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 geoarchaeological analysis of landscape evidence and is due to publish a paper 2019 on his findings.
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.