Ukraine celebrated in its own way the Turkish “Bayraktar TB-2” drone in view of its role in targeting Russian army columns in various regions of Ukraine.
The Ukrainian ground forces published an enthusiastic song that boasts of the capabilities of the “Bayraktar” march, and the ground forces’ Facebook account stated that publishing the song is “revenge for the Ukrainian, Georgian, Syrian, Chechen and Crimean Tatar children.”
From the lyrics of the Ukrainian song, “The sheep came to rebuild the old state, but we have a shepherd for these sheep, we have Bayraktar.” “
A number of activists and journalists in Ukraine published news, photos and videos about the “Bayraktar” aircraft strikes that targeted the Russian forces, which began their war on Ukraine at dawn last Thursday from 3 axes: north, east and south.
🇺🇦 Matching the now already famous ukraine Bayraktar song pic.twitter.com/Q0hF5iPYP4
— Kyivtoday (@Kyivtodaycom) March 2, 2022
And an account of journalists in Ukraine published a tweet in which it stated that a training center for police dogs in Kyiv called a puppy “Bayraktar”, and it has become a symbol of law enforcement, as it senses the approach of the enemy, and warns before an explosion occurs.
A puppy nicknamed Bayraktar has appeared at a police dog training center in #Kyiv region. This German Shepherd puppy has become a real mascot for law enforcement. Bayraktar can feel when the enemy beings their approach, and can react a few minutes before the explosions begin. pic.twitter.com/iJlTNH4EMG
— The Ukraine Post🇺🇦 (@TheUkrainePost) March 3, 2022
“Ukraine is inflicting severe damage on Russia’s supply lines with unmanned combat aerial vehicles, the Turkish (Bayraktar TB-2),” wrote the prominent US Senator Marco Rubio.
– Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) February 28, 2022
Last Sunday, the Turkish Anadolu Agency published a video that it said documented the destruction of a Russian military convoy by “Bayraktar TB-2” during its attack on Ukraine.
It is noteworthy that the “Bayraktar TB-2” is the first domestically produced unmanned aircraft in Turkey, which was developed by the Turkish company “Baykar” in mid-2010.