Chinese infantry fighting vehicles


dankris

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Looks like Airborne Corps may get a new toy, with 04 turret, 100mm+30mm

Looks like an old picture from Zhuhai 2018. Here's a photo from another angle.

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The source of the pic below. There're also other prototypes' photos, including the 4x4 airborne APC/IFV that later got adopted by PLA.

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by78

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Some rare images of the interior of the 8x8 medical evacuation vehicle. The vehicle is capable of amphibious operations. It can evacuate up to eight lightly wounded or up to four heavily wounded. As far as I know, it is the only variant in the Type-08 family to feature a rear ramp (for easy ingress and egress of wounded on stretchers).

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by78

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Some more images of the 8x8 medical evacuation vehicles, which have an all-around protection against 12.7mm small arms fire and can travel a distance of 100km at up to 40km/h after its tires are punctured.

The caption in the first images states that ventilators as well as monitoring equipment are standard equipment. The image shows a touch screen menu with a list of injury types such as burns, punctures, frostbite, drowning, etc. It also lists causes of injury such as laser, microwave, biological, and chemical weapons. Other menu fields and items record time of injury and time of evacuation, as well as help categorize wounds from light to life-threatening.

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voyager1

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Some more images of the 8x8 medical evacuation vehicles, which have an all-around protection against 12.7mm small arms fire and can travel a distance of 100km at up to 40km/h after its tires are punctured.

The caption in the first images states that ventilators as well as monitoring equipment are standard equipment. The image shows a touch screen menu with a list of injury types such as burns, punctures, frostbite, drowning, etc. It also lists causes of injury such as laser, microwave, biological, and chemical weapons. Other menu fields and items record time of injury and time of evacuation, as well as help categorize wounds from light to life-threatening.

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The screen menu is very interesting.
Is it being used for just recording electronically the injuries or does it also offers instructions for each injury specifically so that the medics can provide better treatment/first aid for injured personnel.
 

cfchang

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The screen menu is very interesting.
Is it being used for just recording electronically the injuries or does it also offers instructions for each injury specifically so that the medics can provide better treatment/first aid for injured personnel.
most likely recording the injury situation for field hospital. This way the hospital staff can prepare necessary medicine and coordinate medical staff for the incoming injure personnel.

Because the First Aid should be known by heart when you are in the front line.
 

by78

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The screen menu is very interesting.
Is it being used for just recording electronically the injuries or does it also offers instructions for each injury specifically so that the medics can provide better treatment/first aid for injured personnel.

I'd imagine it's for record keeping and triage purposes only. These medical evacuation vehicles are battlefield ambulances only; their job is to keep the patients alive before dropping them off at field hospitals. Once the wounded are offloaded, their records are transferred over to the hospital medical staff, who will take over from there. In other words, no serious treatments take place inside the vehicles, and if the medics rely on electronic instructions, then China has some big problems with their medical training. :D
 

supersnoop

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Some more images of the 8x8 medical evacuation vehicles, which have an all-around protection against 12.7mm small arms fire and can travel a distance of 100km at up to 40km/h after its tires are punctured.

The caption in the first images states that ventilators as well as monitoring equipment are standard equipment. The image shows a touch screen menu with a list of injury types such as burns, punctures, frostbite, drowning, etc. It also lists causes of injury such as laser, microwave, biological, and chemical weapons. Other menu fields and items record time of injury and time of evacuation, as well as help categorize wounds from light to life-threatening.

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Still using WinXP!?
Before you say, "Could be clone GUI", there is an INTERNET EXPLORER icon!
 

Pesho1991

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Still using WinXP!?
Before you say, "Could be clone GUI", there is an INTERNET EXPLORER icon!
Well, WinXP is/was the best MS had ever offered, so why not, but maybe it is Win7. I don't remember what was the interface of that, but it was quite similar to WinXP.
 

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