Don't let your valuable infantry die in the hands of some field medic. Bring a hospital to the battlefield!
About this creation
The LIU Forward Deployment Hospital LL(FDLL)
The Ludgonian Industrial Union and Living Longer Inc.(LL)® present to you the Forward Deployment Hospital LL (FDLL). You no longer have to entrust the lives of your valuable infantry to some rookie field medic. You can now bring the hospital with you to the battlefield.
The most amazing thing about the FDLL is the fact that it is mobile. Sixteen thrusters(eight per side) give the FDLL vertical take off and landing capabilities. You can land the FDLL near a conflict to serve your wounded or to areas of disasters to help victims.
Here is a view of the front of the FDLL. The lower window allows the pilots to see out, but the upper window(with the ship's emblem) is fake. Designers were forced to craft the FDLL hull into a large box to utilize space. Various sensors and short range communication antennas are visible just below the lower window. Some spots were left open for future options.
The top of the FDLL sports two long range antennas, wire conduits, a large illuminated cross(to make it visible to friendly air units), and in the very back, two small shield generators.
This photo and the one above, show the FDLL's protected loading ramp. Load injured soldiers without worrying about enemy fire.
Here are the FDLL's main engines. They consist of six forward thrusters and two rotating steering thrusters.
The loading ramp leads into the first level. The first level contains the basic care room, a break room, the bridge, and the elevator. An overall view of the basic care room is shown.
The left side of the basic care room contains six hospital beds. Here, soldiers recover from minor wounds like gunshots, laser burns, and shrapnel. Note the green computers on each bed that track vitals, as well as the large monitor that can display the victims medical history.
The Automated Diagnostic Machine rests at the end of the beds. Patients can be placed inside the machine, scanned, and diagnosed by the computer. It is 99% accurate (1 out of 100 patients may have the wrong arm amputated or wrong organ removed).
The right side of the basic care room contains the doctors' computers and supplies. Three LL Inc.® doctors are shown here examining the Automated Diagnostic Machine's computers and some x-rays. Also shown is the sink and some supply cabinets.
Just down from the doctors are more medical instruments, like the pain medication machines(far left) that automatically inject drugs through the patients' IV's. There is also the infectious materiels incinerator.
Here is the doctors' break room. It contains a mini-fridge, a sink, a cabinet, a small buffet, and a radio.
The FDLL's bridge is loaded with computers. Its hard work landing a two story hospital in the middle of a battle, and the LIU recommends using your best pilots...well, at least the best one stupid enough to fly a giant hospital into battle.
The top photo shows the top of the elevator and this one shows the cable system that brings it to the top level. This level contains the advanced medical rooms.
The first room upstairs is the lab. Here, medications are made, infections are diagnosed, and biological warfare is reversed. The lab contains a microscope, a heated centrifuge, a freezer, and supply cabinets.
A closer view of the lab's freezer. Medications are kept on ice here.
Adjacent to the lab is the surgery center. Here two surgeons perform amputations, organ removal, and any major damage repairs. The red scanner above the bed allows the surgeons to see their patients body on the digital screen(bottom right).
Some of the surgeon's tools.
Here's an overview of the back half of the second floor. The far right room contains a suspension tank. It holds injured, high ranking officers in suspension until they can be cured. It holds only one person, so one must be removed if a higher ranking officer is injured. The left room is the mortuary.
The mortuary is where the dead are sent. Here you can see the FDLL's coroner examining a body. She determines the cause of death, identifies the body via fingerprints, and enters his information into the computer. This unfortunate soldier died from a plasma blast to the back of his head.
The bodies of the deceased are then burned in the incinerator. This remarkable machine is captures the energy created when a body is burned and uses it to burn more bodies. It is 67% efficient. The ashes are saved in cannisters and turned into fertilizer later.*
The Forward Deployment Hospital LL is built by the Ludgonian Industrial Union, but is staffed by Living Longer Inc.(LL)®. The logo of the ship is comes from the following: (F)orward (D)eployment Hospital LL. The "H" from Hospital is not included because the ship is not legally a hospital.
The LIU is not liable for any malpractice done by LL Inc., just as they are not liable for mechanical failures in our ship.
*Because so many empires have whined that the LIU is purposely killing their soldiers to profit off their fertilizer, the LIU and LL Inc. have agreed to allow one of your empire's representatives onboard. However, LL Inc. insists that this representative is not a doctor or anyone with medical knowledge. It is against union rules.
The LIU reserves all rights to the perished patients bodies...and wallets, if they have them.
Dear Emperor Ludgonious, I am a huge fan of the "LIU" series. I love ALL of your creation and would like to say if you ever, in your life sell these, i will request to be the 1st to know. i will buy it no madder what the price! Please. these are my 3 favorite legos together: medical, mechinical, and sci-fi. i hope to see more LIU :D enjoy Life,
Really great. Sometimes I wonder where you get all those white bricks from. Also, after hearing TV 2 news, do you really mean that the sacred light will be due in 2009?! And also, what does LIU like more: Kaadu burgers or Shark tacos? Any way, great work!
Thanks buddy! I've been working on something rough, and those 2 fighters were a break from my project. I like this hospital, guy, but why do you have to burn the poor soldiers? Is there a package that offers miltary burial honors, or can they be sent home to their sad parents? Just curious, because I don't want to burn.
This is amazing! The outside exterior doesnt look like you worked on it too long cause I think the exterior needs more detail. But the inside is THE BEST THING I HAVE EVER SAW IN MY LEGO LIFE!!!!!!! IT IS SO DETAILED AND AWESOME!
I THINK YOU SHOULD BE A LEGO WORKER!!!!