The Bradley Fighting Vehicle is one of the most advanced Army vehicles in the Army arsenal.
Working in the field as a Fighting Bradley maintainer and repairer is a job choice that will involve working on several possible varieties of the Bradley Army Vehicle. Some of the different varieties include the M2/M3, the A2/A3, as well as several other versions. You will learn how to repair and troubleshoot the various Bradley fighting Vehicle versions, and how to repair and keep maintenance issues updated.
Some of the duties you may have as a maintainer and Bradley Fighting Vehicle maintainer includes: establishing and following Bradley Vehicle maintenance schedules, troubleshooting various complex system problems. You will also become familiar with the Bradley transmission and engine assemblies, and learn about how to replace major Bradley assemblies, including fire control and the turret. You will learn basic engine tune up and repair, how to replace radiators, fenders and body panels, and how to identify and troubleshoot electrical problems and mechanical problems. You will be trained how to troubleshoot various versions of the Bradley vehicle system, and how to troubleshoot problems that are part of the repair and maintenance departments daily routine. If you are good with your hands, and enjoy working with tools, and if you have an interest in automotive systems and their operations, or if you have any background or training in auto mechanics or industrial arts this may be a good job skill for you.
You will work both in the field and in the classroom to receive your training. You will be a vital member of the repair team. You will train in simulated and actual battle conditions, including learning the technical skills necessary to perform turret maintenance, servicing, inspecting, adjusting, testing, replacing, repairing, purging, and identifying systems and their components on the Bradley Fighting Vehicle.
The Bradley Fighting Vehicle repairer and maintainer is a field that works on several different varieties of the Army Bradley Fighting Vehicle. Job training for the Bradley Fighting Vehicle include starting with Basic Combat Training for nine weeks, where you will learn about the basic soldiering skills needed in the Army. After that you will progress into individual advanced training, both in the field and in the classroom.