Russian medical special forces receive ATVs
The Russian Central Military District’s special medical detachment stationed in Yekaterinburg has received nine new multipurpose all-terrain vehicle (ATV) trucks, the Russian Ministry of Defence announced on 28 November.
The logistics vehicles are based on the Ural-4320-0811-31 chassis, and will improve the deployment time of mobile hospitals in the field, including mobile operating rooms, X-ray rooms and a mobile power station for autonomous work.
The Ural-4320 chassis is operated by Russin forces in a range of configurations.
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