Anthony Tucker-Jones is a writer, military historian, and a widely published expert on regional conflicts, counter-terrorism, and armored and aerial warfare. His recent titles include The Battle for Budapest 1944–1945, The Battle for the Caucasus 1942–1943, Hitler’s Panzers: The Complete History 1933–1945, and Allied Armour 1939-1945: British and American Tanks at War.
Rod Macdonald is an internationally renowned shipwreck explorer, undersea adventurer, maritime historian and best-selling diving author with eleven books about shipwrecks, the culmination of a lifetime of diving.
For the past 40 years, Tom Ramos has been a physicist at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where he was a member of the nuclear team that developed the X-ray Laser for President Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative. He later supported US/USSR arms control negotiations. Ramos, who graduated from West Point, commanded combat engineers before entering MIT to earn a degree in high energy physics.
Leonard R. Heinz worked for many years as a financial services lawyer while maintaining an active interest in military and naval history. He has written articles and designed wargames on naval topics. He holds a history degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and lives in Corrales, New Mexico.
Raymond P. O’Mara retired from the U.S. Air Force in 2016 as a colonel, having flown the F-15 in operations and operational test assignments. Following his retirement, he worked in commercial aerospace and advanced technology startup companies and is an independent defense and technology consultant. He earned his PhD in Technology, Policy, and Engineering Systems from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Mick Ryan is a recently retired Major General in the Australian army, and an adjunct fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. During his military career, he commanded at platoon, squadron, regiment, task force, and brigade levels in the Australian Army. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, the USMC Command and Staff College and School of Advanced Warfare, he is an experienced strategist having worked at high levels in this capacity in the Australian and US militaries. He is also a passionate advocate of professional education and lifelong learning
Matt Soffe is a freelance colorist and illustrator originally from the North West of England, now based in California. His work has appeared in many publications over the last ten years, including 2000AD, Judge Dredd Megazine and Heavy Metal Magazine, as well as with publishers such as Z2 Comics, Accent UK, Soaring Penguin, Printed in Blood, and Topps.
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