|Love, Death & Robots Vol. 3
||Animation, Short, Anthology
|No. of Episodes
The third season (also known as Love, Death & Robots Vol. 3) consists of 9 episodes. Each episode tells an independent story in different genres. All stories are based on existing books. The season was aired on Netflix on May 20th, 2022. A short description of each episode can be seen in the discussion page.
The following weapons were used in Season 3 of the animated series Love, Death & Robots:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
The slide and barrel of a Beretta 92FS pistol stick out of an ammunition box located in the destroyed survivors' camp in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01).
Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm Parabellum
The gun is visible to the left of the broken monitor.
The Colt M1911A1 lies on the table in the survivors' camp in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01). What appears to be an M1911A1 is also seen on the cover of the gun magazine that XBOT 4000 (voiced by Gary Anthony Williams) picks up from a corpse.
The Colt pistol lies on top of the ammo box on the table to the left. The second one is taped to the wall.
The girl poses with a gun on the cover of a magazine in the same episode.
The Colt's back side is good seen far left.
One more gun is seen in bathroom.
Colt 1862 Navy
In "Bad Travelling" (S3E02), Torrin (voiced by Troy Baker) receives the key to the weapon box from Thanapod and runs after what appears to be a Colt 1862 Navy revolver before the ship's crew attacks him. After this incident, he constantly carries a gun with him, not trusting his people. After voting, he executes Melis and his brother Calis (both voiced by Anthony Mark Barrow) with one shot, who made the wrong choice. Later aims at another member of the ship, who was trying to commit an assassination. At night, Torrin, having outwitted the team, kills everyone after the failed assassination attempt. Left alone on the ship one on one with the sea monster, he decides to burn the ship along with the crab by firing a revolver at barrels of jable shark oil.
Colt 1862 Navy - .36 caliber
Torrin at the last moment snatches the gun from the box, saving himself.
-Listen carefully. I’m in no mood to repeat myself. The thing speaks.
He continues to keep the ship's crew at gunpoint, telling them what Thanapod wants.
The new captain tucking a gun after the execution of large sailor.
A close-up of the revolver as the crew makes a plan.
As stated above, Torrin now carries a gun with him at all times, in this case during the announcement of the voting results.
Sitting in a crow's nest, he points the Colt Navy at an unfortunate assassin.
However, he does not shoot because of the crab calling to the cargo hold.
The only surviving crew member (but not quite) takes a breath after the massacre of his team.
In the ship's hold, Torrin takes out a gun after a short lecture on the benefits of jable sharks...
...and shoots the lamp, setting fire to the entire ship along with the Thanapod.
As the fire engulfs the room, the man runs out, dropping his Colt.
The Glock 17 is seen in the gun magazine that XBOT 4000 reads in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01). All U.S. MARSOC Marines of the Delta Zero Three squad carry 4th Generation Glock 17 pistols with tan-colored frames with Trijicon RMR sights in Safariland 6354DO ALS leg holsters in "In Vaulted Halls Entombed" (S3E08). When Coulthard's rifle runs out of ammo, he pulls out his pistol and continues shooting at the rolling monsters. After escaping from the monsters, Harper draws her Glock 17 after her rifle runs out of ammo, and then she uses the pistol.
Glock 17 - 9x19mm Parabellum
XBOT 4000 reads the Glock page in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01).
Glock 17 (4th Gen) - 9x19mm Parabellum
Glock 17 w/tan frame - 9x19mm Parabellum
Glock 17s can be seen holstered in Harper's leg holster on the left and Spencer's in the middle at the start of "In Vaulted Halls Entombed" (S3E08).
The Glock's slide back plate and tan grip frame of Beaumont's and Coulthard's holstered pistols are visible when the team enters the cave.
The characteristic features of the pistols are clearly visible while Beaumont and Dilman move deeper into the cave.
Beaumont's holstered Glock 17 is clearly visible after the loss of the hostage. All Marines have Safariland 6354DO ALS leg holsters as the holster is seen covering the RMR sight.
Beaumont's Glock 17 is also clearly visible as Spencer tries to remove "something" on his comrade's back.
Coulthard shoots at the creatures with his Glock 17 pistol with a Trijicon red dot sight when his rifle runs completely dry.
-Just this... Might save the last round for myself though.
