When you need to get your casualities out fast and you don't have space for a LIU Forward Deployment Hospital, call for the M.E.D.I.C.S.
About this creation
LIU Med-Evac Dropship (Intensive Care Specialist) - (M.E.D.I.C.S.)
The Ludgonian Industrial Union, after their success with the Forward Deployment Hospital LL (FDLL), has dipped into the medical field once again. The LIU Med-Evac Dropship, also known as M.E.D.I.C.S, was designed to compliment the FDLL. Its smaller size and high agility allows it to swoop into heavy combat, pick up injured soldiers, and return them to FDLL for treatment. Save your valuable soldiers and buy some today!
The M.E.D.I.C.S. can hold up to three injured soldiers: two in the open air stretchers and one in its enclosed intensive care pod.
The M.E.D.I.C.S. is extremely quick and agile allowing it to fly into the toughest combat and the most challenging locations.
Here the two open air stretchers are lowered. These are reserved for the lower priority victims. They are strapped down and tranported to the hospital. Although the rides can be stomach turning, we assure you it is 98% safe.
The intensive care pod (shown open here) is reserved for high priority injuries. Advanced computers and nano-bots stabilize the patients until they can be seen by the doctors. The pod holds only one stretcher.
Four small thrusters on both sides of the M.E.D.I.C.S. add stabilty and agility.
Two rear engines provide the bulk of the dropship's VTOL abilities. These massive engines allow the M.E.D.I.C.S. to lift without hesitation.
Two benches on either side of the cockpit allow paramedics to ride to the scene with the dropship. Note the roller coaster-like harness that lowers over the medic, keeping him on board during high speed turns.
The top view shows two paramedics riding on the benches. Its not the greatest job, but someone has to do it.
Let's see it in action...
Two special ops soldiers took heavy fire when they tried to force a labor settlement. They are able to take cover behind a small hill, but they are seriously injured.
A Med-Evac Dropship is dispatched to the scene. The paramedics waste no time. This soldier suffered the worst wound, a plasma blast that removed his hand.
The computers detect his injury as he loaded in. Nano-bots are sent to the wound and stem the bleeding.
The lightly injured soldier is helped onto the open air stretcher and strapped down. The M.E.D.I.C.S. takes off and departs the area. Both soldiers are saved. Do your soldiers get this kind of quick medical aid? If not, invest in a fleet today!
Note: You may have noted the red and blue lights and wondered why a dropship would want to advertise itself in a combat zone. Well, don't fret. The lights are only activated when the Med-Evac Dropship is clear of the combat zone. They were designed to warn the FDLL that it was enroute with casualities. Yeah...
Note 2: I hadn't slept in about 30 hours when posting this and there may be spelling errors and misinformation posted above...
Great job on this one. This concept is similar to a MOC that I have in queue to post: a med-evac VTOL. The overall shape is quite different, but some features are the same (e.g. paramedics riding on the outside like garbage men). Thanks for your recent comments as well! Keep building.
Beautful! I love it Emperor. And Chris Trosclair, I don't think anyone on this site likes Catholics anyway. Besides, if you take your imaginary beliefs that seriously, you should'nt be on this site, or the Internet for that matter. You should be out praying!
"The Space Pope" my butt! That's making fun of religion, and that's insulting to me as a Catholic! I mean, you can have an opinion, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't have any respect! Sorry, but I just don't believe in making fun of people's religion! It may not seem like a big deal to anyone else, but it insulted me! Btw, nice creation, Emperor. We'll take 50!
This is an extememly interesting aircraft. They might develop this in the future for real use. May I suggest something? Try to make room for more troops inside . . . it looks like there's plenty of room. Other than that, it's awesome, man.