Naval Air Traffic Management Systems Program

Naval Air Traffic Management Systems Program Office (PMA-213) provides relevant, sustainable, decisive air traffic management capabilities to get the warfighter to, through and back from the fight!  We strive to do this through our program lines of effort:

  • Maintain lethal readiness at the right cost, that is relevant, sustainable and decisive;
  • Delivery capability with increased agility ensuring our team is “rigged for speed” with a focus on accountability, empowerment and taking managed risks;
  • Drive affordable capacity by relentlessly pursuing the best value out of every dollar we steward and eliminating work that does not meet the mission; and
  • Build a workforce to compete and win that will lead with courage, competence, and character and inspire each other to pursue “best ever” performance.


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Captain Walter Massenburg Jr., USN

Program Manager, Naval Air Traffic Management Systems

A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Captain Beau Massenburg graduated from The University Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering in 1998, commissioning through the NROTC program.  After attending Joint Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training (JSUPT) in Enid, Oklahoma and earning his wings in 2000 in Corpus Christi, Texas, he was temporarily assigned to Naval Force Aircraft Test Squadron in Patuxent River, Maryland, prior to completing his P-3C training at Patrol Squadron (VP) 30 in Jacksonville. 

Joining the “Red Lancers” of Patrol Squadron (VP) 10 in Brunswick, ME in 2001, he completed two deployments to 6th Fleet and 4th Fleet supporting ENDURING FREEDOM, JOINT GUARDIAN, DELIBERATE FORGE, VIGILANT SHIELD, CAPER FOCUS and CARIB SHEILD.  He then joined Air Test and Evaluation Squadron Two Zero (VX-20) in 2004, serving as the Administration/Training Officer, Operations Officer, and the P-3 Project Officer for nine NAVAIR 4.5.14 Advanced Acoustics Division and PMA-264 programs.

For his Disassociated Sea Tour he was a Catapult and Arresting Gear Officer (Shooter) on USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75) completing a 5th Fleet Deployment to the Arabian Gulf while graduating from Johns Hopkins University receiving a Master of Systems Engineering. 

In 2009 Massenburg joined the "Pelicans" of Patrol Squadron (VP) 45 on a 7th Fleet deployment for his Department Head Tour.  There he served as the VP LNO on the 7th Fleet Flag Ship USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19), followed by Administration Officer, Safety/NATOPS Officer and Operations Officer. 

During his next tour as the T-45 Mission Systems IPT Lead for PMA-273, he was selected as an Aerospace Engineering Duty Officer with follow on tours as the Airborne Multi-INT Special Missions Class Desk for PMA-290E, the Assault Aircraft Survivability Equipment DPM for PMA-272, and later returned to PMA-290 as the P-8A Industrial Capabilities DPM.

Massenburg was then selected to be the Chief of Staff for PEO(T) prior to joining CSG-5/CTF-70 as the Assistant Chief of Staff for Materiel, Maintenance, Ordnance & Readiness (N4) embarked on the forward deployed USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76), completing two 7th Fleet Patrols.

He has been serving as the NAWCAD Rapid Capabilities Engineering & Integration / Webster Out Lying Field Military Director and the PEO(A) Product Director since 2021.

Massenburg has over 2,200 pilot hours in eight models of jet and prop aircraft. His awards include a Legion of Merit, four Meritorious Service Medals, four Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medals, two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals and various other campaign medals and unit awards.


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