Graham Warwick, an aeronautical engineer turned award-winning journalist, is Senior Editor, Technology, at Aviation Week and Space Technology. In 2009, he received the Aerospace Industry Association's Lyman Award for Outstanding Aviation Journalism. He spent 30 years at Flight International, having become a journalist after working in aircraft development at Hawker Siddeley. Warwick blogs and Twitters under the name "Woracle".
While he deals with a number of technologies, among his specialties are the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
On leaving Flight International, he described himself as "... brought up in the Scottish Borders, on a hill farm, in a low-flying zone, where I learned to hate sheep, but love aeroplanes. He said he went to Southampton University to get as far as possible from sheep and Scotland.
- Graham Warwick of AVIATION WEEK Receives AIA's 2009 Lyman Award for Outstanding Aviation Journalism, PRNewswire/Aviation Week and Space Technology, 7 December 2009
- Graham Warwick (11 April 2008), "The Woracle's Last Post", Flight International