An ambulance is a vehicle that transports a patient to a medical facility for treatment. However, as time passed, the globe evolved into an era in which ambulances could also be considered war machines.
In this essay, we'll look at how the British Army developed a fully armed ambulance for the convenience of its men who are injured in battle.
The FV104 Samaritan is a military innovation that combines an armoured tank with medical facilities to aid in the treatment of wounded soldiers while ensuring their safety while being transported to a safe location.
At any given time, the machine can comfortably accommodate up to 6 casualties. The armoured ambulance is completely operational with only two soldiers on board and can travel at a top speed of 72.5 kilometers per hour. The British Army maintains a fleet of these machines in its military artillery to protect disabled soldiers during battle.
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