Turkey completes the supply of Bayraktar TB2 drones to Ukraine

Turkey has completed the delivery to Ukraine of Bayraktar TB2 unmanned aerial vehicles. This was announced on its Twitter page by the Turkish company Baykar Makina.


Turkey completes the supply of Bayraktar TB2 drones to Ukraine


The Turkish company Baykar Makina supplied the Air Force of Ukraine with a second batch of unmanned aerial vehicles Bayraktar TB2, thereby fully completing the delivery. Ukraine received the first batch of drones back in March this year, the former president of the country Petro Poroshenko reported about it.

In total, under the agreement, the Ukrainian military received six drones, two (according to other sources - three) ground control stations and related equipment, including simulators. Also earlier, the Ukrainian side announced the supply of ammunition (200 missiles) for drones in accordance with the agreement. In addition, in Turkey at the end of September this year, 50 military personnel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine who were trained in the use and maintenance of Turkish-made drones completed their training.

Bayraktar TB2 - shock medium-range UAV, designed and manufactured by the Turkish company Baykar. Flight altitude - over 7300 m, time spent in the air - up to 24 hours. The distance from the control point is no more than 150 km, it can work in two modes (remote control or automatic mode, including independent takeoff and landing). The maximum speed of the drone is 250 km / h, cruising speed - 130 km / h.

The length of the drone is 6,5 m, the wingspan is 12 m. The maximum take-off weight of the drone is 650 kg, while the payload is 55 kg. Bayraktar TB2 is capable of carrying two anti-tank missiles (bombs).
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  1. Valery Valery 24 October 2019 13: 21 New
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    Turks are "handsome" - both ours and yours; and front and back (and hetero and hetero)!
    1. EDWARD 24 October 2019 13: 24 New
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      and what can you say about the supply of S-400 Turkey .. it is very interesting to read your opinion7
      1. Valery Valery 24 October 2019 13: 33 New
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        Quote: EDWARD
        and what can you say about the supply of S-400 Turkey .. it is very interesting to read your opinion7

        We set up a complex for the Turks that will never work in the UNITED NATO Air Defense System. Well, they will cover with our S-400 one object (some thermal power station, bridge or combined arms regiment) - so what? !!! But the whole world has found out where the place of the American Patriot is, and a crack in NATO has formed ....
        1. withoutreverse 24 October 2019 13: 37 New
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          Valery Valery (Valery) Today, 13:21
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          Turks are "handsome" - both ours and yours; and front and back (and hetero and hetero)!

          - as you consider with moral implication. they are us Su-24 with the crew. and we them S-400? and you don’t remember, the Turks shot down, or drowned something hohlyatskoe ??
          1. EDWARD 24 October 2019 13: 39 New
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            why are you asking such complicated puzzles to him?)
            1. Valery Valery 24 October 2019 21: 20 New
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              Wow! Sofa expert, and even with humor !!!
              I sympathize with you - it happens and it happens - a person needs to manage countries, planets .... yes, everything doesn’t grow together.
          2. Sailor 24 October 2019 14: 59 New
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            Now only TORAs will help modern miners ... Or "hint" to Khokhlov that, after the first raid by this pepelats, a fiery hello will also fly to banderlogs ... It becomes more and more difficult for miners angry
    2. Aerodrome 24 October 2019 13: 24 New
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      Quote: Valery Valery
      Turks "handsome" - both ours and yours

      also "partners" cho ...
    3. Piramidon 24 October 2019 13: 25 New
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      Quote: Valery Valery
      Turks are "handsome" - both ours and yours; and front and back (and hetero and hetero)!

      There is such a word - "business"
    4. Vladimir61 24 October 2019 13: 36 New
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      Quote: Valery Valery
      Turks are "handsome" - both ours and yours; and front and back (and hetero and hetero)!
      What is surprising is that the state and business have national and commercial priorities in different variations. We supply arms to both Azerbaijan and Armenia, but this does not mean that we are pushing them to war, since this is happening, not at no cost. Just a business!
  2. vvvjak 24 October 2019 13: 31 New
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    It is necessary to look at private ads on the sale of goods in Ukraine, maybe Turkish UAVs are already on sale. With the English armored personnel carrier "Saxon" already it was.
    1. bondrostov 24 October 2019 13: 37 New
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      Yab bought to the head to merge home wassat
  3. IAI-Azerbaijan 24 October 2019 13: 45 New
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    Very soon, the Turkish heavy strike UAV "Akıncı"
    In the arsenal of the Kyrgyz Republic SOM-J, SOM-B, air-to-air missiles, missiles, etc.








