An Armored Personnel Carrier to form the backbone of backbone of mechanized infantry divisions in my armies.
About this creation
In 2037, officials from the Heer realized that the the MIT-1 was insufficient for the transport of troops. That old model had very low ground clearance, a small troop capacity, and was very susceptible to mines.
The project was started that year to find a replacement for the old MIT-1. The replacement would have to be MRAP capable, have higher troop capacity, and be able to traverse more types of terrain more easily. However, it had to retain the same engine, and the same drive system.
The result was the MAPC-1, named in the German tradition after a big cat, the Ocelot.
The Ocelot features more than enough armor to protect the troops inside, a turret with adaptable weapons systems on the roof, and the revolutionary TerrainWheels system designed by the Baltic Union for wheeled armored vehicles.
A true go-anywhere all-purpose carrier, with the exquisite engineering expected of German manufacturers, the Ocelot is the APC that will serve as a staple of Mechanized infantry divisions well into the years to come.
Entering service with the Heer, the Livonian Army, and the Baltic Marines, the Ocelot has already been wondrously accepted by the fighting men of the Baltic Armed forces.
The Ocelot will be in production for many foreseeable months, so as to fulfill the orders already received.
One of the soldiers already familiar with the design is here to show it off.