Harper shows that her Glock 17 is the only weapon she has left. Unlike other Marines, her pistol has a flashlight.
Harper and Coulthard enter the dungeon of the ancient god. Her gun is holstered at this moment.
Harper draws her gun at this point when she and Coulthard fall down.
A close-up of Harper's Glock 17 with Trijicon RMR and flashlight as she starts shooting at the God. Note the large guide rod, confirming her gun is a 4th Generation model. Her pistol appears to have a camouflage painted slide.
After firing her gun at the God in rage, which does not harm him in any way, the Glock 17 locks empty. Strangely the guide rod disappears soon after firing the last round.
Private Erwin (voiced by Andrew Kishino) and Sergeant Nielson (voiced by Gabriel Luna) carry what appears to be a SIG-Sauer P320 in "Kill Team Kill" (S3E05).
SIG-Sauer P320 - 9x19mm Parabellum
A pistol holster can be seen on a Private's leg in the background.
Sergeant Nielson draws his secondary gun as grizzly grabs Private Coutts.
And shoots it in the face.
SIG-Sauer P320 Compact
At least 3 SIG-Sauer P320 Compact pistols lie in the survivors' camp in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01).
SIG-Sauer P320 Compact - 9x19mm Parabellum
The gun lies on the table, to the left of the dead body. Another pistol is taped to the wall.
And the third gun, taped up with tape, is in the bathroom.
Single Action Army
Two Single Action Army revolvers are depicted on a poster in the survivors' camp in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01).
Colt Single Action Army with 5.5" barrel - .45 Long Colt
It is visible on the paper poster above.
Smith & Wesson Schofield
Two of the dead survivalists in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01) have hats with Smith & Wesson Schofield revolvers on them, specifically the shorter-barreled "Wells Fargo" variant.
Smith & Wesson Schofield ("Wells Fargo" model with 5" barrel) - .45 Schofield
XBOT 4000 (voiced by Gary Anthony Williams) picks up a skull with a hat.
Guns are also visible on another corpse's cap.
The robot puts on the hat he took from the dead survivalist.
Heckler & Koch MP5A5
The Heckler & Koch MP5A5 is seen on the wall in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01). An MP5 cut in two lies at the site of the massacre in Camp Eisenhower in "Kill Team Kill" (S3E05).
Heckler & Koch MP5A5 - 9x19mm - 9x19mm Parabellum
The MP5 is seen on the gun rack far to the left in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01).
And one more in the bathroom.
A group of soldiers find mauled bodies and MP5 in a bunker in "Kill Team Kill" (S3E05).
The AK rifle is depicted on the back of a T-shirt on a dead camper in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01). The insurgent group that took Anderson hostage are seen partially armed with AK rifles in "In Vaulted Halls Entombed" (S3E08). When the Marines squad finds several dead bodies in the cave, they also find an AK next to one of the victims. In the temple, two surviving rebels with guns run away from hostile creatures until Coulthard kills them.
The rifle is seen on the dead body.
Coulthard keeps an eye on armed enemies through binoculars. An AK rifle can be seen at the fighter highlighted by the circle.
Another terrorist, who pushes the branches to open the cave entrance, holds the gun.
The AK rifle lies in the background near the dead rebels.
The only surviving rebels, brandishing guns, run away from the monsters in horror.
Colt Model 933
The Colt Model 933 fitted with a Daniel Defense MK18 RIS II and tan buttstock (similar to the one seen in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019)) is seen on the wall in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01).
Colt Model 933 - 5.56x45mm NATO
The carbine hangs far to the left. Note exactly the same tan grip with a black insert.
Note the shorter barrel and tan M4SS stock.
The M4A1 is taped to the wall in the camp bathroom in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01).
Colt M4A1 - 5.56x45mm NATO.
The unmodified rifle, along with other weapons, hangs in the camp bathroom.
M4A1 Block II
All U.S. MARSOC Marines from the Delta Zero Three squad, namely Sergeant Coulthard (voiced by Joe Manganiello), Harper (voiced by Christian Serratos), Spencer (voiced by Jai Courtney), Beaumont (voiced by Noshir Dalal), Dilman (voiced by Stanton Lee), and Gladstone (voiced by Jeff Schine), are armed with M4A1 Block II carbines with EOTech XPS sights with magnifiers, Trijicon RMR red dot sights canted at 45 degrees, suppressors, flashlights, AN/PEQ-15 tactical lasers, QD slings, Magpul P-MAG magazines, Magpul pistol grips, Magpul MOE stocks and various tactical grips in "In Vaulted Halls Entombed" (S3E08).
