The French military, in 1943, dared to create what they dubbed “a military-grade stink bomb.
One day in 1940, the German Wehrmacht came across a “weird,” remote-controlled prototype vehicle down the River Seine by chance.
Just before World War II ended, the Japanese military conceived a nefarious but—admittedly—ingenious plan to attack the U.S. with bombs.
In 1943, the British military sought to develop a weapon that could break through the Atlantic Wall’s defenses
As World War II raged on, the British army conceived the Hafner Rotabuggy idea. The gadget was essentially a flying jeep with a sublime name, a rotor, and tail fins.
The Bob Semple holds the unenviable tag of being perhaps “the worst military tank man ever built.”
Next comes the VZ-1 Pawnee, a one-person flying platform with two rotors housed in a duct; the latter kept the platform afloat.
Undoubtedly, MB Associates takes credit for developing the Gyrojet or first Rocket Bullets. They developed the Rocket Bullets way back in the 1960s.
At the outset, U.S. military engineers expected the RAH-66 Comanche to be the veritable 21st-century armed scout helicopter.
The Bat Bombs experiment was yet another failed experiment that resulted in a substantial financial loss.
these were the top 10 list of inventions that ment to be used in military that never got use.