Mr. Dubberly brings over 37 years of experience in aircraft structural design, analysis, testing, and fleet management. Mr. Dubberly’s strengths include development of structural design requirements currently used on all Navy Aircraft, as well as pioneering efforts in developing and introducing composite structures on Navy aircraft, and developing and implementing a fleet structural management philosophy, based on individual aircraft diagnostics. Previously, Mr. Dubberly spent over a decade as Head of the Structures Division at Naval Air Systems Command, following an 11-year career as an engineer for NAVAIR Structures focusing on Fighter/Attack aircraft strength. Mr. Dubberly holds a M.S. in Structural Engineering from George Washington University and Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology.