Moving troops through hostile territory is a heck of a lot safer for everyone involved when they're traveling in an armored personnel carrier. But Germany's new state-of-the-art APC does so much more than just move soldiers. It moves them in packs.
Los Angeles is totally jacked up over their Stanley Cup victory just a few days ago, and might have had the coolest "trophy transport truck" of any sports victory parade I've seen.
Glorious Soldiers of the Russian Federation "Anti-Government Ukrainian Militia" that took over Crimea in Ukraine has now moved onto its next target, which is basically all of eastern Ukraine. And, like most random "citizen militia," they've managed to get ahold of an armored personnel carrier to do donuts in.
Sheriff Leon Lott of Richland County, South Carolina has gotten ahold of an M113A2 Armored Personal Carrier (APC) for some serious police work. And though a new APC fitted with a .50-cal belt-fed machine gun is a scary prospect, the Sheriff's department claims it only pays about $2,000 a year to acquire this kind of…