Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)

Mr Michael Huggins started his engineer career with Rockwell International in 1985, and joined the United States Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory in 1987. From 1993–94, he served as the Deputy Director of the Phillips Laboratory Propulsion Engineering Division overseeing development projects for space access, missile defence propulsion, and the beginning of the technology research for USAF ICBM strategic sustainment initiative. Since 1997, Mr Huggins has worked in several positions at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), responsible for the micro and nano-satellite technology roadmap, and directing exploratory research and development programs related to advanced missile, rocket, and spacecraft propulsion. Currently, Mr Huggins is technical counsellor to the Director on Systems Engineering and Programmatic Matters. He leads ‘systems of systems’ concept developments across the AFRL directorate’s divisions and outside agencies for various air and space platforms.

Information provided is current as of July 2017

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