Miłośnik historii walk powietrznych w okresie Bitwy o Anglię, w Afryce Północnej, we Włoszech, nieco zapomnianej Azji Południowo-Wschodniej oraz, w mniejszym stopniu, podczas kampanii francuskiej 1940. W wolnym czasie skleja modele w skali 1/72, a od czasu do czasu w skali 1/48.
Model maker for 45 years, now rather a theoretician, collector and conceptual modeller. Brought up on Matchbox kits and reading "303 Squadron" book. An admirer of the works of Roy Huxley and Sydney Camm.
Autor: Grzegorz Mazurowski, Modelarz, syn i ojciec modelarza. Uwielbia grzebanie się w dokumentacji i analizowanie starych zdjęć. Skleja samoloty i pojazdy, im starsze, tym lepiej. Ma słabość do sprzętu polskiego, ale nie gardzi RAF-em i lotnictwem Wielkiej Wojny. Z wykształcenia dziennikarz.
A lover of strong coffee and dark chocolate, incurable optimist, romantic and dreamer, economist by education, historian and modeller by passion. From time immemorial he has been fascinated with aviation in every variety and form. For many years, he has been paying special attention to all aspects of the activities of the Army and Navy Aviation of the Land of the Rising Sun.
An experienced aircraft modeller from Helsinki, who has for years now devoted more time to aviation history, though. Areas of particular interest are Italian and Southern African aviation history. Has authored or contributed to various articles and publications.
Wanted to be Philanthropist, statesman and patron of the arts. Temporarily focused on developing scale model production in Poland. Co-founder of Arma Hobby. Designer of kits: TS-11 Iskra, PZL P.7a, Fokker E.V, PZL P.11c, Hawker Hurricane, Yak-1b, FM-2 Wildcat, P-51B/C Mustang and 1/48
Aeronautical engineer not working in his profession. History of Polish aviation 1918-1945 – its machines and people - is his greatest passion. Marek hunts for forgotten stories, helps to establish the fate of aviators and cooperates in Polish airplanes identification during archeological excavations. Author/co-author of many books and articles, incl. Polish Fighter Colours 1939-1947 vol. 1.
Noah Muranishi is a deputy-chief editor of the "Bi-monthly Scale Aviation" magazine published in Japan. Featuring excellently built aircraft models with unique outside photography taken in-house by the chief editor Ishizuka himself, "Scale Aviation" continues to grow its audience worldwide.
Upon graduation from college in 1971, enlisted in the USMC and attended Navy flight training in Pensacola, FL. Served in the Marines for 7 years active duty and 3 years reserves. While working as a salesman in Kansas City, Missouri, also flew attack helicopters with the Army National Guard and Reserves from which retired in 1996. Robert was hired by United Airlines in 1997 after 8 years with a commuter airline, retiring in 2014.
Robert has been interested in the 118th TRS and reconnaissance P-51’s since 2000 when he found out that his uncle had served with that squadron as the armament officer and, as an artist, had designed the “Black Lightning” markings worn by their airplanes in China. Robert’s research into the Tac-R P-51’s has shown him how much misinformation has been published and posted on line about these airplanes. His goal is to provide updated information about these airplanes.
A keen modeller since childhood. He is mainly interested in aviation from the times of the First and Second World Wars. He made about a hundred models, wrote a few books and several dozen articles.
Apart from modeling, he is passionate about history, not only the latest one, but also a very distant one. He loves to read journalism, scientific books and science fiction novels. All the time he grumbles that a day should be 50 hours long and he forces himself to go to sleep.
Wojciech Łuczak - vice-president of the Altair Aviation Agency, publisher of the monthly RAPORT - army, technology, defense and the aviation magazine Skrzydlata Polska. A journalist dealing with international aspects of broadly understood security issues. Tracker of unknown threads in the history of British naval aviation in World War II.
Wojciech Zmyślony, electronics engineer, enthusiast and researcher of the history of the Polish Air Force, especially of the 1st Fighter Aviation Regiment "City of Warsaw" and the 318th Fighter-Reconnaissance Squadron "City of Gdańsk". The founder of www.polishairforce.pl, the author and co-author of more than 100 articles and several books.
Modeller happy enough to work in his hobby. Seems to be a quiet Aspie but you were warned. Enjoys talking about modelling, conspiracy theories, Grand Duchy of Lithuania and internet marketing. Co-founder of Arma Hobby. Builds and paints figurines, aeroplane and armour kits, mostly Polish subject and naval aviation.
Aircraft engineer by education, translator by trade. Author/co-author of over 50 books on the history of (mostly Polish) aviation, published in various countries and languages, including a biography of Tadeusz Sawicz, a number of biographical dictionaries, the fundamental Historia lotnictwa w Polsce (History of Aviation in Poland), and the first complete history of 303 Squadron.