Mr. E. Glenn Case IV serves as the Director of Propulsion and Structures at Generation Orbit. Mr. Case is responsible for a host of tasks including the design, analysis, manufacture, and integration of launch vehicle primary and secondary structures, fluid systems, and propulsion systems. Previously, Mr. Case worked at Blue Origin as a Propulsion Design and Development Engineer within the BE-3 and BE-4 engine programs. Beyond this, Mr. Case also performed engine system level risk analysis and served as the propulsion lead for CAD and PLM tools. In addition to his experience with Blue Origin and other new-space companies, Mr. Case also held a position with Jacobs Engineering at NASA Stennis Space Center within the Test Operations Group. There he performed fluid/structural analysis and shepherded test facility design efforts for the J-2X engine integration at the A-2 test stand. At Stennis, he was also charged with developing analytic tools to model high flow, high-pressure cryogenic propellant supply systems. Mr. Case holds a Master of Science degree from the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Purdue University with a concentration in propulsion and a minor in Computational Science and Engineering. He also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tulane University.