The M2 Bradley IFV and was designed largely in response to the Soviet BMP family of infantry fighting vehicles, and to serve as both an APC, and a tank-killer. it was regarded as transport infantry offering at least some armored protection while providing fire cover to dismounted troops and suppressing enemy tanks and armored vehicles. The M2 holds a crew of three: a commander, a gunner and a driver; as well as six fully equipped soldiers.
Length: 92mm Width: 48.32mm Height: 45.68mm
- Total parts - 155 pieces
- Total sprues - 5 sprues plus lower hull and two full length tracks
Paint schemes - U.S. Army
- Fully detailed interior
- 2-directional slide-moulded lower hull with suspension arms
- Upper hull with excellent engine cover pattern