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Gurney Slide for IFV

An efficient and cheap way to load the injured into IFVs
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It looks so hard to load injured combatants into the rear doors of BMPs and other IFVs, especially when they arrive slung in a tarp in the absence of a stretcher. You can't help from the head end and all that cringeworthy pushing and shoving looks like cruel and unusual punishment of the wounded. Could the installation of a locking slide help? If it was extended when needed and stowed on or under the floor otherwise, the injured could be safely loaded with minimum breakage. Could be very light like a pull-out stretcher or rigid and flat to provide a treatment location as well as a loading aid.
minoradjustments, May 08 2023

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       That's so crazy it just might work!
Just needs to be the middle part of the actual floor, on heavy-duty slides (like a fancy kitchen drawer, but bigger).
neutrinos_shadow, May 08 2023
  

       "just one more system" is the death of all military vehicles. Nevertheless, bun
Voice, May 08 2023
  

       Gurney slide for in-vitro fertilisation? Trying to visualise exactly how this might operate in practice
pocmloc, May 09 2023
  

       The whale in question is blushing now.
pertinax, May 09 2023
  
      
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