M4A1 SOPMOD Block II - 5.56x45mm NATO
Harper watches the insurgents through a scope of her M4A1 at the beginning of the episode.
Spencer's M4 rifle is clearly visible on the right during the halt. He, Beaumont, Dilman and Gladstone have Magpul RVG foregrips on their rifles.
Dilman hands out a Magpul P-MAG magazine to Spencer, while joking with him. His rifle is equipped with a tan grip and tan PMAG, and unlike the other Marines with their EOTechs, Dilman's has what appears to be a Nightforce NX8 1-8x24mm scope, though the logo is changed likely for copyright reasons, affirming he may be the team’s designated marksman. Also "Blackbeard flag" patches are seen on Spencer's FAST helmet and Harper's right shoulder, as well on the Marines uniform, plate carriers and kit.
-Get ready to move.
Sergeant Coulthard with his Block II M4A1 rifle.
Coulthard chambers his M4A1 Block II before his team enters the cave. The animation appropriately shows the dust cover opening and the bolt cycling.
-Beaumont, on point. One beam, no white light.
Coulthard with his M4A1 raised up as he lets Beaumont go ahead.
Beaumont turns on the laser of his AN/PEQ-15 on his Block II M4A1, stepping forward.
Beaumont goes first in line with his M4 ready, wearing night vision goggles now.
Dilman with his scoped M4A1 in the cave.
Coulthard stands with his carbine as he and Beaumont discuss the torn dead bodies. Note Beaumont has one or two STANAG magazines in his webbing alongside his P-MAGs.
Beaumont stands with his carbine showcasing the Magpul RVG grip, convincing them that they need to return to the Raptor Base.
The Sergeant and the others aim ther Block II rifles at the sound of gunfire heard in the depths of the cave.
And now the camera focuses on Spencer aiming his carbine.
Harper comes forward with her M4A1 Block II at the ready. Harper and Coulthard's rifles have spray painted MOE buttstocks.
A group shot of the whole squad with their Block II M4A1 carbines as they silently watch a large swarm of creatures crawling towards them.
Beaumont, who was closest to the monster horde, starts shooting his M4A1 first.
Coulthard and Harper open fire at the attacking creatures, however this does not help them in any way, because there are hundreds of them closing in on them. Note that both Coulthard and Harper have Magpul AFG grips on their rifles, while the rest of the marines have Magpul RVG vertical grips. Coulthard and Beaumont also have STANAG magazines alongside P-MAGs in their pouches
Gladstone fires his rifle while escaping.
After entering an unknown temple, Coulthard and Harper raise their Block II carbines after noticing Dilman is missing. Note the Seargeant's bolt reliease button is sticking out indicating he's out of bullets in this scene.
Spencer with his Block II carbine ready after hearing some sounds from entering the tunnel with the monsters behind.
Harper and Spencer with their M4A1 Block II carbines as they both spot two insurgents running away from down afar. Harper's admin pouch has a medical Red Cross patch afirming she's the team's Corpsman while Spencer has an Australian flag patch under his team's US flag SF Assaulter CQB Skull, Dagger and Crossed Arrows patch, likely as a nod to Jai Courtney
himself being Australian.
Despite the dangers to all of them, Coulthard immediately decides to kill the two insurgents at a distant range, impressively without using his magnifying scope on his rifle.
Mk 14 Mod 0 EBR
Private Macy (voiced by Steve Blum) is armed with what appears to be a Mk 14 Mod 0 EBR in "Kill Team Kill" (S3E05). Sergeant Morris (voiced by Joel McHale) take the same rifle in Camp Eisenhower and uses it in the final battle.
Mk 14 Mod 0 EBR with a Harris bipod and RIS foregrip - 7.62x51mm NATO
Macy, along with the rest of the team, is upset with the long climb up the rocks.
He points the rifle at the cyber grizzly.
And the whole team start shooting.
Macy shoots from a rifle. Note that in a close-up, the fire selector is rendered.
