A Mobile Core Ground Support Vehicle for the Eurasia Federation.
About this creation
This Ground Support Vehicle (GSV) can transport and support an entire fire team of EMC-001T Zimnmj Cyplenok Mobile Core units. It also acts as a mobile FARP (Forward Arming and Refueling Point) for the Mobile Core units. This vehicle, along with the ability to mass-produce the Zim, was one of the major selling points for the former Neo-Soviet Union prior to the Invasion of Europe.
A side picture of the GSV. It consists of three sections. The front is the Resupply vehicle, the middle is the Transport vehicle, and the back is the Forklift trailer.
Another view of the GSV.
The GSV viewed from the front.
To begin the Mobile Core unloading process, the Forklift trailer is first parked and disconnected from the other two vehicles.
The back ramp of the forklift trailer lowers, allowing the forklifts to enter and exit the trailer.
The first forklift is off of the trailer, allowing the second one to unload.
The rear of the Transport vehicle opens like a ramp. Inside are the Mobile Cores on transport pallets.
The forklift positions itself at the edge of the ramp and pulls the pallets down onto the forks via a winch.
An interior picture of the Transport vehicle showing where the pilots and ground crew members sit during travel.
A winch sits on either side of the interior. These winches pull the pallets up into the Transport Vehicle.
Both the Resupply and Transport vehicles are powered by solar-powered generators.
Access doors on the outside and inside of both vehicles allow for ground crew members to maintain and upkeep the generators.
The access ramp on the Resupply vehicle opens in the same manner as the Transport vehicle.
A quadruple-barreled machine gun turret sits atop the cabin of the Resupply vehicle.
A section of the cabin has been removed to show the inside. The driver and vehicle commander sit up front, the turret operator sits in the middle, and two additional ground crew members sit in the rear.
Rockets are stored in the green containers and bullets are in the brown containers. The yellow device is the recharge unit for the Zim.
Next to the ammunition are various tools.
Spare parts, additional weapon systems, and a smaller forklift sit on the opposite side of the Resupply vehicle.
A Zim is being resupplied and rearmed. Note how the hose from the recharge unit attaches to the Zim.
Another view of a Zim being resupplied and rearmed.
Quoting Rex David
Wow! Cool vehicle you got there and the little forklift is awesome! Although I think the wheels are a little small for it, but anyway overall great job :D
Thanks! I designed the orange forklift after a Bobcat. Those wheels were the only ones that would work with that forklift. Considering how much time I had spent on just that alone, I did not feel like redoing it.