An amphibious vehicle, the universally praised DUKW played a vital role in almost all of the allied amphibious landings in WW2 by carring supplies and troops onto the beaches. Basically a boat hull with holes cut for the wheels with a Dodge 6x6 truck lowered in, it was quick and cheap to make and very effective.
About this creation
The bow was hard to get right with the wheels behind the surface.
The engine is visible though i later found out that the DUKW's engine should be under the cab.
The rear showing life ring and ramp.
Some varients had the rear wheels exposed, others had them covered like at the front.
Quoting Michael Rutherford
Schweet! Amphibious recon and basic utility. Excellent combination of capabilities. But you put these AND the ME109 BOTH in D&C4? German markings and US markings in the same force? Meh...
Me 109 isn't in D&C IV, it is just in my WW2 folder. I am working on far superior aircraft.