10 Most Insane Secret Military Machines That Leave You Stunned
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The biggest militaries in the world are always trying to stay on top of cutting-edge technology for a reason: The country with the most technologically advanced would easily be able to conquer their.
There is always something being invented, and some countries have been able to keep their latest technological a secret, that is until 20-30 years pass when we do finally see something that blows our minds. Join us as we take a look at 10 Most Insane Secret Military Vehicles.
10. Harrier Jump Jet – When the public first saw this plane, they couldn’t believe their eyes. A military jet that had the ability to take off and land like a helicopter was a thing straight out of science fiction. The Harrier is actually informally known as the Harrier Jump Jet and is a jet-powered attack aircraft capable of vertical or short takeoff landing operations.
9. Zubr-class Hovercraft – Designed and built the 1980s to be a much larger and more potent follow-on to the Aist Class LCAC already in service, the Zubr Class took the whole landing craft concept to an extraordinary new level. Whether it be the massive Typhoon Class ballistic submarines or the menacing Kirov Class Battle Cruisers, the USSR of the 1980s tended to prefer their military hardware massive.
8. 1K17 Szhatie – During the closing years of the , the USSR tried to make that part of science fiction come true and it worked, but not too well. This was once a classified military weapon that entered the Russian army in 1992.
7. The Zil-157 – The Soviet Union was a pretty forward-thinking place in regard to tanks and SP, but woefully backward in the area of trucks and transportation in general.
6. PL-01 Stealth Tank – This is the world’s first fifth-generation “stealth tank” which is practically invisible to infrared and radar detection. Developed by the Polish state-owned defense firm OBRUM with support from BAE Systems. The primary of the PL-01 will either be a 105 mm or 120 mm gun fed by an autoloader that ensures a rate of fire of six rounds a minute.
5. M80 Stiletto – The M-Ship Company designed the M80 Stiletto and it was built by Knight & Carver, a commercial and private shipbuilder out of San Diego, California utilizing advanced composites and a slew of then cutting-edge technologies with an emphasis on adaptability. The vessel was originally envisioned as the centerpiece of an initiative called Project WolfPAC which aimed to revolutionize “netcentric” command and control capabilities and combat effectiveness of small ships operating cooperatively with other vessels.
3. Sea Shadow IX-529 – Originally built in 1985 by Lockheed Martin, the Sea Shadow was intended to test whether the same technologies that spawned the F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter could be applied to naval vessels as well.
2. UH-19RXW HoverWing – The UH-19XRW Hoverwing isn’t a craft that was designed by the military, however it could have some military uses and is advertised as a possible military vehicle. Smooth lines, excellent aerodynamics and a high-efficiency drive system keep the noise inside and outside the cockpit lower than any manufactured hovercraft available.