Join our host Jonathon Buckley as he checks out the epic Ripsaw tank, recently featured in The Fate Of The Furious.
There's armor for protection, guns and rocket launchers for attack, and flat black paint for psychological warfare.
Video, originally posted by The Baghdad Post, shows Alrobot in action, zipping across desert scrub and firing its cannon.
An Australian couple held an event where they crushed their unreliable and frustrating Dodge Journey with a retired army tank.
The US Marine Corps and Army are getting serious about protecting their tanks from missile attacks.
A Russian company has joined parts of Soviet-era armor to create a monstrous firefighting tank designed to battle conflagrations in armories and arsenals.
A Russian man (of course he's Russian) has fitted full-size tank treads to a Lada Riva. It is awesome.
The unmanned vehicle is equal parts hoverboard and tank.
Some US Marines had a good ole time in the name of training, drifting their 60-plus-ton M1A1 Abrams tank along icy stretches of rural Norway.
The Palestinian group Hamas proudly displayed a captured and rebuilt Israeli tank on social media yesterday, but the 'tank' was quickly exposed as a car.
An 18-year-old student driver in Germany got the shock of a lifetime when her Toyota was crushed by a British tank. While the car was destroyed, she wasn't seriously injured.
The Ripsaw EV2 is the utterly wonderful combination of a supercar and a tank. And it can drift, too.
Members of a political blog drove a tank through London, to deliver a million-signature petition in support of Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson to the BBC headquarters.
DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, are kind of like the black mages of the US Department of Defense, coming up with the most cutting edge, and consequently, most classified projects for this great nation of ours. While there are a number of things it probably isn't talking about, the secretive service is discussing the future of armored warfare.
In the auto industry, lightweight vehicles are all the craze. Ford is building an aluminum F-150, carbon fiber is steadily becoming more common and lightweight, high-strength steel is incorporated in even the most affordable of vehicles. The military is not immune to this trend, according to a new report from Military.com, which claims the US Army is targeting a 40-percent weight reduction in its armored vehicles.