Inspired by Brad Edmondson's awesome M61 series, I felt like using the same type of chassis for a series of vehicles with different functions. And what is more important in a futuristic almost-inhabitable world than a medic team ? Originally I created the H04B-C first but "historically", the H04A-C was the first vehicle using that kind of chassis, responding to a need for a fast-acting team of medics, able to cross over any type of terrain to carry wounded out of the battlefield or treat them immediately, secured by the thick armor of the H04A-C. The Chassis was then adapted to militaristic use, giving birth to the H04B-C.
About this creation
Again the three main views, except this time I did back and up on the same one, so we can see the red cross on the back hatch ^^
As you can see there's no more diamond crates container but another vehicle that I'll talk about later. The mini laser turrets were moved behind to cover an escape, even though it is not a very effective weapon against heavily armored units
Again the diamonds powering the engine...
...But also the life-support systems of the medical beds (not included, I originally planned on doing them with my own bricks once I would have buy it, since there's only a limited choice of "monitor" plates in LDD)
The aforementioned vehicle, the H02C-B loaded in the back of the H04A-C and ready to carry the most heavily wounded away from the battlefield while the medic team can take care of the others on the frontline
The side and back view of the H02C-B, loved doing the red cross :)
A kinda-front view... The H02C-B originally being a civilian vehicle has no weapon, and a set of beacon up front. The windshield is kinda ugly but the original one I made (in real bricks and more militaristic-looking) had a windshield from a star-wars i-don't-remember-which-one model that looked pretty cool, unfortunately unavailable in LDD
And finally the H02C-B with rear and left side hatches opened. The side ones are used to help medical staff to get in/out and to (un)load equipment on board when the beds are in. Again no life-support system, for the same reason as above.