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General information[edit | edit source]
The FV432 was designed and manufactured by GKN Stanley as the APC variant of the FV430 series of armored fighting vehicles. Introduced in 1963 for the British Army, the FV432 became the most common variant, being purposed to transport infantry and later serving as fire support. Although it was planned for the FV432 to be replaced by the FV510 Warrior, some of them were upgraded to modern standards (FV430 Mk3 Bulldog) in the British military while others became privately owned.
The FV432 weighs 15 tons (15.3 t). It is 5.25 m long, 2.8 m wide, and 2.28 m tall. The FV432 is operated by two crewmen and can hold 10 additional infantrymen. The FV432 is armed with a turret mounted .50 cal M2A1 Browning HMG and also has smoke dischargers. It can go up to a speed of 32 mph (52 km/h).
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
The FV430 is used by the British Army.
- The FV430 APC was added to the british army to balance it with other conventional army factions by giving it another troop-carrying-capable vehicle (the Warrior IFV already has that ability but the FV430 Bulldog can carry 1 person more, thus 12 in total). It also has the ability to defend itself against enemy troops, however only with a .50 cal instead of the Warrior's 30mm cannon. The FV430 Bulldog is comparable to the MT-LBM APC of the Russian Ground Forces.