The M2/M3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle is and always will be one of my favorite vehicles in the Army. The combination of firepower and armor, even its very shape called to me as a Private. I was lucky enough to be one of the first fire support guys to ever train on them and then helped to field them later when they were finally brought to the line in the First Cav.
In fact, I learned to drive and fire one of these behemoths before I even had a drivers license. Funny thing being a fresh faced 19 year old, power sliding around in an armored vehicle before I could even legally drive a car. And firing the 25mm on the range was one of the highlights of my time with the Cav, though tearing the gun down for time left plenty more marks on me as well.
Aaron Provost is an artist, combat wounded veteran, dogs best friend, former firefighter, gaming nerd, geek, occasional hermit, world builder, and internet junkie with a hefty caffeine addiction. In recent years his focus has been on creating fun and interesting illustrations as well as the creation of work that centers on his military past and present. He currently resides in North Carolina near Camp Lejeune with his two dogs Titan and Molly.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.