Wes Fulton is founder and CEO of Fulton Findings™. Mr. Fulton worked as an aircraft - actuation - projects program engineer employed at AiResearch Los Angeles Division, AlliedSignal Aerospace Corporation (now Honeywell), and Moog for 16 years. As a program engineer for maneuvering fly-by-wire flight controls, he had engineering and management responsibility for Taiwan's Indigenous Defensive Fighter leading edge flap actuation system (LEFAS) development and production, the Rockwell/MBB X-31A LEFAS flight test program, and General Dynamics' F-16 Fighting Falcon LEFAS deployment support. While at AiResearch, he co-patented a multi-fuseable shaft for use in a high performance drive-train. Mr. Fulton has over 25 years of programming experience as a private programmer. He developed the first widely-used Weibull Engineering software, WeibullSMITH™. He wrote SuperSMITH™, the widely adopted software package for variability analysis, including WinSMITH™ Weibull and WinSMITH Visual programs. His assurance-index concept combines reliability and confidence into a single metric. His Justified-Likelihood-Function (JLF) and Fulton-Factor (FF) reduce bias in design-comparison applications. He has presented Dr. Bob Abernethy's Weibull-Lognormal Analysis Workshop hundreds of times for businesses, government organizations, and engineering societies in the U.S. and internationally. He is a contributor to Dr. Abernethy's standard Weibull reference, The New Weibull Handbook©. He received his B.S. in mechanical engineering from Georgia Tech and his M.S. in mechanical engineering from California State University at Long Beach.