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I also thought we could do something like the "Rate What The Person Above You Is Listening To" so post your favorite militay vehicle from all times just not future.




  • I'll start:

    COUNTRY: Germany
    NAME: P1000 Ratte
    YEAR: Never produced, drawings from 1942
    CREW: 20

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  • COUNTRY: Israel
    NAME: Merkava
    YEAR: 1979–present
    CLASS: Main Battle Tank
    CREW: 4
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  • Use the proper threads. This has been moved to public discussions for now.

  • COUNTRY: United States
    NAME Willys MB
    YEAR 1942–1945
    CLASS That dank transporter for Officers
    CREW 3

  • COUNTRY: France
    NAME Vespa 150 TAP
    YEAR 1956-?
    CLASS That airdropped mobile weapons scooter for style and pew pew
    CREW: 1

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  • COUNTRY: Germany
    NAME: Landkreuzer L1000
    CLASS:A huge land tank with ridiculous firepower
    CREW: 40

    Supposedly would've carried eight engines, forty crew members and had so many guns that the idea was scrapped since engineers just shook their heads at ridiculously proportioned tanks. 2 280-mm cannons, 1 128-mm cannon and eight anti-aircraft guns.

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  • Also, if it is rate the vehicle above, where are the ratings?

  • I coulden agree more now you says it Cpt.

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    Country: Britain
    Name: Daimler Armoured Car
    Year: 1941 delayed, prototype 1939
    Class: Armoured Recon Vehcile
    Crew: 3
    Armament: Main - 2 pounder QF - 52 rounds
    Secondary - 1 x coaxial 7.92 mm Besa machine gun
    2,700 rounds carried
    1 x 0.303 (7.7 mm) Bren light machine gun AA
    Speed: 80km/h

    Rating of Previous Vehicle: 1/10 due to concept only. If it existed, it would have been broken more than it would have been running becoming a stationary war platform aka bombing target.

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    Country: Sweden
    Name: Stridsvagn m/42
    Class: Medium tank
    Crew: 4
    Armament: Main: 75 mm Bofors m/41
    Secondary: 4 x 8 mm m/39
    Max speed: 42 km/h
    Armor: Max. 50mm. min. 6mm

    Rating of Previous: 6/10, I don't know, never really said me anything though i would gladly use it my army ;)

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    Rating of previous 3/10 (probably built out of particle board with an allen key set ;) )

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    Country: Switzerland

    Name: MO-05 Swiss Army

    Year: 1905-1990s

    Class: Bicycle

    Crew: 1 (2 if you have someone riding on your handlebars)

    Armament: Whatever you're carrying with you. Ever played Road Rash?

    Max speed: How fast can you move your legs?

    Armor: Pure style

  • 10/10 Seen this too often at Swiss Army Celebration´s :D

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    Country: Germany
    Name: Jagdpanther
    Year: 1943-1945
    Class: Tank Destroyaaa
    Crew: 5
    Armament big: 8,8-cm-PaK 43/1 L/71
    Arment side: 1x MG34
    Max Speed: 46 streets, 24 offroad
    Armor: max 80 min 17mm

  • 9/10 simply cause it's not a tiger. I'm biased, sue me.

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    Namesake: Otto von Bismarck
    Builder: Blohm & Voss, Hamburg
    Laid down: 1 July 1936
    Launched: 14 February 1939
    Commissioned: 24 August 1940
    Honors and
    awards: 3 times mentioned in the Wehrmachtbericht
    Fate: Scuttled following incapacitating battle damage, 27 May 1941 in the North Atlantic
    48°10′N 16°12′W
    General characteristics
    Class & type: Bismarck-class battleship
    41,700 t (41,000 long tons; 46,000 short tons) standard
    50,300 t (49,500 long tons; 55,400 short tons) full load
    241.6 m (793 ft) waterline
    251 m (823 ft) overall
    Beam: 36 m (118 ft)
    Draft: 9.3 m (31 ft) standard[a]
    12 Wagner superheated boilers;
    3 geared turbines;
    3 three-blade screws
    150,170 shp (111.98 MW)
    Speed: 30.01 knots (55.58 km/h; 34.53 mph) during trials[1][b]
    Range: 8,870 nmi (16,430 km; 10,210 mi) at 19 knots (35 km/h; 22 mph)
    103 officers
    1,962 enlisted men
    8 × 38 cm (15 in) SK C/34 (4 × 2)
    12 × 15 cm (5.9 in) SK C/28 (6 × 2)
    16 × 10.5 cm (4.1 in) SK C/33 (8 × 2)
    16 × 3.7 cm (1.5 in) SK C/30 (8 × 2)
    12 × 2 cm (0.79 in) FlaK 30 (12 × 1)
    Belt: 320 mm (13 in)
    Turrets: 360 mm (14 in)
    Main deck: 100 to 120 mm (3.9 to 4.7 in)
    Aircraft carried: 4 × Arado Ar 196 floatplanes
    Aviation facilities: 1 double-ended catapult

