M113 / M901 GLH-H ‘Ground Launched Hellfire – Heavy’

In the 1990s, there was interest in making a ground-based platform for the Hellfire missile. The heavier variant was based on the M901

A.11.E.1 Infantry Tank Matilda Prototype

The A.11 Matilda started with a special and slightly different prototype - the A.11.E.1 (A.11, Experimental model 1), with a history all of its own.

Roy / Lzarnopyski Infantry Fort

Infantry Fort of George Roy, one among many military vehicles of varying degrees of practicality and reality submitted to the US Patent office just 2 days prior to the Armistice of 11th November 1918.

Straussler Main Battle Tank

The Straussler MBT was a postwar design by Nicholas Straussler which incorporated many of his wartime inventions in the Ultimate Tank.

TOG Citadel

Only on the eve of war did the idea that the Army might need special tanks to avoid the onset of static warfare lead to the TOG Citadel

Ford 3-ton Special Tractor M1918 (Ford 3-ton)

The M1918 was a bid to create a very small tank that could also double as an artillery tractor. While a few were built, it was a failure.

Projekt P.1000

Continuing his projects from the USSR, Grote proposed a 1000 tonne super heavy tank to Nazi Germany, but the project logically went nowhere.

Infantry Tank A.11 Matilda

The Matilda was the first British infantry tank, seeing action only in France, where most were lost during the German invasion.

Ford 3-man Light Tank

Take one highly successful, well designed, mechanically simple tank, in mass production and try and improve on it with a total redesign.

Jacquet Assault Train

Jacquet submitted an odd articulated tank as a patent in 1944, proposing a means of improving the mobility of armored vehicles.