Anthony D. Rosello
Anthony Rosello is a senior engineer at RAND Corporation. His expertise in technical and aviation operations helps RAND Project AIR FORCE provide analysis to inform senior Air Force leaders' policy decisions. Recent project include work on the cost-effectiveness of modernizing the KC-10 air refueling aircraft; the impacts of upgrading legacy fighters with advanced targeting systems and radars; intratheater airlift capability and the future of the C-130 Hercules transport fleet; provision of U.S. air support to the Iraqi Army; and how the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) can ensure effective positioning, navigation, and timing capabilities in the future. Rosello has provided the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) systems engineering support of LORAN, conducted airspace and frequency spectrum assessments as part of an environmental review of DoD installations, and contributed to Environmental Baseline Reviews for the Air National Guard. He has also participated in a nationwide staffing efficiency analysis for the FAA.
Rosello is an FAA commercial pilot with multiengine and instrument ratings and serves in the Air Force Reserve as a C-130 Hercules pilot.
Rosello received his B.S. in engineering science from the United States Air Force Academy and his M.S. in aeronautical and astronautical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.