He takes a breath as the cyborg backs off, frightened by the ultrasound from Morris' transmitter.
Sergeant Morris checks the rifle as the squad prepares for battle in the armory.
Macy runs, shooting on the run. This seems to be the only scene where the fire selector is seen.
Scared Macy sits with a rifle after the victory.
Private Erwin (voiced by Andrew Kishino) is armed with what appears to be a Springfield M1A with EBR chassis, scope, and bipods in "Kill Team Kill" (S3E05).
Springfield M1A in SOPMOD configuration with Parker & Hale bipod - 7.62x51mm NATO
The rifle replaces the Private's machine gun, which was incorrect in the previous scene.
Erwin holds the rifle at the Team Two's battlefield.
The close-up of Private Erwin with a rifle, ready to shoot.
He, along with Macy, are ready to attack the cyborg.
And the whole team start shooting.
Many law enforcement and military forces, as well as the survivors, use various tiny weapons in "Night of the Mini-Dead" (S3E04).
Police officers shoot some of the first zombies.
The Swiss Guard protects St. Peter's Square in the Vatican.
A group of rednecks defend themselves against a horde of zombies in a primitive car cover.
Front-mounted machine gun on the van starts shooting. Also on the truck, you can see the missile launcher, which also started the fire.
It flies straight into the crowd of zombies ahead, clearing the way.
Another armored car with a side-mounted machine gun.
A group of survivors shoot down a herd of zombies from an armored tram.
A group of soldiers desperately tries to protect a nuclear power plant.
Soldiers protect the White House at all costs.
The unknown rifle hangs on the wall in the survivors' camp in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01).
The rifle hangs above the poster.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
What appears to be a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun hangs on the wall in the survivors' camp in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01).
Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
The gun hangs higher than the rest.
The Mossberg 500 is seen on the wall in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01).
Mossberg 500 with high-capacity magazine tube - 12 gauge
The Mossberg 500 is seen on the gun rack far to the left.
Note the railed handguard.
Triple Barreled Shotgun
Old farmer Mason (voiced by Craig Ferguson) keeps a triple-barreled shotgun on his farm in "Mason's Rats" (S3E07). When he spots rats in the barn, he takes it and goes to meet them. During the final battle, Mason destroys an allied anti-pest robot to save the rats. Mason’s shotgun appears to be a combination of the Chiappa Triple Threat with it’s triple barrels and the M30 Luftwaffe Drilling in visual of the barrel placement and firing mechanism.
Chiappa Triple Threat - 12 gauge
M30 Luftwaffe Drilling - 12 gauge & 9.3x74mmR
Mason leaves the house. His shotgun is on the porch.
He walks into the barn with the gun at the ready.
A close-up of the hammer frame.
All three barrels are clearly visible.
After Mason finds the rat field hospital, pity takes over and he destroys his robot. A good shot of the shotguns Chiappa like triple barrels but in the placement of the M30 Luftwaffe.
A Browning M2HB machine gun is mounted on one of the makeshift post-apocalyptic vehicles in "Night of the Mini-Dead" (S3E04).
A barely visible machine gun is mounted in the trunk of a VW Beetle.
Part of the receiver with a handle successfully hits the light of another car.
General Dynamics GAU-17/A
Several General Dynamics GAU-17/A machine guns are mounted in the camp of survivors in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01).
General Dynamics GAU-17/A - 7.62x51mm NATO
The machine gun can be seen when the robots approach the survivor camp.
Another machine gun with a rail is mounted in the bathroom.
The close-up of the machine gun. Note the slotted flash hider.
Machine gun barrels sticking out of the window of one of the buildings.
Private Coutts (voiced by Steve Blum) is armed with a M249 SAW in "Kill Team Kill" (S3E05).
M249 SAW with folding carry handle, heat shield, improved handguard, plastic stock, and 200-round ammo box - 5.56x45mm NATO
Private Coutts calls Folen, holding the machine gun at the ready in case of a threat.
The squad prepares to move forward. Note that in this shot, the machine gun has an ACOG scope, which is not present in any other scene.
And the whole team start shooting.
Coutts fires his machine gun on the right. Note the characteristic 200-round ammo box.
