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2017

August Newsletter

August 15, 2017

Article Titles:

  • Hawkeye 105mm Firing Exercises
  • Mandus Group Receives MG1100 Order
  • Future Artillery and NDIA Follow Up
  • Ready….Set….Go!!
  • Current Events

April Newsletter

April 6, 2017

Article Titles:

  • Hawkeye 105mm Integration with HMMWV
  • Mandus Group Receives HSTRU Orders
  • IDEX Follow Up
  • Current Events

2014

February Newsletter

February 28, 2014

Article Titles:

  • Pop-Up Packs Designed to Assist Disaster Relief Workers
  • PMSKOT Orders Additional 34 HSTRUs
  • The MG1100 Nitrogen Generator Has Been Upgraded With Increased Output and Additional Features
  • Current Events

2013

June Newsletter

June 6, 2013

Article Titles:

  • The Hawkeye has found a New Home…Mounted on a 3/4 Ton Pickup Truck
  • Mandus Group to Provide KJ4000CVs to Rock Island Arsenal
  • The HSTRU Production Line is Going Strong

2012

October Newsletter

October 1, 2012

Article Titles:

  • The Hawkeye 105mm Weapon System Completes First World Tour and Second Phase of Testing
  • The MG1100 Nitrogen Generator Solves the Logistical Problems of Obtaining Nitrogen Gas in the Field
  • Mandus Group and LTC Collaborate to Provide Laser-Based Artillery Gun Tube Inspection
  • Current Events

March Newsletter

March 27, 2012

Article Titles:

  • Mandus Group has Signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with Benet Labs
  • Current Events
  • 155mm Soft Recoil Howitzer Program has Commenced
  • The Hawkeye 105mm Weapon/Vehicle System Begins the Next Phase of Testing
  • TACOM has Contracted Mandus Group to Manufacture KJ1000 Nitrogen Intensifiers

2011

November Newsletter

November 22, 2011

Article Titles:

  • Watervliet Arsenal has Formed a Public/Private Partnership with Mandus Group
  • Current Events
  • Mack’s Sherpa Provides Ideal Platform for the Hawkeye
  • The Hawkeye Test Fired Live Rounds at Camp Grayling
  • Mandus Group has been Awarded a Contract to Deliver 233 HSTRUs

September Newsletter

September 21, 2011

Article Titles:

  • Mandus Group Goes the Extra Mile in Customer Service
  • Current Events
  • Welcome to The Next Step in The Evolution of Light Artillery
  • The Hawkeye Passes Its First Test With Flying Colors
  • A Quick Look at The Hawkeye’s Cutting Edge Digital Fire Control System

August Newsletter

August 15, 2011

Article Titles:

  • Mandus Group, Ltd is Certified ISO 9001 for the 8th Straight Year
  • Mandus Group Can Service Both ERLS and Tritium Fire Control Systems
  • Mandus Group Offers Fire Control Repair and Training
  • The MG7100 Series of Barrel Cleaning Systems Can Drastically Reduce the Time and Energy Associated in Removing Copper from Howitzer Barrels

July Newsletter

July 15, 2011

Article Titles:

  • The Exterior Renovation of Mandus Group Headquarters Has Begun
  • Mandus Group Has Contracted The Rock Island Arsenal (RIA) to Assist in the Manufacturing Process for Hydraulic System Test and Repair Units (HSTRU)
  • Mandus Group Interns Are Gaining Valuable Experience Working on a New Lightweight Howitzer Project
  • The KJ4000LW and KJ4000CV Oil Transfer Systems are Indispensable Components in Maintenance Processes for Artillery

June Newsletter

June 1, 2011

Article Titles:

  • Mandus Group is Now Incorporated in Canada
  • Gymnasticators and Exercisers Can Provide Substantial Savings in Time and Money When Overhauling and Rebuilding Howitzers
  • The 52-Caliber Barrel Modification Can Dramatically Increase the Range of The 155mm M198 Howitzers
  • The MG4500 Mini Oil Transfer Unit is now The Official Replacement to The M3 Oil Pump

May Newsletter

May 1, 2011

Article Titles:

  • The M198 Howitzer is an Economic, Reliable, and Effective Towed Artillery System
  • Mandus Group Set to Inspect and Repair 120 M198 Howitzers Destined for Iraq and Thailand
  • Anniston Army Depot has Contracted Mandus Group to Build an M119 Recuperator Exerciser