Capt Cameron Rouleau is the Recruiting Officer, Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps Detachment 340 and Professor of Aerospace Studies at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA. His responsibilities include overseeing the training of cadets to become officers in the United States Air Force.
Capt Rouleau graduated from USAFA (United States Air Force Academy) with a degree in Business Administration and Management. He received his commission through the Academy, entering into the Air Force as an Acquisitions Officer.
Capt Rouleau is a Program Manager by trade and has led sustainment efforts for multiple billion-dollar programs with the Aerospace Managements Systems and Theater Battle Control Divisions at Hanscom AFB, MA. Most recently he was the Test Team Lead for the development of modernized GPS receivers at the Space and Missile Center in Los Angeles AFB, heading a 60-member team for the fielding of next-generation land, air, and sea navigation systems.
2015 Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Management, United States Air Force Academy
2020 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Ala.
Aug 2015 - Sep 2019, Project Manager, Hanscom AFB
Sep 2019 – May 2021, Test Team Lead, Los Angeles AFB
May 2021 – Present, ROTC Instructor, Worcester MA
MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS
Air Force Commendation Medal