In this section, we present a series of short essays discussing select anecdotes and insights from the life of R. V. Jones, the mastermind of British scientific intelligence during World War II.
Dr. Jones’ exploits remain some of the best examples of artful, competitive thinking available to modern analysts, decision makers, and red teamers.
Too Little Too Soon
The Power of Tradition
Understanding the Adversary's Metrics
The Mysterious Case of the 'Engine Stopping Rays'
The Problem of Playing It Safe
'Acclimatization by Slow Change'
Leverage the Opponent's Capability