As far as I know, this one-man tank never left the mind of Les G. Scherer. Scherer designed this personal-sized tank to weigh 7,000 pounds, pack two .30 caliber machine guns, and have 650 ports arrayed around the driver with each port containing a shotgun shell that could be electrically fired. Main selling point of […]
Cutaway drawings of tanks and other military-related armored vehicles.
A circa 1950 G.H. Davis cutway drawing of two Soviet T-34 tanks (in the rear is the bottom of the upcoming Joseph Stalin III tank). The T-34 weighed about 34 tons, with a 500 hp diesel engine. Max speed: 30 mph. Source: Popular Mechanics November 1950
The Walker Bulldog tank was named after General Walton Walker who served in World Wars I and II and the Korean War. He was killed in a car accident in Korea in 1950. The Bulldog was a fast, lightweight tank that could reach speeds of 40 mph under its 51,000 pounds of weight. It was […]