Sir George Cox BScAeEng, CRAeS initially worked as an engineer in the Flight Test Department of Vickers Armstrongs, before moving to a wider career in industry that led to heading up several companies. He later became the Director General of the UK's Institute of Directors, and has also sat on boards of major corporations in the UK, USA and continental Europe.Other roles included Chair of the Design Council, President of the Institution of Engineering Designers, and Pro-Chancellor and Chair of Council of the University of Warwick. He has spoken on design, technology and related issues in some twenty countries as well as at the World Economic Forum in Davos.Sir George is an Honorary Fellow of Queen Mary University of London and holds honorary doctorates from five other universities. He was knighted by the Queen for services to business in 2006. Craig Kaston initially worked as an Engineering Analyst specialising in threat systems analysis at SETAC Inc, where he later managed the company publications department. He later moved to Northrop Electronics Division as a Technical Representative and later Senior Field Engineer specialising in engine monitoring systems on the A-10, KC-135R, F-14B/D and F-117A. He later became a Senior Software Engineer supporting various ground-based and embedded avionics systems on the F-14 Tomcat.He has provided photographs and graphics to a number of publications since his first article in 1976. These include the 'Detail & Scale Colors & Markings' series, Steve Ginter's 'Naval Fighters and Air Force Legends' series, and a number of books including Tom Clancy's Fighter Wing: A Guided Tour of an Air Force Combat Wing.