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Design[ edit ] The Bradley was developed largely in response to the Soviet BMP family of infantry fighting vehicles, and to serve as both an armored personnel carrierand a tank-killer.
One specific design requirement was that it should be as fast as the then new M1 Abrams main battle tank so they could maintain formations while moving. It is also armed with a TOW missile launcher that is capable of carrying two loaded missiles.
The Bradley also carries a coaxial 7. Primary[ edit ] A Bradley turret, showing the M 25mm chain gun The Bradley is equipped with the M 25 mm chain gun as its main weapon.
The M has a single barrel with an integrated dual-feed mechanism and remote feed selection. Even kills against Iraqi T tanks at close range have been reported. The M was used in combat during the invasion phase of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Secondary[ edit ] It is also armed with an MC machine gun mounted coaxially to the M, with 2, rounds of 7. M2 infantry Bradleys also have firing ports for a number of M Firing Port Weapons FPWsproviding a means for the occupants to fire from within the vehicle and replacing the top-side gunners on the Mbased Armored Cavalry Assault Vehicles, though the M is rarely employed.
Initial variants had six ports, but the side ones were plated over with the new armor configuration on the A2 and A3 variants, leaving only the two rear-facing mounts in the loading ramp. No versions of the M3 CFV carry firing port weapons, though early versions had all six firing port mounts fitted and plated over, while newer versions retain the two-ramp mounted firing ports, though again plated over.
Countermeasures[ edit ] The use of aluminum armor and the storage of large quantities of ammunition in the vehicle initially raised questions about its combat survivability. Spaced laminate belts and high-hardness steel skirts have been added to improve the side protection of later versions, although this increases overall weight to 33 tons.
In friendly fire incidents in Desert Stormmany crew members survived hits that resulted in total losses for lighter U. Marine Corps LAV vehicles.
It decreases the vulnerability of Bradleys in urban threat environments. It also includes sensors and a software package to quickly detect when components are wearing out and simulation software so the gunners could train more realistically.
The BUSK kit adds 3 tons to the vehicle's weight. Because of this, a major upgrade was planned. This system was supposed to enter service inbut the Bradley became too heavy and the kit did not make it survivable enough.
The Bradley was initially designed to float by deploying a flotation curtain around the vehicle, allowing it to "swim" at a speed of 4.
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