  • Previous vehicle rating: 8/10 Stronk ship


    COUNTRY: Imperium of man
    NAME: Predator Desctuctor Tank
    YEAR: Dark age of technology (first fielded)
    CLASS: Battle Tank
    CREW: 2 (Driver, Gunner)

    Main weapon: Syrtis pattern Autocannon
    Main Ammunition: 120 rounds
    Secondary weapon: Sponson mounted twin-linked Heavy Bolters or Lascannons
    Possibility to pound a pintle-mounted storm bolter
    Secondary Ammunition: 1100 rounds

    Speed and powerplant:
    Power Plant: Quad MkII Adaptable Thermic Combustor Reactor
    Max Speed - on road: 68kph
    Max Speed - off road: 50kph

    Turret Specifications:
    Traverse: 360°
    Elevation: From -15° to 28°
    Turret Armor: 65mm
    Gun Mantlet Armor: 65mm

    Hull and Superstructure specifications:
    Superstructure Armor: 65mm
    Hull armor: 55mm
    Ground clearance: 0.44m

    General specifications:
    Weight: 66 Tonnes
    Length: 6.6m
    width: 6.0m (with sponsons)
    Height: 6.6m

  • Previous vehicle rating: 8/10 - Warhammer universe, cool
    I present to you the Bolo

    Model Type: Human Concordiat MK XX Bolo (Tremendous)
    Vehicle Type: Continental Siege Unit.
    Crew: None, provisions for one commander.

    Primary turret: Two 30 cm Hellbore
    Secondary turret: Four Infinite Repeaters
    Primary point defense: Twelve Combined Infinite Repeater/35 mm Rail-gun Turrets (main body)
    Secondary point defense/anti-personnel: Twenty Small Caliber Rail-guns (main body)

    Road Speed: 55 Mph (90 kph), with a 75 Mph (120 kph) Sprint speed
    Atmospheric Propulsion: None.
    Underwater: The Bolo can use its tracks to travel up to a maximum speed of 30 mph (48 km) across the sea bottom.
    Maximum Ocean Depth: 2 miles (3.2 km)
    Maximum Range: Effectively Unlimited by drive systems. Has supplies for commander for two weeks.

    Statistical Data:
    Length: 105 feet (31.5 meters)
    Height: 45 feet (13.5 meters) from bottom of tracks to top of turret.
    Width: 55 feet (16.5 meters)
    Weight: 14,500 tons (13,000 metric tons)
    Power System: Advanced Fusion with 30 year life span.
    Cargo: None

  • 8/10
    I mean, I like things like this, but it's sooooo overpowered. Meh.

    I'm also a bit biased to my choice

    Arleigh Burke-Class (IIA) Guided Missile Destroyer "USS Halsey DDG-97"
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    Namesake: William Frederick "Bull" Halsey Jr.
    Ordered: 6 March 1998
    Builder: Ingalls Shipbuilding
    Laid down: 13 January 2002
    Launched: 9 January 2004
    Commissioned: 30 July 2005
    Homeport: Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
    Motto: Hit Hard Hit Fast Hit Often
    Status: in active service, as of 2015

    Displacement: 9,300 tons
    Length: 509 ft 6 in (155.30 m)
    Beam: 66 ft (20 m)
    Draft: 31 ft (9.4 m)
    Propulsion: 4 × General Electric LM2500-30 gas turbines, 2 shafts, 100,000 shp (75 MW)
    Speed: 30+ knots (55+ km/h)
    Complement: 257 officers and enlisted
    Armament: 1 × 32 cell, 1 × 64 cell Mk 41 vertical launch systems,
    96 × RIM-66 SM-2, BGM-109 Tomahawk or RUM-139 VL-Asroc, missiles
    1 × 5/62 in (127/62 mm),
    2 × 25 mm,
    4 × 12.7 mm guns
    2 × Mk 46 triple torpedo tubes
    1 x 20mm Phalanx CIWS
    Aircraft carried: 2 × SH-60 Sea Hawk helicopters

  • edited April 2015

    9/10 looks pretty BA...

