Russell W. Glenn
During his 22-year career with the U.S. Army, Russell W. Glenn served in Korea, Germany, the United Kingdom, and locations throughout the United States in addition to a combat tour with the 3rd Armored Division during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm in Iraq. Russel Glenn was a senior defense analyst with RAND from 1997 to early 2009 after which he joined his current organization, A-T (Anti-Terrorism) Solutions.
Russel Glenn has a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Military Academy and Masters degrees from the University of Southern California (MS, Systems Management), Stanford University (MS, Civil Engineering and MS, Operations Research), and the School of Advanced Military Studies (Master of Military Art and Science). He earned his Ph.D. in American history from the University of Kansas with secondary fields of military history and political science. His military education includes Airborne, Ranger, and Pathfinder qualifications. Publications encompass some 50 books and reports in addition to over 20 articles. Russel Glenn is married to his wife of 34 years, Deirdre B. Glenn. They have two sons, Russell and Andrew.
- Current and future military urban operations
- Nonlethal capabilities
- Shaping/information operations
- Interagency coordination and training
Russell W. Glenn, Counterinsurgency in a Test Tube: Analyzing the Success of the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI), RAND Corporation, 2007
Russell W. Glenn et al., Preparing for the Proven Inevitable: An Urban Operations Training Strategy for America's Joint Force, RAND Corporation, 2006
Russell W. Glenn and Gina Kingston, Urban Battle Command in the 21st Century, RAND Corporation, 2006
Russell W. Glenn et al., Training the 21st Century Police Officer: Redefining Police Professionalism for the Los Angeles Police Department, RAND Corporation, 2003
Russell W. Glenn, Reading Athena's Dance Card: Men Against Fire in Vietnam, Naval Institute Press, 2000