Space Industry Veteran James Chilton Joins All Points Advisory Board, Will Assist in Launching Space Prep

SPACE COAST-BASED ALL POINTS HAS OPERATIONS IN 26 STATES

Space industry veteran James Chilton has joined Space Coast-based All Points Logistic’s Advisory Board and will assist the All Points leadership team in developing its business growth strategy and customer relationships, while helping to launch Space Prep, the company’s growing launch support service program.

Former Senior Vice President of  Boeing Defense, Space & Security will assist the All Points leadership team in developing its business growth strategy and customer relationships, while helping to launch Space Prep, the company’s growing launch support service program.

MERRITT ISLAND • FLORIDA’S SPACE COAST – Space industry veteran James Chilton has joined Space Coast-based All Points Logistic’s Advisory Board and will assist the All Points leadership team in developing its business growth strategy and customer relationships, while helping to launch Space Prep, the company’s growing launch support service program.

Chilton is a former Senior Vice President of the Space and Launch division of Boeing Defense, Space & Security.

In his previous role as senior vice president at Boeing he led support for the International Space Station, the CST-100 Starliner commercial crew vehicle, NASA’s Space Launch System, government and commercial satellite systems and Boeing’s participation in United Launch Alliance.

Prior to that, Chilton led Boeing’s Network & Space Systems, which included much of the current Space and Launch portfolio.

Chilton, a graduate of Harvard Business School’s advanced management program, also recently served as Board Chair of United Space Alliance and currently serves as a Board Director for the Space Foundation, Board Member of the International Astronautical Association, and as the Managing Partner for The Canaveral Group consulting firm.

All Points’ Space Prep program provides all launch support services and infrastructure necessary to move a spacecraft from the factory to the launch pad.

Their new multi-user facility, coming to the Kennedy Space Center region and targeted to open by December 2026, will include an integrated package of Spacecraft Processing Centers and Spaceport Logistics/Centers.

“Jim brings extensive space industry experience, knowledge, and management acumen to All Points,” said Phil Monkress, All Points CEO. “We are excited to have his guidance and advice as we expand All Points and Space Prep into new business and new partnership opportunities.”

“Jim brings extensive space industry experience, knowledge, and management acumen to All Points,” said Phil Monkress, All Points CEO.

“We are excited to have his guidance and advice as we expand All Points and Space Prep into new business and new partnership opportunities.”

For 27 years, Merritt Island, Florida-based All Points has been a leading solutions provider to a diverse array of government and commercial customers, now with operations in 26 states across the USA.

“Our dedicated and diverse team has award-winning expertise in payload processing, integrated logistics, modeling and simulation, and other technical specialties,” said Monkress.

The company offers development and systems integration in mission critical domains, such as space, defense, and cyber. In 2021, All Points developed Space Prep to focus exclusively on space launch infrastructure-as-a-service.

All Points will expand the Space Prep development team in 2024 as facility designs are completed and construction begins by the end of the year.

For more information, visit AllPointsLLC.com or SpacePrep.com.

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