Henry Hargrove is a senior technical analyst at the RAND Corporation. He has demonstrated subject matter expertise on cyber warfare, artificial intelligence, military operations, modeling and simulation, counter-unmanned aircraft systems, and human behavior modeling in his project portfolio. His professional interests include military and homeland defense operations using sociotechnical systems, intelligent systems, organizational behavior, and predictive frameworks. He has recently used several simulation products for research: Joint Integrated Contingency Model (JICM); Infantry Warrior Simulation (IWARS); One Semi-Automated Forces (OneSAF); Advanced Framework for Simulation, Integration, and Modeling (AFSIM); and Unreal Engine. He has given briefings on RAND work at the Interservice Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference; the Army Operational Research Symposium; and the Army Modeling Simulation Office Gaps Forum.
Before joining RAND in 2017, Hargrove served in the US Navy for eleven years. During that time, he completed several strategic deterrent patrols onboard an OHIO-class nuclear ballistic missile submarine, served as a Department Head on two VIRGINIA-class fast-attack submarines, and taught nuclear power technology at the Modifications and Additions to a Reactor Facility prototype. During operations critical to national security, he was directly responsible for analyzing real-time intelligence, aggregating historical intelligence and technical reports, and formulating tactical options. He is well versed in the fight against near peer competitors.
Connable, Ben; McNerney, Michael J.; Marcellino, William.; Frank, Aaron.; Hargrove, Henry.; Posard, Marek.; Zimmerman, S. Rebecca.; Lander, Natasha.; Castillo, Jasen.; Sladden, James., Will to Fight: Defining, modeling, and simulating the will to fight of military units, RAND Corporation, 2018
Muharrem Mane, Anthony D. Rosello, Paul Emslie, Thomas Edward Goode, Henry Hargrove, and Tucker Reese, Developing Operationally Relevant Metrics for Measuring and Tracking Readiness in the U.S. Air Force, RAND Corporation, 2020