Graham Warwick

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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.[1] 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.[2]

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