Commissioned to write his first book in 2003, a 512-page volume on the history of US military vehicles, since that time over 100 of his books have been published. While most of these concern historic military hardware, including aircraft and warships, his volumes on military vehicles, meticulously researched by David and his wife Denise, remain the genre for which he is most recognized. This recognition reached its pinnacle in June 2015, when he was presented the coveted Bart Vanderveen Award by the Military Vehicle Preservation Association, given in recognition of "...the individual who has contributed the most to the historic preservation of military vehicles worldwide."
An absolute must-have in modeler's library. In one book you get all necessary info. * DetailScaleView * Whether you have the Beko or Tamiya Kubelwagen, the Tamiya Shwimmwagen in 1:35 or one of the many models in other scales, this book will give you all the reference pictures and some besides, as well as some inspiration for dioramas. Highly recommended. * Britmodeller.com * Thoroughly recommended. * Scale Military Modelling International Magazine * A mountain of walk-around photos of preserved examples...give the modeller all of the superdetailing cues he or she needs. * Tamiya Model Magazine * For anyone with one of the larger scale kits, such as the old 1/9 kit from ESCI or the even bigger 1/6 model from Dragon (they do the Schwimmwagen as well) then this provides a level of detail references that is hard to match. * Military Model Scene * This is certainly a must-have volume for anyone thinking of detailing one of the many Kubelwagen and Schwimmwagen kits out there. Highly recommended. * Military Modelcraft International * WWII model makers in particular will find this book irresistible. Packed with amazing archive photographs of these iconic German army vehicles. * Books Monthly *