Chuck Dabundo is vice president, Engineering and Chief Engineer for Boeing Military Aircraft (BMA) where he provides functional leadership and maintains the engineering integrity of Boeing Military Aircraft products. In this role, he is a member of the BMA Leadership, and BDS Engineering leadership teams.Prior to leading BMA Engineering, Dabundo served as vice president and program manager for BMA Vertical Lift’s Cargo Helicopter programs with responsibility for the successful execution of the U.S. Army and Special Operations Forces Chinook programs along with international programs in 18 countries.Previously Dabundo was vice president and program manager for P-8 Programs, including the P-8A Poseidon for the U.S. Navy and the P-8I for the Indian Navy. There, he was responsible for development, production and delivery of the 737-based advanced multi-mission airplane designed to conduct long-range anti-submarinewarfare and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. Dabundo also served as theV-22 Osprey chief engineer during the engineering, manufacturing, development (EMD)and initial production phases of the program.Dabundo has a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from DrexelUniversity and a Master of Science in mechanical and aeronautical engineering from Princeton University. He is a member of the SAE International Aerospace Control and Guidance Systems Committee and the American Helicopter Society.