Together, quickly and safely
An armoured Boxer vehicle offers space for up to three lying or seven sitting patients.
Following initial life-saving measures, the injured soldiers have to be transported to a mobile aid station to receive medical treatment. Rescue and medical personnel prepare the wounded for transportation to the vehicles. Whoever is available, be it a medic, a physician, a driver or patients with only slight injuries, helps to bring the severely wounded to the vehicles. "One, two, three, lift," a medic instructs his two comrades. In order to safely evacuate wounded soldiers from the danger zone, the stretcher needs to be lifted in unison. With joint forces, German and Norwegian medics carry a wounded soldier to the rescue vehicles. The Boxer rescue vehicles are used for the onward transport of the wounded. The interior of the vehicles, which measure eight metres in length and almost three-and-a-half metres in width, offers enough space for the safe transport and en-route medical treatment of the wounded soldiers.