The Bayraktar TB2 drones, produced by the Turkish arms concern Baykar Makina, are nothing new in the military world. Information about them has been reaching us for a long time, but only now, in the face of the war in Ukraine, it turned out in practice what they really can do. In short? A lot, because their combat potential is invaluable, and although it is difficult to admire killing tools, against the background of Poland's growing interest in flying drones , it is good to know what weapons our country will use.
UAV and UCAV are the future. I am talking about unmanned flying drones
Although UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) in themselves, or "in Polish" UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) are nothing new, this is the first conflict on such a scale, which more than shows us how the war of the future. Turkish drones in Ukraine show how devastating it is to combine modern technology with bravado, which, unlike pilots fighting for their lives, there is no shortage of operators who are located in a safe place many hundreds or even thousands of kilometers away. As a result, military missions can be bolder and to a greater extentFor as long as I can remember, I have always been fascinated by remote-controlled flying drones used in the military. The very fact that thanks to them you can completely get rid of the risk of death of a pilot trained for years, was always on the first place in my private list of the main advantages of UAVs. In recent years, I have noticed that what used to be only the domain of the USA (see MQ-9 Reaper) has become one of the main trends in the development of the arms industry.