THE RELLIS CAMPUS — WHERE THE ARMY PUTS THE FUTURE TO THE TEST
The Army Futures Command will use the RELLIS Campus in Bryan, Texas, as its central hub where the newest and most innovative ideas for modernizing the Army are tested and evaluated. To serve the Army, the Texas A&M University System and the state of Texas are creating a $130 million combat development complex on the RELLIS Campus. The aim is to shorten the time it takes to get emerging technologies from the lab to the field and maximize technology capabilities through soldier feedback.
COMBAT DEVELOPMENT COMPLEX
This new, one-of-a-kind complex is comprised of facilities, equipment and instrumentation unmatched anywhere. The research and technology developed in this facility will ensure our national security for decades to come.
The Texas A&M System and the Army Futures Command are looking for researchers and technicians who are at the top of their fields and looking for a challenging, rewarding career working with some of the nation’s top research minds to develop innovative, forward-facing technology.
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In November 2018, General Mike Murray and his staff visited the RELLIS Campus to inspect the Texas A&M System’s capabilities.
|Chancellor John Sharp and Elaine Mendoza, then Vice Chairman of the Board of Regents, welcome Gen. Mike Murray to the Texas A&M campus.||Pictured left to right: Col. Francisco J. Leija, Gen. Mike Murray and Chancellor John Sharp tour the Center for Infrastructure Renewal.||Pictured: General Mike Murray and Chancellor John Sharp confer|
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|Video narrated by Chancellor Sharp that is posted at the top of this page.||This map shows where the Army Futures Command facility will be built at the RELLIS Campus.||Hi-res rendering of the Innovative Technologies Development Complex (Army Futures Facility)|
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