Bradley's brother Miles is currently serving in the Queen's Dragoon Guards, and has served in Iraq. His other brother Ashley was in the Military Police and served in Afghanistan, and he now works at the Blues' home of Cardiff City Stadium.
Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Cllr Keith Hyde, said: "It's fantastic to see Bradely take time off from training, and not just any training, he has a huge game this weekend, so it's extra special that he found the time to show his support. I wish the Blues luck on Sunday and hopefully on Armed Forces Day, Cardiff will boast premiership Footballan Amlin Cup winning rugby team."
Blues fans can also salute their support for Armed Forces Day Cardiff by simply taking a photograph of themselves saluting, and uploading it onto the dedicated Armed Forces Day website www.armedforcesdaycardiff.co.uk