Slow, fragile for the price but extremely powerful, the M2A1 Bradley IFV can be a good addition if you can afford it. Its good ATGM accuracy can make this armoured transport a good tank destroyer while being a menace to enemy air units approaching too close. It is a costly but efficient support vehicle. For only five more points than its predecessor but with better tank destroyer damage output, it should be chosen over the M2 Bradley IFV considered both vehicle's high price.
Introduced in 1986, the A1 variant included an improved TOW II missile system, a Gas Particulate Filter Units (GPFU) NBC system, and a fire-suppression system. By 1992, the M2A1s had begun being remanufactured to upgraded standards.