Six Bayraktar TB2 drones destroyed by Russian military in one day

HSMilitarycom: Russian Air Defense and Fighter jets, Shoot down two Ukrainian helicopters and six Bayraktar TB2 drones.

This was conveyed during a briefing by the official representative of the Russian Ministry of Defense, Igor Konashenkov. Noting that, Among the downed Ukrainian air assets was the Bayraktar TB2 attack drone.

Six Bayraktar TB2 drones destroyed by Russian military in one day

As you can see in the video circulating on various social media. One of them was recorded and uploaded to the YouTube channel.

"Over the past day, fighter and air defense aircraft of the Russian Air Force shot down  two Mi-8 helicopters in the Kyiv region, six unmanned aerial vehicles, including the Bayraktar TB-2,” Konashenkov said.

A few days ago, news circulated that Ukraine got the latest Bayraktar TB2 from a Turkish company.

The Bayraktar TB2 is currently the most popular among the Ukrainian military and some countries that also use the drone. However, the Russian missile easily destroyed the Bayraktar TB2.

During special operations, 2203 Ukrainian military bases were controlled by the Russian military. On the night of March 5, a massive attack took place, as a result of which 61 Ukrainian military bases were destroyed.

Six Bayraktar TB2 drones destroyed by Russian military in one day

During the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Bayraktar TB2 destroyed a Russian Military convoy and several Russian armored vehicles were destroyed.

That is, although as many as six Bayraktar TB2 were destroyed by the Russian military, this Bayraktar TB2 Drone became the most frightening unmanned aircraft.

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