    "shoe leather express"
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    they are DC high tops and get me any where I want to go. There are a few holes but they dont let too much rain water in.
    Top speed - as fast as I can go
    Price - $40-$60

  • 5/10 "I would have given a 10 but odor eaters for the win!"

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    COUNTRY: Imperium of man
    Forge World: Lucius
    NAME: BaneBlade "11 Barrels of Hell"
    YEAR: Dark age of technology (first fielded)
    CLASS: Super Battle Tank
    CREW: 10 (Commander, Driver, 3 Gunners, 3 Loaders, Comms-Operator, Engineer)

    Main weapon: BaneBlade Cannon (also known as "Mega Battle Cannon"), Demolisher Cannon - The main guns may not have much ammo but what they hit...they destroy...
    Main Ammunition: 22 and 18
    Secondary weapon: Autocannon, 2 Lascannons, 6 Heavy Bolters giving the baneblade 360° fire ark on any target within range.
    Secondary Ammunition: 4000 rounds

    Speed and powerplant:
    Power Plant: LC503 V18 P4 Multi-Fuel
    Max Speed - on road: 25kph
    Max Speed - off road: 18kph

    Turret Specifications:
    Traverse: 360° and 6°
    Elevation: From From -2° to 28°
    Turret Armor: 220mm
    Gun Mantlet Armor: 180mm

    Hull and Superstructure specifications:
    Superstructure Armor: 210mm
    Hull armor: 190mm
    Ground clearance: 1.2m

    General specifications:
    Weight: 319 Tonnes
    Length: 13.5m
    width: 8.4m
    Height: 6.6m

  • edited July 2015

    4/10 Simply because of a few things.

    1. Not a lot of ammunition(22, 18, respectively. You destroy 22 targets, and 18 buildings, but then what?)

    2. Multi-turrets. There's a reason the concept of multi-turreted tanks died out after the start of the Second World War. Imagine trying to command a group of 4 in a cramped steel box and you don't have any vision. Now imagine trying to command a crew of 10 in an even more cramped steel box when you don't know where they are looking or if they're shooting at something else.

    3. Extremely slow. 25km/h? Seriously?

    4. -2 degrees of gun depression. Russian tanks have better gun depression than that, and the Russian tanks have terrible gun depression.

    5. Weight. 319 tonnes? Ridiculous. The Maus was just 131 tonnes lighter than that, and it was too heavy for roads and bridges.

    And now for something completely different.

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    Name: Leopard 2A5

    Place of Origin: Germany

    Year introduced: 1990(A total of 225 Leopard 2s were upgraded to the 2A5 standard by 1998.)

    Main Armament: 120mm Rheinmetall L55 (42 rounds)

    Secondary Armament: Coaxial MG3A1 (4,750 rounds)

    Powerplant: MTU MB 873 Ka-501 liquid-cooled V-12 Twin-turbo diesel engine, 1,500PS (1,479hp) at 2600rpm.

    Top Speed on Road: 72km/h.

    Armour: 3rd generation composite; including high-hardness steel, tungsten and plastic filler with ceramic component.

    Weight: 62.3 tonnes.
    Length: 9.97m (Gun forward)
    Width: 3.75m
    Height: 3.0m

    Number built: 3,480

  • edited July 2015

    9/10 Absolutely gorgeous, love the shape of the turret and the design. Camouflage seems to be top notch as well.

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    Name: M3 Lee

    Type: Medium Tank

    Place of Origin: United States

    Production Date: August 1941-December 1942

    Numbers created: 6.258

    Main weapon: 1x75mm Gun M2/M3 (46 rounds) - 1x37mm Gun M5/M6 (178 rounds)
    Secondary: 2-4x30.06 Browning m1919A4 Machine Guns (9,200 rounds)

    Engine: Wright (Continental) R975 EC2 400 hp (300 kW)/340 hp (250 kW)
    Speed: 16mph off-road/26mph on-road

    Fuel: 662 liters (175 US Gallons)

    Crew: 7

  • 7/10 - I'm not very fond of the M3 Lee's design

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    Place of Origin:

    Production Date:
    April 1937 - June of 1941

    Numbers created:
    20 to 30

    Main weapon:
    152mm M-10Sh Howitzer x 1 (Ammo: 20)

