Jeremy D. McLain is a Manager for International S&T Cooperation for the International Cooperation Program in the Business Interface Office of ARDEC's Enterprise and Systems Integration Center. The International Cooperation Program is responsible for planning, development, coordination of international agreements, cooperative projects, personnel exchange, and foreign military sales support among other objectives.
Mr. McLain started his career with ARDEC at Picatinny Arsenal in August 2001. He is responsible for identification, development, and coordination of Science & Technology cooperative opportunities with coalition and partner nations. He engages with ARDEC Subject Matter Experts and foreign counterparts to develop international cooperative opportunities.
Before working in International Cooperation, Mr. McLain worked in the Non-Lethal/Scaleable Effects Branch where he developed non-conventional weapons for Non-Lethal Incapacitation and for Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT).
In the year 2000, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Mechanical) from Arizona State University. In 2003, he earned his Master’s degree in engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken NJ. He subsequently was licensed as Professional Engineer in the State of New Jersey.