    Also UAV- Anka S:




    And - Aksungur:

    1. IAI-Azerbaijan 24 October 2019 13: 50 New
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      They are soon ready for deliveries to the armed forces of Turkey, and Azerbaijan, and then to the international market.
      1. kjhg 24 October 2019 14: 16 New
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        Can you write an article on this subject indicating their technical characteristics, purchase plans and comparison with foreign counterparts, including Russian ones, if any? A very interesting article can be obtained.
        1. Oquzyurd 24 October 2019 21: 20 New
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          Impact drone "AKINCI".

          The maximum take-off weight is 4500 kg. Wingspan 20 m, length 12,3 m.
          , Flight altitude 40000 feet,, flight duration 24 hours
          • 2 × 900 hp 5-blade turboprop engines

          • 900 kg of external + 450 kg of internal payload


          • Armaments, SOM-A, SOM-B, SOM-J cruise missiles, MAM-L, MAM-C ammunition, air-to-air missiles, etc.
          • Electronic support
          • AESA radar
          Fully automatic flight control system and 3 backup autopilots (triple redundancy)
          Fully automatic landing and take-off function, depending on ground systems, and automatic parking.
          Navigation with integrated Fusion sensor without GPS dependency
          Precise automatic take-off and landing using auxiliary sensor division
          Support for semi-autonomous flight modes
          Fault-tolerant and 3-standby application Fusion Sensor Fusion
          YKI Cross-Backup System
          Original backup servos
          Original redundant lithium batteries
    2. voyaka uh 24 October 2019 13: 52 New
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      Famously the Turks took up this branch of armaments ... well done!
    3. Sky strike fighter 24 October 2019 14: 09 New
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      Well, in SOM KR it’s clear, but what will air-to-air missiles do on this UAV? There are questions about the UAV’s airborne radar and its ability to maneuver in air combat.
      To accomplish a task, let’s say, of a very wide spectrum, we first developed a general concept, CR SOM. Its mass was six hundred kilograms, 230 kg was allocated to the warhead. It was driven by the Microturbo TRI 40, this turbojet engine dispersed the test sample so that the rocket was able to overcome as many as 300 km.

      GPS / INS / ATR / TRN is used as a guiding and correcting signal, which gives high accuracy - the calculated CVO is declared in 10 meters, tests reduced this figure to 5 meters. In addition, the missile has the opportunity for anti-aircraft maneuver and selection of targets, that is, the priority for defeat can be changed after launch.

      Network interaction with other weapons, satellite signals, own radar and barometric altimeter, allow you to accurately position and follow in accordance with the terrain and become attached to landmarks, such as bridges, buildings and so on, which makes this CR a very dangerous opponent.

      https://zen.yandex.ru/media/oborona/chto-eto-za-ryba-takaia-i-s-chem-ee-ediat-tureckii-protivobunkernyi-som-uspeshno-ispytan-5d72e93e8c5be800adbf91bb
    4. Sky strike fighter 24 October 2019 14: 26 New
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      Very soon, the Turkish heavy strike UAV "Akıncı"
      In the arsenal of the Kyrgyz Republic SOM-J, SOM-B, air-to-air missiles, missiles, etc.

