Trackpad Publishing presents its fourth book in its series on the Leopard tank and its derivatives, as used by the Belgian Army.
Trackpad Publishing's In the Field series looks into the Fennek vehicles currently deployed with the German and Dutch armed forces.
Trackpad Publishing takes a look into the various improvised vehicles used by the Israelis.
A sure treat for Sherman enthusiasts is this latest reference book from Trackpad Publishing.
Trackpad Publishing has three new titles scheduled for release in December.
From Trackpad Publishing comes two new photo books focused on this tracked reconnaissance vehicle used by the Belgian Army.
For publication by end June are two photo books by Tom Gannon focusing on IDF Shermans and armored cars.
Trackpad Publishing has two new authors tackling subjects on the Challenger and Leopard AFVs.
New reference for Israel Defense Forces fans, focused on the Jeeps they have used
Available from Trackpad Publishing is the companion volume to its earlier publication, Israeli Sherman-based Self-Propelled Weapons. Also, another title of recent release dwells on the experiences of a Canadian tanker in Afghanistan.
The first volume on Israeli Sherman-based Self-Propelled Weapons is already available for ordering.
Available by mid-August is the companion volume to the previously released photo book, Danish Leopards in Helmand.
Coming this December: Trackpad Publishing’s Danish Leopards in Helmand – From the Crew’s Perspective.
Trackpad Publishing’s Model Foto Focus series presents its walkaround book on the last Leopard 1 introduced into the Bundeswehr.
The new book from Trackpad Publishing deals with Danish Leopards 1A5DK1 – and includes colour full-view and walkaround captioned photos of a Leopard 1 that spent many years on peace-keeping duties with IFOR, KFOR and SFOR.
Trackpad announces a new book, covering in detail the Leopard 1 conversion to bridgelayer vehicle "Biber".
There is a new Photo Album announced by Trackpad Publishing, focused on the Canadian Leopard 2A4M.
For those looking for references for their Hobby Boss Leo 2A6 kit, Trackpad comes to the rescue! Containing ~150 photos, this should be a most useful reference.
Trackpad brings you almost 300 pages of what should be the definitive books on Leopard 1's in Australian service. With ~800 photos and diagrams this should prove to be an excellent reference for the modeller as well as historian.