    45mm 20-K cannon x 1 (Ammo: 113)
    20mm TNShSH cannon x 1 (Ammo: 600)

    Machine guns:
    7.62 DT machine gun x 1 (Ammo: 1260)
    7.62 DT machine gun x 1 (Ammo: 1260)
    12.7 DShK machine gun x 1 (Ammo: 1200)

    400 hp at 2400 rpm

    26 km/h

    Turret Rotation Speed:

    Hull Armor:
    75/60/60 mm

  • 10/10 Gotta love those soviet mechs :D

    Name: X-59 Marauder

    Type: Advanced Interceptor

    Max Speed: 3,500 km/h (Mach 2.86)

    Acceleration: Up to 600 km/h per second

    Service Ceiling: 128,160 ft

    Max Turn Rate: 95°/s

    Powerplant: [Insert name of vectored fusion reactor here]

    Armor: Hardened (amorphous) alien plating, up to 4 inches thick

    -1x Cannon Hard Point (Ballistic, Laser, Plasma)
    -2x Missile Hard Point (Light or Heavy; Ballistic, Laser, Plasma)

    Crew: 1

    Cost: $400,000 (would be $A lot IRL)

  • 10/10 Love Xenonauts

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    Name: M46 Patton

    Place of Origin: United States of America

    Year introduced: 1949

    Main Armament: 9cm M3A1 (70 rounds)

    Secondary Armament: 12,7mm M2HB Browning. Coaxial 7,62mm M1919A4. Hull-mounted 7.62mm M1919A4.

    Powerplant: Continental AV-1790-5A V12, air-cooled Twin-turbo gasoline engine
    810 hp (604 kW)

    Top Speed on Road: 48km/h.

    Armour: 101mm at front of hull. 101mm on turret front and behind mantlet. 114mm on mantlet.

    Weight: 44 tonnes.
    Length: 8.48m
    Width: 3.51m
    Height: 3.18m

    Number built: 800+360 M46A1

    Opinion: Favourite post-war American tank. Based on the M26 Pershing, which saw action in both the Second World War and the Korean War. (Meaning it can be in Darkest Hour.) Differences between the M26 and M46 are basically the M46 has better reliability and mobility than the M26. The M26 wasn't used much in the Second World War because of reliability issues. It was only standardised in March of 1945, after a month of testing. Even then, the Army did not like it that much(transmission was overloaded, engine as well; used the same transmission and engine as the M4A3, which was a 30tonne tank.).

  • edited November 2015

    4/10 inferior american imperial system engineering:

    Name:Leopard 2

    Type:Main Battle Tank.

    Crewe: 4

    Power plant:MTU 12-cilinder motor 1500pk (PK=HP)

    Max speed:72 km/h (on road)

    Driving range:450 km

    length and measurements:
    Width: 3,77 m
    Lengte:10,97 m
    Height:2,64 m
    Weight: 67,5 ton

    Armor and Armament:
    Armor: (type):perforatiepantser
    Main gun: Rheinmetall 120-mm-smoothbore kanon
    Secondary: 7,62 mm coaxiaal
    Defensive Armament:7,62 mm AA-machine gun 12
    -Rookbus launchers FLW 200 with 40 mm grenade launcher (option 1)
    -.50 cal machinegun (option 2)

    Unite cost:5.74 million USD

    History and Facts:
    Developed by:The tank was in Munich (Germany) developed by the then Krauss-Maffei AG in the 1970s.

    Service:in service since 1979 and counting
    Used by:Germany-Belgium-Netherland-Norway-Portugal-Finland-Sweden-Spain-Switzerland-Poland-Denmark-Turkey-Chili-Australia.

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    The Rheinmetall-Borsig Waffenträger

    Developed by the Rheinmetall-Borsig company and designed as a special artillery carrier. The vehicle was designed to carry an artillery system as well as to fire from the chassis. The vehicle utilized the suspension of the Hetzer tank destroyer. Development continued from the end of 1942 through to the middle of 1944. However, the project was discontinued in favor of the Ardelt project because of a complicated design, high cost, and excessive weight.

  • @"PFC Ismael" Psst! Don't forget to rate 0-10 about the vehicle above you!

    6/10. Very interesting design there, I sure hope that top image wasn't used in actual warfare. It's like something we do in fun drills where you just slap a Pak-40 on the top of a turret-less Sherman.

