One of the more modern vehicles in the Soviet Armed Forces, the Debyutantka is an unarmed hovertransport used for moving troops and cargo to wherever it is they need to be (usually whatever small country the Soviets are in the process of invading).
The engine, unlike most Soviet propulsion systems, is strikingly modern and fairly powerful. Even more unusual, it rarely breaks down, a fact that Soviet engineers have flaunted as evidence of their ability to make reliable warmachines just as well as any other nation. In unrelated news, a protoype Space Piltogg hovertransport engine went missing shortly before the Debyutantka began production.
The bed of the Debyutantka is extremely spacious, probably something to do with the fact that it lacks walls and a complete roof.
It's standing room only, but there's room for nine troops and a pilot (at least until they get guns and air tanks)."Over the river and through the wood, to invade the Polish we go!""Somebody get the squeegee!"