The soldier working in the battlefield wants to know that he will not be left behind and that he will not fall into the hands of the enemy regardless of his health. Therefore, in the chaotic environment of the battlefield, picking up the injured from where he is and taking him to treatment has been one of the primary tasks of the forces. The vehicle that entered the front to take the injured therefore turned into a vehicle accompanying the vehicles that entered the battlefield. This article was compiled from the FNSS Corporate Communications Manager Cem Altınışık’s social media posts with his permission. From the historical development point of view, the idea of using an Armored Medical Evacuation Vehicle (MEDEVAC) or an armored ambulance first appeared during World War II.