The Med-Evac Vehicle variant of the "Honey badger", the ACV version can be found here. Information
The MEV "honey badger" was created due to need of a 'battlefield ambulance' (so to speak!) for the use of the United Baltic States's ground forces. Built from the basic structure of the ACV version of the HB (not the pencil, Honey badger!) with a added rear canopy which can carry either crates of medical supplies, or one/two stretchers( depending on the size of the wounded man/women!) and is operated by a single conventional driver and accompanying Doctor, medical officer. The sides around the driver and passenger have been strengthened with armor plates being added to the exterior, and also the windscreen has the addition of a roll-cage and head lamps.
This model features full steering, and suspension on all wheels.
This shows the front steering,and the details such as a radiator grille, head lamps and roll-cage on the windscreen.
Both doors open and close, here we can see the accompanying medical officer sitting in the passenger seat.
The red-cross, I'm not sure if I should have used white around the cross, I tried it, but it didn't look right to me/
The rear access door for the stretchers to be moved in and out of thee vehicle.
If you pull using some strength, uuuuhhhhhh....
....you can open the door, crumbs...that was some effort!
The medical officer loading a injured soldier into the MEV. God save The United Baltic States!
Quoting Daniel Calleri
You sly guy...the boys and I are convinced the rear wheels are free floating. Mot excellent. Your sense of scale is excellent Sam!
I assure you it isn't! The reason the rear wheels look like they float is magic! sorry, no not magic...it is the way I made the the suspension, it is not very strong and thus bends over a lot! thank-you very much for the support!