Eduardo Charlier studies marine engineering at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. His interest for military related subjects dates back to his childhood, and since then he has made a hobby out of visiting old battlefields and war museums. His area of greatest interest is naval warfare, which led him to attend a summer course on the subject in Cambridge university, but he writes about air and land warfare as well. He is a collector of scale models and military related items in general. Eduardo is from Brazil.
There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the attacks on two oil installations in Saudi Arabia, on Saturday the 14th of September 2019.
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