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Matthew F Millar, 51874 Ravine Rd, Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849

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874 Ravine Rd, Lk Hopatcong, NJ 07849   

Lake Hopatcong, NJ   

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Oakland, NJ   

Hasbrouck Heights, NJ   

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Matthew F Millar



Company: Beach trading company Jun 2014 Position: Product management/marketing specialist


School / High School: Rutgers University - School of Arts & Sciences- New Brunswick, NJ 2010 Specialities: Bachelor of Arts in American Studies

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Matthew Millar - Somerset, NJ

Beach Trading Company Jun 2014 to 2000
Product Management/Marketing Specialist
Medieval Times - Lyndhurst, NJ Apr 2013 to Jan 2014
Athletic Performer
Manhattan Nyelvstudio - Budapest Aug 2011 to Oct 2012
English Language Teacher
Green Club Networking - Budapest Sep 2011 to Jul 2012
English Language Consultant
Freelance - Budapest Sep 2011 to Jul 2012
Language Tutor
Metuchen Board of Education - Metuchen, NJ Sep 2009 to Jun 2010
Personal Paraprofessional
Metuchen Board of Education - Metuchen, NJ Apr 2007 to Jun 2009
Substitute Teacher for grades Pre-K through 12
Rutgers University - School of Arts & Sciences - New Brunswick, NJ 2010
Bachelor of Arts in American Studies
Oxford Seminars
Certification in TESL/TEFL/TESOL

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Method Of Converting Bomblet To Gun-Launched Grenade

US Patent:
8220395, Jul 17, 2012
Dec 22, 2010
Appl. No.:
Ryan Gorman - Mountain Lakes NJ, US
Philip Magnotti - Westfield NJ, US
James Grassi - Rockaway NJ, US
Matthew Millar - Union NJ, US
James Hamfeldt - Hopatcong NJ, US
The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army - Washington DC
International Classification:
F42B 27/00
US Classification:
102482, 102483, 86 51, 86 56
A Dual Purpose Improved Conventional Munition (DPICM) bomblet may be converted into a gun-launched grenade. The bomblet may include a fuze, a shaped-charge liner, a casing, and explosive material disposed between the shaped-charge liner and the casing. An ogive may be attached to an open end of the bomblet. A generally cup-shaped pusher may be placed over the fuze and attached to the bomblet casing. A conventional cartridge case assembly may be fixed to a fuze end of the bomblet. When the gun-launched grenade impacts a target, the casing may shatter to form shrapnel and a shaped-charge jet may be formed.

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