Panhard's Crab May Just Be The Future Of Armored Scout Vehicles
France's military vehicle (and once upon a time carmaker) Panhard has set out to change the way the weapons industry looks at a scout vehicles with their new three person armored buggy that can pack one hell of a punch. They call it the Crab, and like its namesake it can even move sideways.
North American B25 Mitchell ~ used by many Allied air forces, in every theater of World War II. (Modern Red Bull logo)
Lockheed P-38 Lightning; WW2 American fighter aircraft built by Lockheed. It was nicknamed the "fork tailed devil" by the Germans.
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USS Independence Class Littoral Combat Ship - LCS-2 Configuration
Curtiss P-40 Warhawks - AVG Flying Tigers, 3rd Squadron Hell's Angels. Photo taken May 28, 1942 near the Salween River Gorge, Burma Theatre.
B-17 Flying Fortress. The young men were given 300 hours of intensive training before being deployed to action. The initial rejection rate of applicants was 45%. Less than perfect eyesight was a major cause of rejection. rjp