Bradley Fighting Vehicle
a 25-ton, tracked U.S. armored personnel carrier of the 1980s, designed to carry nine soldiers into battle and armed with a 25 mm rapid-fire cannon, a machine gun, and an antitank missile launcher.
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Origin of Bradley Fighting Vehicle
Named after General Omar Bradley
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