Video: Ukraine’s Utmost Secret Weap0n Against Russia

As if they were CCTV cameras in the sky, safe and reliable unmanned aerial vehicles for military use were once exclusive to the United States armed forces. However, such technology has become more commonplace and is now a fixture on post-Cold War battlefields.

The TB2, a medium-altitude long-endurance unmanned combat aerial vehicle, is capable of launching many missiles with a range of 2,500 miles per hour, all while being remotely controlled from a ground control station.

After the device took a crucial role in 2022, Turkey unexpectedly became the largest exporter of unmanned combat aerial vehicles in the world, proving that warfare is ever evolving, and the rules are always changing…

Turkish drones military unmanned aerial vehicles or uavs have been used for years as intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance platforms as well as attack tools particularly with the United States armed forces having watched America run a successful air campaign over Pakistan. Watch video below:

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