Larry Bond (born 1952) is an American writer, wargame designer, and former computer programmer. He might be best known for co-authoring the book Red Storm Rising with acclaimed writer Tom Clancy.
Bond served six years in the Navy, serving four on a destroyer and two in the area of Washington, DC. He also served in the reserves for two years with the Naval Reserve Intelligence Program. After leaving the Navy, he worked as a naval analyst for defense consulting firms.
- In 1981 and 1987, his Harpoon gaming system won the H.G. Wells Award as the best miniatures game of the year and is the only game to win the award twice.
- In 1990, the computer version of Harpoon won the Wargame of the Year award from Computer Gaming World.
- 2003 Origins Awards Hall of Fame inductee.