Steve Bouley is Vice President, Launch Vehicle & Hypersonics Systems for Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne. He has responsibility of managing programs related to liquid rocket engine design, manufacturing, and launch support as well as technology and development propulsion systems for multiple commercial and government customers. These programs include the RS-68, RL10, RS-27, RD-180, X-51, LRASM, and others. These programs operate primarily at four of PWR’s six geographic sites. LVHS provides the booster and upperstage propulsion RS-68, RL-10 and RD-180 (RD AMROSS JV) for the Atlas V and Delta IV Launch Vehicles produced and launched by United Launch Alliance. Steve is also currently the Chairman of the Board of Directors of RD AMROSS, the joint venture between Russia’s NPO Energomash and PWR that provides the RD-180 booster engine for the Atlas V launch vehicle. A native of Rhode Island, Bouley joined Rockwell International in 1980 as a development engineer on the Peacekeeper Program at the company’s Rocketdyne Division. He held increasingly responsible positions in engineering and management since then on engine programs for the Peacekeeper, Delta and Atlas launch vehicles, as well as in advanced propulsion and technology programs including the X-33 Aerospike. In late 2003, Bouley became Division Director of Expendable Propulsion Programs, including the RS-68, RS-27 and MA-5A engine programs. He was named General Manager of PWR’s California Operations in 2005, where he was responsible for the company’s operations in Canoga Park and De Soto and had a leadership role in the merger of Rocketdyne with Pratt & Whitney’s space business to form Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne. He managed PWR’s West Palm Beach facility from September 2008 to February 2011. Bouley graduated with a BS degree in mechanical engineering and applied mechanics from the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, RI. He studied for an MS degree in mechanical engineering at California State University at Northridge, has a certificate in program management from West Coast University, and in August 1999 received his MBA from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. Bouley is also a registered Professional Engineer in Mechanical Engineering in California.