Turkish UAV committed a ‘real genocide’ over Russian missile systems and set a record

ANKARA, (BM) – The operational and tactical multi-purpose drones Bayraktar TB2 of the Turkish company Baykar Makina flew 200 thousand hours, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing manufacturer reports on Twitter. It is also noted there that this indicator is a record for the Turkish aviation industry.

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In June, Defense Express, citing its own sources, established that in recent years, during the military conflicts in Syria and Libya, at least 23 Russian-made Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft missile-cannon systems (SAM) were destroyed.

Defense Express said in May that the Bayraktar TB2 Turkish drone had staged “real genocide” as the “touted” Pantsir-S1 air defense missile system.

Then the Turkish Anadolu agency reported the destruction of nine Russian-made air defense missile systems in Libya.

In January, ImageSatIntl ​​posted on Twitter satellite images of the nearly finished first Turkish aircraft carrier Anadolu, which is being built with the support of the Spanish company Navantia at Istanbul’s Sedef shipyard.

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