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M2/M3 Bradley: Basic Maintenance Keeps Your Mission on Track
By | Aug. 23, 2022
Taking care of your vehicle’s batteries and regularly checking oil levels will maintain readiness and save time and money. Keep reading to find out what to do...

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M2A4/M7A4 Bradley: Turret Battery Maintenance Info
By | Aug. 12, 2022
Crewmen need to regularly maintain their vehicle's batteries but instructions are currently missing from the TMs. Read on to find out exactly what to do until they're added to the manuals...

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Be Prepared for Hot Weather: A List of Must-Read PS Articles
By | June 21, 2022
Soldiers, even though it happens every year, it somehow seems to sneak up on us. It’s summer and the heat is on! Read on to see how to keep you and your equipment cool...

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Bradley: New Software for LRUs to Work
By | May 12, 2022
Maintainers, new or upgraded line replaceable units (LRUs) for the Bradley M2A3 and M3A3 Bradley Fire Support Team (BFIST) require an updated Vehicle Version Identification (VVID) to make sure the new hardware will work as...

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Bradley FOV: FBCB2/JBC-P Drive Corruption
By | April 8, 2022
Maintainers, the Bradley’s computer drive that powers the Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2)/Joint Battle Command Platform (JBC-P) can become corrupted if the system is improperly shut down or if the main...

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Bradley FOV: Don’t Remove Towing Shackles Before Turning In
By | March 25, 2022
Units are in the process of turning in their Bradley A2/A3 vehicles to depot so they can be upgraded to the new A4 variant. There’s no need to remove the shackle anchors, NSN 4030-01-187-0964, from vehicles being turned in...

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Bradley FOV: Avoid "Wet Stacking" With Proper Idling
By | Oct. 18, 2021
Operators, running your Bradley’s engine at idle for long periods of time can cause “wet stacking.” That’s a condition caused by unburned diesel fuel passing into the exhaust system...

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M2/M3-Series Bradleys: Keep Batteries Mission Ready
By | Dec. 13, 2019
Crewmen, take care of your Bradley’s batteries so they’re charged and ready at all times. You won’t get far with dead or damaged batteries! Here’s a couple of power problems that can cause your next mission to fizzle out:...

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M2/M3-Series Bradley: When a Leak Isn’t a Leak
By | Nov. 26, 2019
Crewmen, be sure to inspect your Bradley’s shock absorbers right away for leaks. Replace any shock absorber, NSN 2540-01-624-5291, that has a Class II or Class III leak. If the shock has a Class I leak, keep a close eye on...

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M2/M3 Bradley: Did You Remember to Check the Oil?
By | Oct. 7, 2019
Every crewmen knows that checking the oil levels in their Bradley is a part of regular PMCS. But believe it or not, some crews aren’t doing that basic check. Read on to learn why it's important and what to do...

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Bradley FOV: Turn in Unserviceable DVDBs
By | Sept. 25, 2019
If you have unserviceable digital vehicle distribution boxes (DVDBs) for your Bradley, improve combat readiness and earn unserviceable credit by turning them in right away!...