In the recent past, I helped two well-known aerospace companies promote their ISR programmes. UTA Aerospace Systems asked me to co-author a small book on the history of the RAPTOR/DB-110 airborne tactical reconnaissance sensor, that is currently in service with some 15 air forces. Raytheon UK asked me to produce a similar book on the past, present and future of the Sentinel reconnaissance jet that serves the UK’s Royal Air Force. I am willing to consider similar projects.
I have contributed analysis and commentary on ISR equipment and missions to various entities, most recently The International Institute For Strategic Studies (IISS).
I am available to consult on film projects that cover airborne reconnaissance and intelligence-gathering topics.
I give lectures on airborne and space reconnaissance in general, and on the U-2 spyplane in particular.