John Godges is a research communications analyst at the RAND Corporation. He assists researchers chiefly in the National Security Research Division, Project AIR FORCE, and the Arroyo Center, with an emphasis on special mission analysis. Since his arrival at RAND in 1997, his other areas of focus have included counterterrorism and security cooperation. He holds an M.P.P. in public policy from Harvard University, an M.J. in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley, and an A.B. in American studies from Georgetown University.
Michael J. Mazarr, Samuel Charap, Abigail Case, Irina A. Chindea, Christian Durriden, Alyssa Demus, Bryan Frederick, John P. Godges, Eugeniu Han, Timothy R. Heath, Logan Ma, Elina Treyger, Teddy Ulin, Ali Wyne, Stabilizing Great Power Rivalries (RR-A-456/1) (forthcoming)
Russell Hanson, Christopher A. Mouton, Adam P. Grissom, John P. Godges, COVID-19 Air Traffic Visualization: A New Tool Helps Analyze Commercial Air Travel Involving Infected Passengers, (RR-A248-1), 2020
Patrick H. Mills, James Leftwich, John G. Drew, Daniel P. Felten, Josh Girardini, John P. Godges, Michael J. Lostumbo, Anu Narayanan, Kristin Van Abel, Jonathan William Welburn, Anna Jean Wirth, Building Agile Combat Support Competencies to Enable Evolving Adaptive Basing Concepts, (RR-4200-AF), 2020
Christopher A. Mouton, Edward W. Chan, Adam R. Grissom, John P. Godges, Badreddine Ahtchi, Brian Dougherty, Personnel Recovery in the AFRICOM Area of Responsibility: Cost-Effective Options for Improvement, RAND Corporation (RR-2161/1-AFRICOM) (RR-2161/1), 2019
Daniel Egel, Adam R. Grissom, John P. Godges, Jennifer Kavanagh, Howard J. Shatz, Estimating the Value of Overseas Security Commitments, (RR-518-AF), 2016
Brian Michael Jenkins, John Paul Godges, The Long Shadow of 9/11: America's Response to Terrorism, (MG-1107-RC), 2011