Bradley IFV

The Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle

The M2 Bradley is an infantry fighting vehicle serving the United States Army. It serves as a well-armed and well-protected armored troop carrier for the U.S., and is one of the most powerful IFV's during the Cold War. It will first appear in Army Wars: Red Tide, the first story of the Army Wars series. It replaced the M113 armored personal carrier (APC) from 1960, which made its debut in the Vietnam War.

About Edit

The M2 Bradley was introduced to the U.S. Army and entered service in 1981. It was designed to replace the Vietnam War-veteran, the M113, as the U.S. Army's primary armored infantry carrier. It was also designed to not just deliver troops in battle safer, but to destroy enemy tanks, with it's two TOW wire-guided anti-tank missile launchers. It's 25mm M242 Bushmaster chain gun can take out pockets of hostile infantry and lightly-armored vehicles. It was designed to counter the two Soviet infantry fighting vehicles, the BMP-1 and BMP-2. One upgraded variant has already been introduced and is now in service, the M2A1. The next variant, the M2A2, is currently being worked on.

Army Wars: Red Tide Edit

The M2 Bradley will first appear in Army Wars: Red Tide, where it will prepare for Russian and Warsaw Pact attack.

Trivia Edit

  • The M3 Bradley is a Calvary Fighting Vehicle, the M2's Calvary version. It is unknown where will the M3 will appear. They share the same family called the Bradley Fighting Vehicle.
  • In the real-world, the Bradley Fighting Vehicles destroyed more Iraqi tanks and armored vehicles than the M1A1 Abrams tank, during the Gulf War in early 1991. It is unknown if the Abrams and Bradley will compete for the highest armored kills in Army Wars.

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