Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
It sets off pressure sensitive anti tank road mines. Its a big, powered mine sweeper.--Ray
A solid hydraulic shock absorber system minimizes damage too. Older WW-II models use a huge rolling flailing chains implement attached to the front of the tank.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95QNFXgUP5M
Looks like it's from Star Wars.
Luke, I am your hot rod.Noooooooooo!!
Descended from WWII flail tank: the M4 “Specials”.
Mine rollers were the preferred method by the US in WWII, and still today, over flails because the rollers don't get destroyed like the flails did (and still do.)Plus, can you imagine seeing this thing come at you? Yikes!
It's for making allahu snackbar pancakes.
Ahhhh Megadeth fans!