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Tanks and Fighting Vehicles
Army M1A1 Abrams Tank

M1 Abrams Tank

Since 1980, the M1 has been the Army's principal combat tank. It delivers maximum firepower against heavily armed and heavily armored enemies while operating under all weather, climate and lighting conditions. Such variants as the M1A1 and M1A2 add nuclear/biological/chemical (NBC) survivability, advanced thermal sensors, and powerful computing upgrades.

M2/M3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV) coming over a hill

M2/M3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV)

The BFV transports our Soldiers on the battlefield, lays down covering fire while they deploy, and defeats enemy tanks, armored vehicles and even attack helicopters. The M2 Infantry version takes on the enemy with maneuverability and firepower, while the M3 Cavalry version is optimized for reconnaissance and security missions.

Army Stryker with Soldiers

Stryker

Agile, fast and strong, the Stryker is the Army's newest transport/combat vehicle. A fleet of Strykers can quickly deploy a Combat Brigade, maneuvering nimbly in close urban terrain or providing covering fire out in the open. It can be customized for a wide variety of missions, like Medical Evacuation, Engineering Squad transport, and Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) launches.

TANKS AND FIGHTING VEHICLES