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(military, spook(?))
Member ofBritish-American Project

Chris Lincoln-Jones is a retired Regular and Reserve Army Officer. He is/was a member of the British-American Project. He has a wide experience of MOD appointments, which have been balanced by 17 years of commercial experience. His operational experience includes UN an NATO posts. Chris is an Intelligence Surveillance and Target Acquisition Specialist with a particular knowledge of Unmanned Air Systems. He is also a member of the Birmingham University Advisory Group at the Institute for Conflict Cooperation and Security on their project: ‘Towards a global restraining consensus on the use of armed drones’. Chris is currently writing a book that deals with the evolution and use of "Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems". The film industry has made use of him as an advisor in the making of "Eye in the Sky".

Career (selection)

  • Weapons Inspector, United Nations. Jun 1996 – Jul 19962 months

Led a UN team into Iraq investigating Weapons of Mass Destruction reporting directly to the Special Raporteur. Led a UN team into Iraq investigating Weapons of Mass Destruction reporting directly to the Special Raporteur

  • Director Eyestar Consulting .Jan 2005 – Present14 years 10 months

Principal Consultant and SME. Day to day Company Affairs. Principal Consultant and SME. Day to day Company Affairs. Contributor to the ICRC paper on the use of Indirect Fire Weapons Systems in Urban Areas Visiting Lecturer to the University of South Wales MSc Course on Global Governance Subject Matter Expertise to Birmingham University for the Political Effects of UAVs on Conflict and Cooperation Within and Between States Study. Military Advice to Raindog Films; SME to Whistledown Productions. Subject Matter Expertise to a number of Broadcast Media CompaniesTV & Radio on a variety of subjects. Support to a PMC carrying out risk analysis and writing country studies for the commercial sector. Support to a leading defence equipment provider for the Base ISTAR Observer project. This included writing support to the MOD bid and design advice to engineers. Military Subject Matter Expertise for the Thales Force Protection Business Unit. Included the Airborne Counter IED project and Novel Sensor Systems. Led a trial programme in Jordan. Project management and implemention of the Tactical Unmanned Air Vehicle Urgent Operational Requirement on behalf of Thales Aerospace. Subject Matter Expertise to Thales Defence on the Watchkeeper Unmanned Air Vehicle project and the JUEP Maritime UAV experimental Project.


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