Wing Commander Tim Wood joined the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) in 2016. Initially responsible for revitalising the NZDF’s law of armed conflict (LOAC) training, he is currently the Chief Legal Adviser, Headquarters Joint Forces for New Zealand. Wood previously served as a legal officer in the Royal Air Force (RAF). Retiring as a Group Captain, his final post was with the Iraq Historic Allegations Prosecution Team. Following emigration, Wood joined the staff of Massey University. His first academic publication was, ‘Detainee Abuse during Op TELIC. A Few Rotten Apples?’ Wood is a Research Fellow of the Centre of Military and International Humanitarian Law at the National Defence University of Malaysia.