Senior Defense Analyst
Education: BS Political Science, Michigan State University.
For more than 35 years, Larry has been involved in research and analytical work for various Forecast International projects. He has contributed to the Airborne Electronics Forecast
and was chief editor on the World Aerospace Weekly
newsletter. Larry was directly responsible for the creation of World Weapons Review
, a biweekly industry market research publication specializing in weapon systems and related material. He was the creator of Unmanned Vehicles Forecast
, launched to cover the growing market for civil and military drones, and was involved in the development of the Airborne Retrofit & Modernization Forecast
service. Larry is currently responsible for the Missile Forecast
and for FI's two Unmanned Vehicles Forecast
services – Airborne Systems
and Land & Sea Systems
. Larry has in addition authored numerous studies on defense-related products. As a contributor to Aviation Week & Space Technology's Aerospace Source Book
, he has authored Missile and UAV Outlooks, and provided input for the publication's Missile and UAV Specifications tables. He has also authored numerous freelance articles for U.S. and overseas aerospace/defense magazines and trade journals. Larry has represented Forecast International at international trade shows, symposiums and seminars, including the Farnborough Air Show, the Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) conferences and convention, and the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Conference and Exposition.