It has been a couple of months since we've held a build challenge, and I know that some of you all have been begging for more, so without adieu I'd like to announce the newest one, which centers around the concept of rescue.
I'm sure that the first thing that comes to mind for most of you all when you think of the concept of rescue is building scenes of troops helping others out of a sticky situation or springing them from an enemy prisoner-of-war camp, both of which would be acceptable entries, but use your imagination! Military ambulances, such as modified trucks, armored vehicles, or helicopters would be welcomed, or even microscale hospital ships (we don't expect anyone, except maybe the ever industrious Ed Diment or Babalas-Shipyards to churn out a minifig scale hospital ship within our set deadline). Another option that might not immediately come to mind is armored recovery vehicles. Such vehicles could even be incorporated into a diorama for a more dynamic presentation.
So, get brainstorming and I'm sure that you all will be able to come up with interesting entries, but make sure that they're directly related to the concept of rescue. You have until March 31 to build, photograph and post your entries here and discuss the build challenge here. Good luck, troops!