At 40 years old, the LAV-25 was in serious need of replacement. Standards were sent out to all major defense companies for a replacement vehicle. Hadron works quickly responded with the Wolverine Mk. II infantry fighting vehicle. With a strong body based entirely off of the, only a turret was needed. A 40 mm chain gun was decided upon, and soon the turret was finished. Complete with a better communications hub and smoke grenade launchers/countermeasure systems, the new and improved IFV had only 1 minor flaw. The secondary crew hatch was unfortunately covered by the turret. Due to the auto loading and user-friendly targeting systems, this wasn't so much of a problem because only 2 crewman were needed in the rear compartment, and the turret's hatch was fully accessible to them. Upon completion in 2017, the UFS bought many of them and quickly put them into service in Europe.