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Check out my recent hit piece for the New York based Publishing Perspectives in full below or the original here.
Over the last twelve months I have written about fifty stories on mostly science and technology for brands like BBC Future, The Economist, i newspaper and Publishing Perspectives.
Here are some of my favourites from those that have so far appeared online in no particular order…
Aerial refuelling has been enthusiastically embraced by air forces around the world since the 1950s. Will we now see airliners refuelled the same way?
Read my latest piece for BBC Future in full below or by following this link.
“When I spent time on alert when the Cold War was on, I had to spend a week underground in a bunker,” says Chris Hoctor, former crew member of a United States Air Force refuelling tanker aircraft and author of Voices from an Old Warrior, recalling his time in the Strategic Air Command (SAC) in the 1980s.