William Marshall is a serving lieutenant colonel in the South African National Defence Force, currently posted to the Joint Operations Division as staff officer, Doctrine Development Centre. He saw active service during the Border War and in 1987 was seconded to the newly formed KwaNdebele Defence Force. William went on to serve with 115 SA Infantry Battalion as second in command and in 1998, was posted to 73 SA Bde as HQ Unit Commander. He has a passion for things Second World War and helped with the development of the SA Colours & Markings series of books. He has also assisted with a number of other publications including the Polish-printed Armor Color Gallery work on the Comet tank and a French publication on the Marmon-Herrington armoured car. He has published two works on the 6th SA Armoured Division in Italy during 2010 and has just published a History of the Marmon-Herrington armoured car.
This book is unreservedly recommended for anyone interested in aviation in general or World War II in particular, providing an unsurpassed source of information and inspiration... * Guideline Publications 02/05/2019 *