Wreckage of TB2 UAV collect by Russian army after its shot down
Judging by the damage received by the drone, the drone was successfully hit by an anti-aircraft guided missile, while the purpose of using this drone remains unknown, since there is no information yet about whether the drone carried corrective ammunition.
Experts draw attention to the fact that the Armed Forces of Ukraine again began to resort to the use of Bayraktar TB2 drones after a very long break.
According to Russian media, Turkey is incensed by the failures of Bayraktar TB2 drones in Ukraine after many of them were shot down by Russia.
Despite the fact that Turkey and Ukraine have made a key bet on Bayraktar TB2 attack drones, it has become known that these drones have been completely ineffective. According to the well-known Turkish analytical resource OrixSpioenkop, in the five months of the special operation conducted by the Russian army in Ukraine, the Ukrainian army lost more drones than it was able to hit targets with their help.
According to the official data of the Ministry of Defense, at least 82 Bayraktar TB2 strike unmanned aerial vehicles were destroyed on the territory of Ukraine, while, according to the analytical information resource “OrixSpioenkop”, Bayraktar TB2 drones hit only about 50 targets, moreover, some of them were simply damaged, and part raises certain doubts. In fact, this demonstrates the extremely low effectiveness of the use of Turkish drones in Ukraine, as well as on the territory of the DPR and LPR.
A day earlier, it became known that the Russian military destroyed all attack drones in service with Ukraine, emphasizing that the vast majority of drones were destroyed in the early days of the NMD.
“At the beginning of the operation, a lot of Bayraktars were shot down by our complexes, and everything was successful. One hundred percent hit … In fact, it is no longer difficult for us to fight unmanned aerial vehicles, and we even jokingly call it “beginner level” for the operator , ”the Russian military said in an interview with RIA Novosti.