Г.М.> Что же... На нет и суда нет (а я уж было размечтался, как на меня сейчас прольется дождь сокровенного знания ). Принимаем ударную дозу антигубораскатина и живем дальше...
В качестве утешительного приза вот небольшая компиляция по бредли.
Feb 26 1991
A-24, 4-7th Cav. Hit by DU APFSDS, entered left front center of turret
section, exited right rear center. Bradley burst into flames. Gunner killed,
comnander wounded (leg), two other crew flash-burned.
A-31, 4-7th Cav. Disabled by HMG round in transmission. While crew
evacuating Bradley struck in side by round believed to be from T-72, which
exploded wounding some evacuating crew. (HEAT? HE? Actually RPG?) Then
struck by 2 DU APFSDS in right hull under turret, exited left hull behind
drivers seat. 7 of 8 soldiers onboard wounded - burns and fragments. Bradley
driven away 30 min later (presumably after repair.)
A-22, 4-7th Cav. Struck in left rear turret by DU APFSDS round which exited
right front. Gunner killed, three others with fragment wounds. Vehicle still
A-36 (probably fits here). Small arms disabled transmission (presumed 14.5mm fire), vehicle then struck by Sagger. (Triumph without
Victory - US News and World Report, 1992.)
Unknown Bradley (probably fits here) 14.5mm round penetrated turret,
wounding commander. (Triumph without Victory - US News and World Report,
February 27, 1991 - Objective Norfolk.
B-21, Task Force 1-41. Struck by 2 DU APFSDS, killing 3, wounding 3.
B-26, Task Force 1-41. Struck by DU APFSDS, killing 1.
B-33, Task Force 1-41. Struck by DU APFSDS.
D-21, Task Force 1-41. Struck in hull by 3 DU APFSDS, 2 of which passed
through to strike another Bradley (D-26). Driver killed, 3 wounded. Bradley
burnt to destruction.
D-26, Task Force 1-41. Struck by 2 DU APFSDS from D-21, above. Driver
severely wounded, no other occupants at time. Burned to ground.
Unknown Bradley - HMG round penetrated back of turret, killed gunner, hit
turret drive, smashed commander's leg. (Triumph without Victory - US News
and World Report, 1992.)
Unknown Bradley - Hit by unknown round and "lit up by a violent explosion".
Crew wounded, Bradley on fire. (Triumph without Victory - US News and World
February 27, 1991 - Jalibah Airfield
C-11, 3-15 Infantry. Struck in rear by DU APFSDS, which exited left side.
Round struck stowed AT-4 en route, detonating it inside the vehicle an
causing sever injuried. 1 dead, 5 wounded. Bradley stil serviceable.
C-22, 3-15 Infantry. Struck by DU APFSDS right side below turret, exited
front left side through driver's compartment. Driver killed.
C-23, 3-15 Infantry. Struck by 2 DU APFSDS on right side, passed through
engine compartment, exited on either side of driver. 3 wounded.
February 27, 1991 - ammo storage area
HQ-55, 4-66th Armor. Struck by DU APFSDS in lower right side, above road
wheel. No injuries.
HQ-54, 4-66th Armor. Struck by 2 DU APFSDS. Driver killed, commander &
Feb 27, 1-34th Armor passage of lines with 2 ACR.
HQ-232, 1-34 Armor. Engaged at 1500m by DU APFSDS. Round entered left rear
door, set off TOWs, 25mm ammo, other munitions. Driver and gunner ejected
through hatches by blast, minor flash burns. Two others wounded. Bradley
HQ-231, 1-34 Armor. Struck by 25mm round (non-du, so M791 APDS or HEI).
27 Feb 1991, 2nd Squadron of the Second Cavalry Regiment
G-14, 2nd Sqdrn of 2 Cav Reg. Struck by unknown shell in left rear,
penetrating turret, killing gunner, wounding four others minorly. No
explosion or fire. Later that night the empty vehicle was struck by a DU
APFSDS round from a trigger-happy Abrams at 50 m, as it was moving up to
relieve G troop. Burned and melted - total destructon.