The only other nation to buy the Bradley Fighting Vehicle is Saudi Arabia. They bought 400 after seeing its performance in Desert Storm. And they are currently using them in Yemen against Iranian backed Houthi rebels. Unfortunately, they’re not using them well.
That first attack is simply inexcusable. The dismount team should have been providing local security. As for the ATGM attacks, again, crews need to be alert and scanning their sectors.
Another point. Compare this video of a Russian built vehicle immediately bursting into flames. Think back to the video of the Bradleys. You’ll notice they don’t instantly brew up. The vehicle might be inoperative, or even beyond repair, but the fire suppression system works, at least long enough for the crew to escape.
And take a look at this video of US forces training in Ft. Irwin. Vehicle commanders are up and scanning. They’re also using their weapons to suppress any possible missile teams.