United States
OIF, 2000s
In production
2007, November
Named after the WWII commander, General Omar Bradley, the M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) originally entered U.S. Army service in 1981. It largely came about as a response to the Soviet Union’s BMP, and was designed as both an APC and a tank-killer. The Bradley is able to keep pace with the M1 Abrams, and it is armed with a 25mm Bushmaster cannon and a coaxial 7.62mm M240C machine gun, as well as a pair of TOW missile launchers. The Bradley has served with distinction in combat in the 1991 Gulf War, as well as in Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2003 onwards, where it has proved remarkably survivable. Special Features - CITV reproduced with slide-mold technology - Newly tooled extra armor plates on turret top - New “doghouse” door can be assembled open/closed - New GPS antenna added to bustle rack - EPLR antenna base finely reproduced - Extra armor around driver’s hatch represents M2A3 Bradley - OVM arrangement designed for M2A3 Bradley - New turret bottom plate reproduced in great detail - Rear ramp can be assembled open/closed - Photo-etched parts for ERA mounting frames - DS tracks - Cartograf decal offers accurate markings Text copyright by Dragon.
Reviews (3)