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United Launch Alliance Names Gary Wentz Vice President of Government and Commercial Programs


Centennial, Colo. (March 6, 2018) – United Launch Alliance (ULA) has named Gary Wentz, vice president of Government and Commercial Programs. In this role Wentz will lead the mission management, hardware integration, program management and launch services for ULA’s government and commercial customers, as well as the team responsible for ULA’s role in returning human spaceflight to American soil on The Boeing Company’s CST-100 Starliner capsule.

“Gary brings tremendous program management leadership and decades of aerospace experience to this new role,” said Tory Bruno, ULA’s president and CEO. “ULA’s primary focus is on our customers and the critical missions they launch. This new program office maximize customer communications and ensures effective integration of our customer’s requirements into a comprehensive plan.”

Prior to this role, Wentz served as ULA’s vice president of Human and Commercial Systems. At his previous company, he served as the chief executive officer of Stratolaunch Systems Corporation and during the first four years and was instrumental in establishing a small entrepreneurial company and leading the team through all startup activities. In addition, he successfully completed construction and out‑fitting of two large facilities in Mojave, California., to manufacture and assemble the air-launch platform.

Previously Wentz served as a senior executive at NASA and has worked projects onboard SpaceLab, Space Shuttle, International Space Station, 2nd Generation Reusable Launch Vehicle Program, Orbital Space Program, and Exploration Systems.

With more than a century of combined heritage, ULA is the nation’s most experienced and reliable launch service provider. ULA has successfully delivered more than 125 satellites to orbit that aid meteorologists in tracking severe weather, unlock the mysteries of our solar system, provide critical capabilities for troops in the field and enable personal device-based GPS navigation.

For more information on ULA, visit the ULA website at www.ulalaunch.com, or call the ULA Launch Hotline at 1-877-ULA-4321 (852-4321). Join the conversation at www.facebook.com/ulalaunch, twitter.com/ulalaunch and instagram.com/ulalaunch.
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United Launch Alliance Names Gary Wentz Vice President of Government and Commercial Programs


Centennial, Colo. (March 6, 2018) – United Launch Alliance (ULA) has named Gary Wentz, vice president of Government and Commercial Programs. In this role Wentz will lead the mission management, hardware integration, program management and launch services for ULA’s government and commercial customers, as well as the team responsible for ULA’s role in returning human spaceflight to American soil on The Boeing Company’s CST-100 Starliner capsule.

“Gary brings tremendous program management leadership and decades of aerospace experience to this new role,” said Tory Bruno, ULA’s president and CEO. “ULA’s primary focus is on our customers and the critical missions they launch. This new program office maximize customer communications and ensures effective integration of our customer’s requirements into a comprehensive plan.”

Prior to this role, Wentz served as ULA’s vice president of Human and Commercial Systems. At his previous company, he served as the chief executive officer of Stratolaunch Systems Corporation and during the first four years and was instrumental in establishing a small entrepreneurial company and leading the team through all startup activities. In addition, he successfully completed construction and out‑fitting of two large facilities in Mojave, California., to manufacture and assemble the air-launch platform.

Previously Wentz served as a senior executive at NASA and has worked projects onboard SpaceLab, Space Shuttle, International Space Station, 2nd Generation Reusable Launch Vehicle Program, Orbital Space Program, and Exploration Systems.

With more than a century of combined heritage, ULA is the nation’s most experienced and reliable launch service provider. ULA has successfully delivered more than 125 satellites to orbit that aid meteorologists in tracking severe weather, unlock the mysteries of our solar system, provide critical capabilities for troops in the field and enable personal device-based GPS navigation.

For more information on ULA, visit the ULA website at www.ulalaunch.com, or call the ULA Launch Hotline at 1-877-ULA-4321 (852-4321). Join the conversation at www.facebook.com/ulalaunch, twitter.com/ulalaunch and instagram.com/ulalaunch.