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Dr. Natalie Crawford

Dr. Natalie Crawford is a senior fellow and distinguished chair for Air and Space Policy at the RAND Corp. She has excelled in many roles most notably as vice president and director of Project Air Force. Dr. Crawford shaped RAND’s research projects focused on aerospace, air defense, information systems, military aircraft, military force planning, military strategy, and military transformation to increase Air Force capabilities, national security, aerospace science, and technology. She has been twice awarded the Department of the Air Force Decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service. Dr. Crawford received the Air Force Analytic Community’s Lifetime Achievement Award, the Lt. Gen. Glenn Kent Leadership Award, and the Vance R. Wanner Memorial Award from the Military Operations Research Society.

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