adminDavid Pratt - Discovered airsoft in 2003. Co-founded Comrades in Arms in 2006. Launched the WW2 Airsoft website in 2011. David runs a visual communications practice - spanning print, web and photographic media.
BedsnHertsMartin Sole - A co-founder of Army Group South, a non profit organisation that runs themed WW2 airsoft events in the south of England.
Latest: Sevastopol aka Crimea River
bigkieKieran Byrne - Airsofting since 2008 and ww2softing since 2009. Born in Ireland but lives and works out of Birmingham where I try to look as busy as possible that way I don't get asked any silly questions.
Latest: WW2 uniform for the larger gent
Latest: MP40 AK hop mod
KomradeFred Palmer - Played airsoft since 2009 and I started WW2 airsoft in 2010. Starting to delve deep into the world of WW2, thinking of possibly getting into Soviet re-enacting. No job yet, is on the final years of his GCSE's. (Of course studying history!)
Latest: Weathering and finishing guide
LardassmonkeyRichard Vaughan - Discovered airsoft in 2004. Joined WWII airsoft in 2007. Enthusiast of German and Soviet militaria. Currently working as a freelance graphic designer.
Latest: USSR: Summer, basic impression
MattywheelsMatthew Wheeler - Started airsoft in 2004, attended his first WWII airsoft weekender in April 2011. A qualified librarian,working at the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals in London.
Latest: Taking the plunge…
mikoyan99Matthew Slater - airsofter since 2006. Currently trying to organise the UK's first Far-East WW2 airsoft skirmish. Naval Architecture (shipbuilding/engineering) student. Interested primarily in the war in the Far East and Pacific, in particular the tactics, small arms and equipment of the IJA and IJN.
Latest: Japanese: Basic impression
prideofenglandTim England. Self employed electrician. Discovered WW2 Airsoft in 2011. Enthusiast of military history of all periods but particular interest in WW2 and the German Army.
Latest: German: Gebirgsjäger
rammixRob Harrison - Discovered Airsoft in 2008 after collecting various militaria for a number of years and is a member of the Manx Airsoft Club in the Isle of Man, UK. He works as a butcher and is engaged to Stacey, has 2 children and is getting married next year, hopefully he can then afford come to his first CIA event!
SteinerAndy Kneale - discovered airsoft in 2004, discovered WWII airsoft and attended the CiA Arnhem event in 2007. A co-founder of Army Group South, a non-profit organisation that runs themed WW2 airsoft events in the south of England. Brought up on a staple diet of Warlord comic and Commando books in the 1970s, WWII airsoft is a dream come true!
Latest: So, you wanna do German?
WladekCraig Armistead - Discovered airsoft in 2008, moving straight into WW2 airsoft. Co-organiser of the 'Doughboys' which attend airsoft and re-enactment events as, and run games focused on, U.S. Infantry. Craig also runs the annual 'Polish Series' event. Craig owns a small bookshop in rural Yorkshire.
Latest: US: Infantryman
YithRichard Heath - Started airsofting in 2003 and co-founded Comrades in Arms in 2006, also Co-founded Poor Bloody Infantry. Became a member of The Far Setting Sun Living History Group in 2006 and still is an active member. Is active with other re-enactment groups and is Co-organiser of the 'Doughboys'. Vice Chairman of the local miniature wargames club, "COGS". Works as a Software Engineer and somehow manages to fit in being a father of two young children.
Latest: British: Hallamshire Battalion