DARPA's Ground X-Vehicle T

DARPA's Ground X-Vehicle Technologies (GXV-T) program aims to improve mobility, survivability, safety, and effectiveness of future combat vehicles without piling on armor. The demonstrations featured here show progress on technologies for traveling quickly over varied terrain and improving situational awareness and ease of operation.

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-3 1. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

Noel Coward was a charmer
As a writer he was Brahma
Velvet, jackets and pajamas
The gay divorcee and other dramas

There ain't half been some clever bastards
(Lucky bleeders, lucky bleeders)
There ain't half been some clever bas-tards

Van Gogh did some eyeball pleasers
He must have been a pencil squeezer
He didn't do the Mona Lisa
That was an Italian geezer

There ain't half been some clever bastards
(Lucky bleeders, lucky bleeders)
There ain't half been some clever bas-tards

Einstein can't be classed as witless
He claimed atoms were the littlest
When you did a bit of splitting-em-ness
Frighten everybody shitless

There ain't half been some clever bastards
Probably got help from their mum
(Who had help from her mum)

There ain't half been some clever bastards
Now that we've had some
Let's hope that there's lots more to come

There ain't half been some clever bastards
(Lucky bleeders, lucky bleeders)
There ain't half been some clever bas-tards

Okey-dokey
Oh, Segovia
Da-laa la-laa da-daa da-lee
De dump di dump de dump-dump-diddle li-lee

There ain't half been some clever bastards
(Lucky bleeders, lucky bleeders)
There ain't half been some clever bastards
(Lucky bleeders, lucky bleeders)

There ain't half been some clever bastards
(Lucky bleeders, lucky bleeders)
There ain't half been some clever bastards
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-2 2. Austin commented 1 year ago

#1. Judge-Jake. You really need to practice what you preach / prattle on about with respect to others and their postings / comments

JJ, 35 days ago, on another video, you wrote in response to my post ‘.Are you copy pasting?? cos that's a shootable offence round these parts.

Well someone needs to shoot you then. Lifting without attribution the lyrics ‘There Ain’t Half Been Some Clever Bastards’ by The Blockheads contradicts your own silly declarations. Shame on you.
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+2 3. fjwjr commented 1 year ago

All the technology in this video would be really great in a video game, but would be rendered useless in actual combat in about 2 minutes. Car bombs, RPG's, even one well placed bullet and all the visuals are gone. How would the computers deal with extreme heat or high water? In Iraq we had internal Humvee temps well over 134 degrees. We had water up to our radios and took bomb blasts that (the ones that didn't completely destroy a vehicle) bent armored doors. I can just see those morphing wheels being rendered inoperable by a rock....
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+1 4. cameramaster commented 1 year ago

The more complex a system the more there is to go wrong...(and Murphy's law says it will go wrong)...and probably in direct proportion to the square of the level of complexity. Bring on a CME ( coronal mass ejection ) or a high altitude nuclear blast which would fry the electronics and that'll be as much use as a chocolate frying pan.
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+1 5. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

#2 Austin

"Austin"

She left without leavin' a number
Said she needed to clear her mind
He figured she'd gone back to Austin
'Cause she talked shit all the time
It was almost a year before she called him up
Three rings and an answering machine is what she got

If you're callin' 'bout the car I sold it
If this is Tuesday night I'm bowling
If you've got somethin' to sell, you're wastin' your time, I'm not buyin'
If it's anybody else, wait for the tone,
You know what to do
And P.S. if this is Austin, you're a MOO MOO

The telephone fell to the counter
She heard but she couldn't believe
What kind of man would hang on that long
What kind of love that must be
She waited three days, and then she tried again
She didn't know what she'd say,
But she heard three rings and then

If it's Friday night I'm at the ballgame
And first thing Saturday, if it don't rain
I'm headed out to the lake
And I'll be gone, all weekend long
But I'll call you back when I get home
On Sunday afternoon
And P.S. If this is Austin, you're still a MOO MOO

Well, this time she left her number
But not another word
Then she waited by the phone on Sunday evenin'
And this is what he heard

If you're callin' 'bout my heart
It's still yours
I should've listened to it a little more
Then it wouldn't have taken me so long to know where I belong
And by the way, boy, this is no machine you're talkin' to
Can't you tell, this is Austin, and I'm a MOO MOO
I'm still a MOO MOO
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+4 6. Dennis53 commented 1 year ago

How to make a $10,000 jeep cost $300,000