Christopher Mouton is a senior engineer working primarily on Special Mission Analysis within RAND’s National Security Research Division. He is also a professor at the Pardee RAND Graduate School.
Mouton has expertise in analysis of alternatives, force structure analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, personnel recovery, and special operations. His recent work has focused on cost-effective ways for the U.S. Africa Command to improve personnel recovery, optimal helicopter options for Tunisian counterterrorism operations, the best options for the U.S. Air Force to reduce fuel consumption within the mobility Air Force, and the special mission aviation community.
Christopher A. Mouton John P. Godges, Timelines for Reaching Injured Personnel in Africa, RAND Corporation (RR-1536-OSD), 2016
Christopher A. Mouton and Hans G. Hornung, "Experiments on the Mechanism of Inducing Transition between Regular and Mach Reflection," Physics of Fluids, 20(12), 2008
Christopher A. Mouton and Hans G. Hornung, "Mach Stem Height and Growth Rate Predictions," AIAA Journal, 45(9), 2007