He is an Associate Member of the Institute of Explosives Engineers and a Member of the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators (IABTI). His Wikipedia entry is at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Oppenheimer
He is Editor-in-Chief of Chemical, Biological & Nuclear Warfare (CBNW), a twice-yearly journal dealing with CBRNE threats, countermeasures, technologies, first response, training, and policies, and CBNW Xplosive, an annual journal dealing with Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) threats and countermeasures. www.chembio.biz
He is also a regular contributor to dozens of military and security journals including Military Technology, Military Periscope, Asian Military Review, Armada International, Safety & Security International, and the IB Consultancy CBRNe Portal, at http://www.cbrneportal.com/author/andy-oppenheimer/
He presents at conferences, workshops and professional seminars worldwide on all aspects of counter-terrorism and CBRNE, and gives regular media appearances as an interviewed expert.
He is the Author of IRA – The Bombs and the Bullets: A History of Deadly Ingenuity published by Irish Academic Press (2008) went into its third reprint in 2015. Copies are available from the publisher and on amazon.co.uk and amazon.com. A quick sample of reviews can be read on Amazon.com https://www.amazon.com/IRA-Bullets-History-Deadly-Ingenuity/dp/0716528959
He was appointed as a Faculty Contributor to the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence (CSTPV), St Andrews University, UK in 2012 as the author of the CBRN Weapons in Terrorism Module and the IEDs: Threats & Countermeasures Module for the University’s world-renowned Certificate in Terrorism Studies.
Below: with Major Chris Hunter QGM, author of best-sellers Eight Lives Down and Extreme Risk, and of the lead feature in the 2016 edition of CBNW Xplosive: ‘Stock of Courage: What it’s like to be up close and personal to an IED’.