M249 SAW (w/IMI Negev Commando parts)
Private Erwin (voiced by Andrew Kishino) and Private Folen (voiced by Seth Green) are armed with a M249 SAW with IMI Negev Commando-parts fitted with HAMR scope in "Kill Team Kill" (S3E05). Sergeant Nielson (voiced by Gabriel Luna) is also armed with a similar gun but with an underbarreled grenade launcher. Another machine gun is seen sticking out of a dead body in Camp Eisenhower. After joining Nielson's group, Sergeant Morris (voiced by Joel McHale) is armed with a machine gun.
IMI Negev Commando with a 35-round box magazine - 5.56x45mm NATO. Image used to show magazine and grip.
Due to a continuity error, Erwin sits in the background with a machine gun. However, he uses a rifle throughout the rest of the episode.
Nielson with a machine gun in his hands is in complete shock when he finds Team Two torn to pieces.
Folen with his scoped Negev in the background.
Folen screams when a cyber grizzly appears.
Sergeant Nielson with his MG and grenade launcher.
And the whole team start shooting.
Again due to a continuity error, the Private uses a machine gun at the last moment of his life. Here you can clearly see the ELCAN SpecterDR scope with top-mounted Leupold DeltaPoint reflex sight.
Folen and Nielson listen to Morris' instructions.
Folen controls the gorge with a machine gun while Morris looks for the entrance to the secret Camp Eisenhower.
A close-up of the barrel and grenade launcher as the survivors descend into the CIA bunker.
An abandoned machine gun in the dead body of a soldier.
Morris did not expect the base to be destroyed during his absence.
A good close-up of Nielson's machine gun receiver.
The first and only time when Nielson shoots from the underbarreled grenade launcher.
Nielson and Folen shoot with all their might.
In "Kill Team Kill" (S3E05), the remaining soldiers find several M72 LAW missile launchers in Camp Eisenhower armory, which they later use in the final battle with the cyber grizzly.
Private Macy (voiced by Steve Blum) aims the M72 in the armory.
They are ready for battle, waiting for Morris to call on the enemy.
The soldiers aim at the door where the grizzly should appear.
Macy and Folen decide to take revenge for the destroyed robot with a volley of launchers. By mistake in the series, they are presented as reloadable launchers.
A close-up of a rocket flying straight into a grizzly's snout.
Nielson aims the rocket launcher almost at the camera.
And finishes off the almost defeated cyborg with an empty rocket launcher like a club.
During a beating, the weapon briefly regenerates, although it was broken apart a second earlier.
Mk 2 hand grenade
A crate of Mk 2 hand grenades stored on a shelf in an abandoned survivor camp in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01).
Mk 2 fragmentation hand grenade
A rack with grenades and other supplies is on the left.
M67 hand grenade
A crate of M67 hand grenades stored on a shelf in an abandoned survivor camp in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01). A few more grenades lie on the table. Marines Coulthard and Spencer use grenades in "In Vaulted Halls Entombed" (S3E08). When the three surviving marines are again attacked by monsters, Spencer throws a grenade to stop them. At the end of the episode, Coulthard is about to break the chains holding the age-old evil god with a grenade, but Harper stops him.
M67 fragmentation grenade
A rack with grenades and other supplies is on the left. One more grenade lies on the table.
Several grenades on the table.
Spencer throws a grenade at a crowd of hostile creatures in "In Vaulted Halls Entombed" (S3E08).
Harper notices a grenade in the hand of a suspiciously behaving Coulthard.
She pushes the Sergeant and the grenade flies out of his hands.
Camp Eisenhower Armory
A huge arsenal with various weapons is located at Camp Eisenhower in "Kill Team Kill" (S3E05).
Four soldiers enter the armory. The M249 SAW
machine gun lies on a military crate, and two more are stored in a cabinet on top. Racks with many of the same machine guns are along the walls. A lot of different weapons hang on the wall and weapon racks, namely an GE M134 Minigun
, several M16A1s
, Heckler & Koch HK94A3s
(judging by the elongated thin barrel), Mk 14 Mod 0 EBRs
, Colt M1911A1
pistols, what appears to be a SIG-Sauer P320 Carry
pistols with tan frames, several bolt-action rifles, AKMs
, what appears to be SIG SG 551 LBs
and an Mk 18 Mod 0
machine guns, an RPG-7
, Mk 14 Mod 0 EBR
rifles and AKM
rifles stand on a weapon rack along one of the walls. In the background, one more AK, the AKMSU
with folded stock, and the scoped AK with the AS Val
-style metal stock are also hanging on the wall.
