According to the latest DPA Report for 2005, a tender has gone out to T"R"U , TonKA & M.Box Ltd to come up with a new variant Armoured Ambulance to replace the existing AFV 432. The DPA have assessed that, to ensure the medical capability requirement is met with the intriduction of new lightweight armoured and infantry vehicles, the AFV 432 will have to be taken out of service. The initial prototype will be available for December 09 for testing and, possible introduction to the CS Medical Regiments who have AFV432, in 2010. However, the DPA has stipulated, that with current trends in the average height of AMS personnel within the CS Med Regts getting smaller, that these prototypes should be no bigger than the average "Eagle Eye" Action Man and, have the capability for a 5ft 10in adult to sit on move with his/her feet askew the turret should the E-las-ticband 24twirl single drive engine fail. I found this strange....anyone else?Or is it true?