staff of the Army and Army Requirements Oversight Council decision for all supporting analysis, modeling, simulation and technical demonstrations. The NGCV CFT synchronizes the capability development process, and then rapidly transitions the requirement to a leader-approved capability into the Army Acquisition System.
The current NGCV CFT portfolio encompasses the Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle, or AMPV; Mobile Protected Firepower, or MPF; Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle, or OMFV; future robotic combat vehicles, or RCV; and the next generation main battle tank.
The Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) manages the Small Business Program for the Commander of the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command.
The Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center is a year-round training facility with maximum training potential for cold weather scenarios.
The Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center is a premier, full-spectrum, four-season joint training center for the Michigan National Guard.
The Fort Custer Training Center provides training facilities for the Michigan National Guard and other branches of the armed forces from nearby states..
Situated in Battle Creek, the 110th Attack Wing provides aerial support and combat readiness to our nation.
Based at the Selfridge Air National Guard Base, the 127th Wing provides trained, equipped and motivated tanker, fighter and support resources for the community, state and nation.