Scott Boston is a senior defense analyst at the RAND Corporation. His research focuses on Russian military capabilities and land warfare more broadly. He has worked primarily in RAND’s Army Research Division and has led projects on Russian ground combat capabilities and U.S. Army combat vehicle modernization. His portfolio at RAND has also included several other studies considering force modernization, new technologies, and new operational concepts.
Prior to joining RAND in 2011, Boston worked in the International Security and Foreign Policy program at the Smith Richardson Foundation. A former U.S. Army field artillery officer, he received a master’s degree in International Relations from Yale and a bachelor’s degree in military history from West Point.