ACP Manufacturing Lead
United States Air Force
Craig Neslen is the Air Force manufacturing lead for composites structures manufacturing supporting the Autonomous Collaborative Platforms initiative at the Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton OH. For the past 9 years, Craig has led the strategic planning and execution of structures manufacturing centric activities related to the ACP initiative which includes contract management and in-house research efforts. Craig works closely with vehicle design and structural test personnel from the Aerospace Systems Directorate as well as personnel from the Office of Naval Research to jointly identify, plan, sponsor and execute contract programs that will result in lower cost, faster throughput composite components. Craig received his BS in Aerospace Engineering from Arizona State University, an MS in Materials Science from the Air Force Institute of Technology and served as an active duty Air Force member for 8 ½ years.
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