US MQ-9 Reaper drone plays its role in Kyiv, Bayraktar TB2 is considered less effective

Hsmilitarycom: The U.S. edition of Forbes reported that Kyiv wants to acquire the U.S. MQ-9 Reaper drone, which is equipped with the U.S. Armed Forces.

Ukrainian representatives have met and talked about the delivery of the MQ-9 Reaper drone with people from General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, (an American company), which develops and manufactures drones. 

US MQ-9 Reaper drone plays its role in Kyiv, Bayraktar TB2 is considered less effective

Numun please note that such negotiations cannot take place without the knowledge and approval of the White House.

With support from the U.S. government, the MQ-9 Reaper drone could be used by the Ukrainian military in a matter of days.

If the Ukrainian Armed Forces receive an MQ-9 Reaper drone, it could change the balance in the confrontation with the Russian Armed Forces. This is justified by the fact that this MQ-9 drone is much more effective when compared to the Turkish-made Bayraktar TB2 drone currently owned by Kyiv.

This MQ-9 Reaper drone has tremendous advantages. The maximum speed of the US MQ-9 Raptor is 400 km / h, and cruising - 250 km / h. It can rise to altitudes of up to 15 km and stay in the air for 27 hours. The flight range is 1.9 thousand km, and the carrying capacity is 1.3 tons.

So far, there has been no official decision from the White House regarding the delivery of a number of MQ-9 Reaper drones to the armed forces in Ukraine.

Experts believe the process of delivering MQ-9 Reaper drones to ukrainian forces is likely accelerated.

Earlier, the Russian defense ministry said that Russia was focused on military action in Kyiv and targeting military equipment sent by NATO allies to the city.


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