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The Army’s Biggest and Baddest Troop Carrier Might Get Even Bigger

Sebastien Roblin Security, Europe The Bradley fighting vehicle just keeps getting better.  The M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicle is nominally used to carry infantry into battle, but is frequently misidentified by journalists as a tank. This is understandable, as the tracked vehicle currently tips the scales at thirty-three tons from all the add-on armor it has received, and bristles with both a twenty-five-millimeter Bushmaster automatic cannon and a TOW antitank missile launcher.
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