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    First Flight:
    -18 April 1941 with piston engine
    -18 July 1942 with jet engines

    Numbers built:
    - 1,430

    Weapon variants for the fighter class:

    • two 20 mm (0.787 in) MG 151/20 cannon
    • two 30 mm (1.181 in) MK 103 cannon
    • two 30 mm (1.181 in) MK 108 cannon
    • six 30 mm (1.181 in) MK 108 cannon
    • Jagdfaust mortars

    Other weaponry was proposed for use on the vehicle like rockets and bigger cannons.

    WIKI Information:

    The Messerschmitt Me 262, nicknamed Schwalbe (German: "Swallow") in fighter versions, or Sturmvogel (German: "Storm Bird") in fighter-bomber versions, was the world's first operational jet-powered fighter aircraft.[5] Design work started before World War II began, but engine problems, metallurgical problems and top-level interference kept the aircraft from operational status with the Luftwaffe until mid-1944. The Me 262 was faster, and more heavily-armed than any Allied fighter, including the British jet-powered Gloster Meteor.[6] One of the most advanced aviation designs in operational use during World War II,[7] the Me 262 was used in a variety of roles, including light bomber, reconnaissance, and even experimental night fighter versions.

    Me 262 pilots claimed a total of 542 Allied kills,[8] although higher claims are sometimes made.[Note 1] The Allies countered its potential effectiveness in the air by attacking the aircraft on the ground and during takeoff and landing. Engine reliability problems, from the pioneering nature of its Junkers Jumo 004 axial-flow turbojet engines—the first ever placed in mass production—and attacks by Allied forces on fuel supplies during the deteriorating late-war situation also reduced the effectiveness of the aircraft as a fighting force. In the end, the Me 262 had a negligible impact on the course of the war as a result of its late introduction and the consequently small numbers put in operational service.[10]

    While German use of the aircraft ended with the close of the Second World War, a small number were operated by the Czechoslovak Air Force until 1951. Captured Me 262s were studied and flight tested by the major powers, and ultimately influenced the designs of a number of post-war aircraft such as the North American F-86 Sabre and Boeing B-47 Stratojet.[7] A number of aircraft have survived on static display in museums, and there have also been several privately built flying reproductions.

  • 7/10 i like the plane for its style and ingenuity but various flaws including huge problems with engine and fuel system proved them not totally effective

    now i cant believe this has been not put on this thread yet:

    Spitfire (Specifically the Mk VB)

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    Crew of 1
    Max speed 370 mph / 595 kmh
    Armament varied on models:
    A wing
    8 × .303 in Browning Mk II* machine guns (350 rounds per gun)
    B wing
    2 × 20mm Hispano Mk II (60 rounds per gun)
    4 × .303 in Browning Mk II* machine guns (350 rounds per gun)
    C wing
    4 × 20mm Hispano Mk II cannon (120 rounds per gun)
    C wing (Alt.)
    2 × 20mm Hispano Mk II (120 rounds per gun)
    4 × .303 in Browning Mk II* machine guns (350 rounds per gun)
    E wing
    2 × 20mm Hispano Mk II cannon (120 rounds per gun)
    2 × .50 in M2 Browning machine guns (250 rounds per gun)

  • 7.5/10 great mid altitude fighter

    Shockwave is one of three jet-powered American trucks. Namely, Shockwave, a Peterbilt semi, and Super Shockwave, a 1957 Chevy, Bob Motz drives the third.

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    Shockwave is the first of the Shockwave trucks. It currently holds the world record for jet-powered full-sized trucks at 376 miles per hour (605 km/h).[1] The truck has three Pratt & Whitney J34-48 jets, which allow the truck to complete the quarter-mile in 6.63 seconds.[2]

  • 7/10 - Probably the quickest way to get out of the desert heat

    And since the Christmas is coming..

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    Name: Rangifer tarandus
    Place of Origin: Scandinavia, Greenland, Northen Russia
    Year introduced: ~2.6 million years ago
    Main Armament: Two antlers (Can range up to 100 cm in width and 135 cm in length)
    Secondary Armament: Four hooves
    Powerplant: Four-chambered stomach
    Top Speed on Road: 60 – 80 km/h.
    Weight: 150 – 250 kg
    Length: 162 – 205 cm (Females) 180–214 cm (Males)
    Height: 85 - 150 cm
    Number built: Varies

  • 10/10 no maintiance needed

    i will let the video speak for its self


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