Those of you who've driven a tank in-game would find yourselves right at home aboard Norway's newest armored artillery vehicle.
With a minimal crew and a modular weapons platform, this tank is poised to be a serious threat on the battlefields of the 2020s.
Whether your car needs a push or you need to saw through a snow drift to get to the store, this little tank-treaded vehicle has the power you're looking for.
It comes complete with power rangers and everything.
A custom-made tank dock is the perfect way to treat your iPhone like a general, if you can afford it. You probably can't.
In what we know is a real story, Syrian rebels have made a leap of necessity in their struggle against the government of Bashar al-Assad. The Al-Ansar brigade has built a functioning tank that will supposedly withstand 23 mm cannon fire. It will return fire in a way we are familiar with: with a PlayStation controller.
Energy efficiency might not always be the highest priority for the military, but after hearing about how the Army spends more on air conditioning in Iraq and Afghanistan than NASA's entire budget, we think they should give it a second look. And they are, with a new generation of gas-electric hybrid tanks.
Generally, tanks are not designed with the ability to fly, much less the ability to fall through the air from a couple thousand feet up and land safely. You can strap a bunch of parachutes to them and hope for the best, but a much more effective (and much more awesome) way to do it is to use rockets instead. Just ask the Russians.
I don't know what the point of having a boat is if you can't drive it on land. I mean, there's just so much cool stuff to do on land, what with swimming pools and aquariums and water parks and such. All of these problems are now solved with with the Iguana: a boat with retractable tank treads.
This is the Acer, a 4,500 pound robot tank designed to withstand pretty much anything, including a bomb exploding right underneath it.