Dennis Manvell joined Ameripack as a Packaging Engineer in 2019 after 20 years of honorable service in the United States Air Force. During his time serving our country, he was the Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge of Engine Management for the McDonnell Douglas F-15 Strike Eagles.
He has a total of 14 years of experience in Aerospace Propulsion and inspections where he overhauled aircraft engines on 5 different airframes to include E-3 Boeing 707 AWACS to ensure their longevity, managed all aspects of maintenance, performed continuous process improvement, and supervised, managed, and trained the future women and men of the Air Force. From there, he was selected to partner with the United States Marines Corps and trained Servicemembers as the lead Bell Boeing CV-22 ‘Osprey’ Propulsion Instructor. In 2012, he spent 3 months training with our Italian Allies in Naples, Italy on the Alenia C-27 ‘Spartan’ aircraft and then deployed to Afghanistan where he trained, mentored, and advised Afghan Nationals on all aspects of engine maintenance from basic tool usage to engine maintenance, inspections, installation, and operational checks. He was awarded two degrees in Aviation Maintenance Technology and Instructor of Technology and Military Science by the Air Force and upon his retirement, he focused his drive for quality, design, and detail as he trained for his new career with Ameripack. He brings with him a knowledge of military logistics, operations, and excellence. Dennis is an avid car enthusiast, has participated in Hot Rod Power Tours, Camaros for Heroes, LS Fest, and is an active member in the Sports Car Club of America, where he participates in time attack racing events.