Jack is an Operations Engineer responsible for the airworthiness, development, design, integration, and flight testing for the Agency’s aircraft fleet. His most recent assignment is the Flight Operations Manager of the joint NASA/Boeing X-66 Sustainable Flight Demonstrator, where he is responsible for establishing the Airworthiness for the lifecycle of the vehicle. Prior to that, Jack was the Lead Operations Engineer on the F/A-18 Support Aircraft Fleet, an Operations Engineer on the F-15 supersonic platform and on the DC-8 airborne science platform, being a certified Mission Controller and Mission Director for both platforms, respectively. Jack was also the Operations Engineering Deputy Branch Chief (Detailee) at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center.

Earlier in his NASA career, Jack was an Aerodynamics Research Engineer contributing to high-speed supersonic research. Prior to his time with NASA, Jack was a Systems Design Engineer at Solar Turbines, Inc with the Oil & Gas industry.

Jack received his B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of California, San Diego, M.S. in Flight Test Engineering from the University of Tennessee, Space Institute, and MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles Anderson School of Management.

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