David Capps-Tunwell MBE, PhD is retired from the Royal Navy after a career in aircraft engineering and now lives in Normandy, France. He is currently a associated member of the HISTEME (Histoire , Territoires, Mémoires) department at Caen University in France.
He has been researching German logistical support and the impact of Allied tactical bombing during the battle of Normandy using archive resources and geo-archaeological analysis of landscape evidence and is due to publish a paper 2020 on his findings in the Journal of Military History.
David carrying out a initial horse-back survey in a French forest.
David G. Passmore (PhD, Newcastle University) is a geoarchaeologist with a current focus on conflict archaeology and military geography and has published 70 peer-reviewed scientific articles and texts.
He currently works as a geoarchaeological consultant and is a sessional lecturer at the Department of Geography, University of Toronto Mississauga and Niagara College, Canada.