Mark Morgan is an Air Force brat and US Navy veteran who currently serves as a Federal historian. He got into military aviation history research, writing and photography, 35 years ago and to date has written or contributed to five books, including a history of the Nike missile system and US Army Air Defense Command, and an operational history of “his” aircraft, the A-6E Intruder. In and around his other pursuits which include British sports cars, he is currently writing a history of Air Defense Command.
Technical Writer 1974-1976 McLaughlin Research / Worked on USN manual updates. Scenario Development 1983-1984 IBM / IV&V for two tactical trainers. English Teacher 1984-1986 Ankara, Turkey / Taught English. Proofreading 1986-1987 PRC Systems / Updating Navy Documentation for C3. Weapon Systems Analyst 1987-2002 / Delex Systems / Analyses & Scenarios. FMS Licensing Analyst 2002-2015 / Primary customer: USN
Tom has been researching, analysing and writing about little-known air forces and their air wars for roughly 30 years. Core interests are air forces and air wars in the Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Syria), Northern and Sub-Saharan Africa, equipment-related and combat as well as operational experiences. You can also find him on https://www.linkedin.com/in/tom-cooper-71578a67/.