Five Turkish ‘Bayraktar TB2’ unmanned combat aerial vehicles are currently operating over Syria.
The Open Source Intelligence Twitter account SkyWatcher Intel often follows such flights in the region, if you don’t follow them then I’d suggest you go do that now if you’d like to see what’s going on as it goes on.
5x (!) Turkish Armed Forces 🇹🇷 TB2 UAVs operating over Northern Syria 🇸🇾 at the moment, the most i think I've ever seen at once. pic.twitter.com/kx7dIjo7HF
— Sierra Alpha (@skywatcherintel) February 11, 2021
According to Scott Crino and Andy Dreby in ‘Turkey’s Drone War in Syria – A Red Team View‘, Turkey’s armed forces gained worldwide attention when its air force launched a remarkable and innovative airpower show-of-force against Bashir al-Assad’s Syrian Army.
As part of a combined air and ground operation, the Turkish air force used its Anka-S and Bayraktar TB2 drones to conduct hundreds of strikes against Syrian Arab Army units.