Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Pinterest NetGalley

Land Craft 9: Bradley Fighting Vehicle (Kindle)

The US Army’s Combat-Proven Fighting Platform, 1981–2021

Modern Warfare Modelling Photographic eBooks Colour eBooks Military Armoured Fighting Vehicles

By David Grummitt
Imprint: Pen & Sword Military
Series: Land Craft
File Size: 106.3 MB (.mobi)
This file exceeds the Kindle Cloud 50 MB size limit
Pages: 64
ISBN: 9781399009423
eBook Released: 29th June 2021

in_stock

£7.98 Print price £16.99

You save £9.01 (53%)

Click here for help on how to download our eBooks

You'll be £7.98 closer to your next £10.00 credit when you purchase Land Craft 9: Bradley Fighting Vehicle. What's this?
Need a currency converter? Check XE.com for live rates

Other formats available Price
Land Craft 9: Bradley Fighting… Paperback Add to Basket £13.50
Land Craft 9: Bradley Fighting… ePub (49.2 MB) Add to Basket £7.98


The Bradley Fighting Vehicle was developed in the 1970s to counter the new Infantry Fighting Vehicles of the Soviet Union and its Warsaw Pact allies. Designed to survive the imagined high-intensity, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) battlefield of the Cold War, it became, alongside the M1 Abrams Main Battle Tank, the mainstay of US armoured forces during the 1980s. As the Cold War ended, however, it would go on to prove its worth on other battlefields. During the First Gulf War the Bradley would destroy more Iraqi AFVs than the Abrams, while during the 1990s it would prove itself an effective weapons system in the missions to Bosnia and Kosovo. During the 2003 invasion of the Iraq and the fighting that followed it confirmed its reputation as a versatile and deadly AFV.

This volumes examines the development and service history of both the M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle and the M3 Bradley Cavalry Fighting Vehicle. The various modifications and improvements over its long service history are described, as is the experience of the soldiers who have fought alongside and in it during the past three decades. The book also gives a full account of the wide range of kits and accessories available in all the popular scales and includes a modelling gallery covering the most important Bradley variants. Detailed colour profiles provide both reference and inspiration for modellers and military enthusiasts alike.

I am a fan of this LandCraft series, a well balanced mix of information on the story of the real vehicle, accompanied by many photos of them in service, coupled with a set of fine colour artwork illustrating different variants along with their camouflage & markings, along with a Modellers' Showcase with some first-class examples of built models plus detail of the available models and accessories that can be found in different scales. Very nicely done and ideal for modellers.

Read the full review here

Military Model Scene

About David Grummitt

David Grummitt is editor of Military Modelcraft International with more than a decade of building models and writing articles for publication. As well as being editor of MMI since 2009, he is a professional historian who has written several books on fifteenth- and sixteenth-century military and political history. His most recent book in the TankCraft series is M1 Abrams: The US's Main Battle Tank in American and Foreign Service, 1981-2019.

More titles by David Grummitt

Other titles in the series...

Other titles in Pen & Sword Military...