I bet you
would like to know about Zaal Tchkuaseli, author of numerous
articles, published on Military-Today.com website.
Zaal is a
journalist and military expert. He has a Master's degree in Military
Journalism. Co-founder and director of Militarium non-commercial
research organization. Former diplomat of Georgia in South Korea.
He comes from Tbilisi, a capital of Georgia.
It is a small but beautiful country, located in the middle
great knowledge in weapons and various military systems. He was
always interested in technology and military equipment. However he
can not say where exactly this love and passion came from, or who
inspired him. But military vehicles, machines, airplanes and
helicopters always excited and amazed him with their supremacy and
beauty, perfection and complexity.
One day he
was looking through his old possessions, when he suddenly found
drawings that he has made in the early childhood. Looking at them he
was stunned and happy at the same time. These were drawings of
airplanes, tanks and helicopters. So this passion was always
subconsciously with him since the early days.
explains why he loves armament: - "for me every military machine
accumulates all achievements and science and knowledge of mankind".
He believes that each military machine is perfect in some way. And
of course they are beautiful and gracious.
that it is a fact, that development of civilization was directly
connected to the development of armament and weaponry. Mankind was
always creative and genius when it comes to survival and
self-defense. This resulted to invention of innovative and
that nowadays every single thing and object that we use everyday was
conceived and born in a military sphere. Without advances in
military technology things like mobile phones, GPS, computers,
internet and other modern civil technology would be unimaginable.
Everything originated from military inventions. That is why through
knowing weaponry today we can easily understand what to expect from
When it was
time to choose his profession he chose journalism, hoping that this
profession would help him to engage with his spheres of interest.
And eventually he was right. Journalism allowed him to access
the desired world and allowed to describe and express it in various
graduated Tbilisi state university as bachelor. Later he studied in
Italian universities of Perugia and Salerno to get a master degree in journalism.
His master thesis was dedicated to military journalism during 2008
Zaal Tchkuaseli is a journalist specializing in technology, weapons,
equipment and tactics. He worked
with Georgian TV channels, magazines and editorial offices. Also he
presents themes on intelligence and secret services on various
conferences and workshops. Military journalism had always remained
his true passion.
signature under a publication is probably what brings the biggest
joy to me. It is not an easy job to deliver a well stipulated and
thought out article that has enough qualities to keep the reader
intrigued, but it is worth all the efforts and I have dedicated a
lot of time to deliver some quality pieces".
Zaal is a
Georgian army reservist. Furthermore he was lucky to participate in
various drills organized by the defense ministry and passed many
specialized military trainings for journalists.
At the same
time Zaal Tchkuaseli loves nature and respects environment. People
often ask him how he combines such
different outlooks. It appears that love to nature also came from
the military sphere. When he served in the Georgian army reserves,
among many other tasks one of the main missions was to defend and
maintain nature, protect environment from poachers and vicious
exploiters. That is why when he refers to weapons he never uses
words such as "destroy", "kill", "ruin" and so on. Instead he says
"self-defense", "security", "safety", "protection" and
For a long
time Zaal had a strong desire to make his voice heard globally. He is writing
Military-Today.com since 2010. He writes about various military
machines. However particularly Zaal
has great interest in aircraft and helicopters. Thousands of people from all over the
world come to read his articles.
Military-Today, love weaponry and stay up-to-date with modern
military technology" says Zaal.
There was a
surprising twist in his career when in 2013 Zaal was enlisted in the
ministry of Foreign Affairs in Georgia, in the Press and Information
Department. In 2015 he continued in a Counselor position with the
embassy of Georgia in the Republic of Korea (South Korea). He served
as a diplomat until 2018.
Zaal is a co-founder and director of Militarium non-commercial
research organization. This organization has a web source related to
defense, security, strategy and global sources.
This is his
story. But it does not end here.
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