Surveys the subject of air power as an area of research in international security studies and provides a bibliography of significant works and useful online resources.
The United States needs a coherent space deterrence strategy that operates on both sides of a potential adversary's cost-benefit decision calculus to better protect U.S. national security space infrastructure and strengthen first-strike stability.
This overview aims to inform the public discussion of space-based weapons by examining their characteristics, potential attributes, limitations, legality, and utility.
Discusses possible roles for military crews in space including research, maintenance of spacecraft, and direct participation in the operation of space systems. New vehicles, platforms, and tools proposed for manned operations in space (both military...
Engineer; Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, California Institute of Technology; A.B. in physics, Harvard University
Senior Political Scientist
Ph.D. in policy studies, University of Maryland; M.A.A.S. in airpower arts and sciences, Air University; M.A. in computer systems management, Webster University; B.S. in business management, University of Maryland
Associate Director, Strategy, Doctrine, and Resources Program, RAND Arroyo Center; Senior Political Scientist; Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Ph.D. in politics, Princeton University; B.A. in political science, University of Chicago
Ph.D. in aero/astro engineering, University of Michigan; M.S. in aerospace engineering, Pennsylvania State University; S.B. in astronautical engineering, M.I.T.
Research Department Director, Engineering and Applied Sciences Department; Senior Management Systems Analyst; Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School
M.S. in finance, Boston College; M.B.A., Boston College; B.S. in chemical engineering, University of Virginia