The Mk. II represents Falcor tightening its grip in the PMC market.
About this creation
In 2023 the private military contractor Falcor Corp. made a debut in the world. Slowly they have built up an impressive reputation and money.
The Mk. II is the newest version of the Falcor's self designed Armored Personnel Carrier. It sports numerous upgrades over the previous version, necessitated by the war in Africa.
A myriad of lights cluster the front end, piercing into the darkest nights in Africa.
PMC soldier John Trimmer manning the M240 atop the Mk. II
On the left side a gun port opens up to allow for extra firepower. Windows also line the back end.
The left side also sports a hatch into the Mk. II.
The rear hatch opens up to allow faster troop loading and unloading.
On the right side of the interior the soldiers store their weapons. The left side has three seats for soldiers. Right next to the drivers seat is a spare seat for the squad leader. Making the total capacity 6: Consisting of 1 driver, 1 gunner and 4 passengers.
The full crew: Driver Mikela Vostock, Squad Leader Micheal Garner, Explosives Expert Jack Yuri, and, while not gunning, Communications Expert John Trimmer.
Vostock and Garner are both carrying H&K G77's, produced in 2015. Yuri is carrying a Panzerfaust 4, produced in 2020.