I've been watching videos of human & animal robots for years. With all due respect to Big Dog and other robots navigating obstacles and remaining upright after a collision on ice, are walking robots really superior to tracked robots? Tracks/treads are potentially much faster and I've seen designs navigate all sorts of obstacles (even climb) just as fast or faster than walking robots.
I see this work evolving into prosthetics and bionics, rather than delivering supplies in the battlefield.
And Atlas looks like Hector from SATURN 3. Now there
was a creepy robot.