      Are air-to-air missiles going to the drone?
      Well done, of course, Turks who make their air-to-air missiles, but their performance characteristics are not particularly impressive.
      Bozdogan medium-range missile (the original designation Goktug Variant 1) must be equipped with an active homing radar and datalink radio correction with a carrier aircraft, and have a firing range of up to 65 km. The highly maneuverable short-range (close-range) missile Gokdogan (originally designated as the Goktug Variant 2) should be equipped with a dual-band infrared homing type IIR (created by the Turkish company Aselsan), an engine with a variable thrust vector and have a firing range of up to 30 km. Both types of missiles are planned to be equipped with F-16 fighters and the promising Turkish TF-X fighter, and theoretically, F-35 fighters.

      https://bmpd.livejournal.com/3136597.html
      1. Oquzyurd 24 October 2019 16: 36 New
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        Air-to-air missiles mounted on drones will be effective against drones and helicopters.
    5. Antares 24 October 2019 20: 02 New
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      Quote: IAI-Azerbaijan
      Also UAV- Anka S:


      poured out
      1. IAI-Azerbaijan 24 October 2019 20: 10 New
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        Did not please. Both this and the third have Israeli roots. Anka S - Hermes 900, Aksungur - Heron / Eitan.
  4. d.olegov44 24 October 2019 14: 16 New
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    Brother Erdogan "helps us" again.
  5. Ros 56 24 October 2019 14: 21 New
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    With this, everything is clear, now for the beauty of the moment it’s not enough to put in LDN the means to destroy these drones and it will be 1: 1 in our favor only from the difference in price.
  6. IAI-Azerbaijan 24 October 2019 14: 35 New
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    Quote: Sky Strike fighter

    Are air-to-air missiles going to the drone?
    Well done, of course, Turks who make their air-to-air missiles, but their performance characteristics are not particularly impressive.


    Yes.
    But nothing impresses you at all, the Turkish defense has nothing to do with it.
    1. Sky strike fighter 24 October 2019 15: 32 New
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      Compare Gokdogan with its 65 km range and the U.S. AIM-120C with a range of 120 km or the Russian R-77-1 with a range of 110 km that have been in service for years. But there are already orders for the AIM-120D with a range of 180 km and for the K-77M with a range of 200 km. The Turkish missile is inferior in range to the last of the samples by 3 times. Doesn’t the Turkish defense industry also?
      1. IAI-Azerbaijan 24 October 2019 15: 50 New
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        You are confusing the concepts of medium and long-range missiles. They are incomparable. Turkey is a NATO country, there is access to any AIM. Further, Turkey will have its own distant air-to-air as the development of SAM (air defense), they go at a frantic pace.
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        2. Sky strike fighter 24 October 2019 16: 03 New
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          I don’t confuse anything. The medium-range missile Bozdogan is 65 km (I apologize for having confused it with the short-range missile Gokdogan 30 km in the post above), as well as medium-range air-to-air missiles AIM-120C, R-77-1, AIM-120D , K-77M, Chinese PL-12. Google it on the Internet. The long-range air-to-air missile is the R-37M. (about 400 km).
          1. Oquzyurd 24 October 2019 16: 47 New
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            Turkish companies in the flying segment keep up with modern challenges. They are developing models not only in the military sphere, but also in the civilian direction. Soon we will see the Gezeri device in action https://www.youtube.com/watch ? v = b8iWiQBFENI
  7. Altai72 24 October 2019 15: 06 New
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    Quote: Sky Strike fighter
    Well, according to the Kyrgyz Republic, SOM is understandable, but what will air-to-air missiles do on this drones?

    Well, why, in the foreseeable future, battles for superiority in the air are coming between drones. So the "dog carousel" UAV with the use of air-to-air missiles is not excluded. Soon on the battlefield, soldiers will be replaced by cyborgs. So think deeper. We must accept the fact that the Turks are making a breakthrough in this segment.
    1. Rzzz 24 October 2019 19: 09 New
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      Many, many cheap drones are needed for the tactics of "depletion" of air defense. When several dozens of drones simultaneously fly up to the attacked object, they are first successfully extinguished by the "Shells", then the "Shells" run out of ammunition, then the "Shells" themselves are carried out, then the S-400, then the object itself.
      The loss of drones in this case does not matter at all. A sort of "filling up with corpses" and "women still give birth ", in the sense," factories are still riveting robots. "
  8. Mavrikiy 24 October 2019 17: 37 New
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    At the stations, high-explosive, runaway, fire! repeat
  9. APASUS 24 October 2019 19: 39 New
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    With such a relationship between Putin and Erdogan, they could safely outbid these Turkish UAVs. We have money up to the yellow shirt