CIA Combat Robot
In the armory of Camp Eisenhower, the soldiers find a CIA combat robot in "Kill Team Kill" (S3E05), which is used in the final battle with the cyber grizzly. The robot is equipped with rocket launchers and two miniguns.
Sergeant Morris activates the robot.
The robot attacks first, releasing a missile volley.
Despite the huge power, it does not seem to cause much harm.
But it quickly switches to dual machine guns.
But quickly the robot is destroyed.
In "Mason's Rats" (S3E07) sentient rats defend their hideout in Mason's barn with crossbows fitted with knives as bayonets.
At the first meeting, the rats are unfriendly and meet a farmer with crossbows.
Mason examines the tiny crossbow bolt.
The rats line up and open fire during the battle with TT-15. Note that some of them have knives as bayonets.
They reload after the first salvo.
TrapTech Pest Exterminator Robots
TT-6 Stationary Turret
Mason buys several TT-6 models of combat robots to fight rats from the TrapTech salesman Nigel (voiced by Dan Stevens) in "Mason's Rats" (S3E07). However, the pests quickly destroy all of them, forcing the farmer to purchase an improved version. When a technician arrives to pick up the remains of the turrets, it turns out that one of them is missing. In the final battle between the rats and the robot, they use a broken turret mounted on some kind of tracked vehicle.
Nigel shows ads from the TrapTech'
He examines the destroyed turret.
technician takes out broken turrets.
A rat warrior driving a makeshift vehicle attacks a TT-15 robot.
After the death of the previous driver, the Rat Leader jumps behind the wheel, about to ram the TT-15.
TT-15 Scorpion Robot
After an unsuccessful attempt to get rid of the rats, Mason buys an improved version in the form of a scorpion with a laser minigun in the stinger. This version proves to be far more effective, killing dozens of rats with extreme brutality. When Mason sees such a bloodthirsty robot, he saves rats by shooting TT15.
The new model of anti-pest robot in an advertising magazine.
The TT-15 exits the loading truck.
The close-up of the laser minigun.
A bloodied robot overtakes a wounded rat.
TT-15 fires during the fight with rats.
A detailed look at the sting gun after being hit by a crossbow bolt.
Two flamethrowers are mounted on an armored car that destroys zombies in "Night of the Mini-Dead" (S3E04). In the same episode, two survivors set fire to gasoline from a gas station to kill zombies.
The car burns a horde of zombies.
Two survivors set fire to gasoline from a gas station to burn the attacking zombies.
Minefield in the Camp of Survivors
The extinct survivor camp is surrounded by a minefield in "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01).
The bird grabs a worm from the ground, which causes the mine to detonate.
The President of the United States orders the use of nuclear weapons during the zombie apocalypse in "Night of the Mini-Dead" (S3E04). In response, the rest of the world also launches their nukes, destroying the planet.
The President launches several missiles at once.
Russia launches missiles directly from Red Square.
The UN, which apparently has its own nukes, launches even from somewhere in the Arctic. And vaporizes a colony of penguins with its thrust, to boot.
Several countries enter into a new nuclear conflict at once.
And the whole planet destroys itself. Hey, at least the zombies are gone.
Perimeter Flamethrower Turrets
In "Three Robots: Exit Strategies" (S3E01) the spacecraft launch center is surrounded by flamethrower turrets to protect against unwanted guests.
The robot activates a double-barreled turret.
Several of them burn the already dead skeletons.
F/A-18 Hornet Fighters
The President of the United States gives the order to bombard New York City in "Night of the Mini-Dead" (S3E04). Moments later, a flight of F/A-18 Hornets drops more bombs than they can realistically carry on the city.
A wedge of Hornets is approaching the city.
In a couple of moments, New York is on fire.
Two AH-64 Apache helicopters attack the zombie horde attacking the White House in "Night of the Mini-Dead" (S3E04).
Helicopters cover the infantry. A destroyed M1 Abrams can be seen on the left, too. How zombies managed to destroy an Abrams is anyone's guess.