Turkey Launched Surprise Attacks on Russian Wagner PMC in Libya

Turkish Bayraktar TB2 attacked the Russian military in Libya. Source Defence Turk.

Turkey has released video footage of Bayraktar TB2 drone strikes on Russian military assets in Libya. According to the video footage by Defence Turk, a Bayraktar TB2 takes position and trikes over a property belonging to Russian Wagner PMC mercenaries in Libya.

Turkish attack drones hunt specifically for the Russian PMC. The PMC suffered losses in Libya. According to the report, the TB2 drones used MAM-L smart munition to destroy a safe house belongs to the Wagner Group.

Business insider released a verified audiotape of Wagner claiming that unprepared Wagner Group’s mercenaries were sent to Syria and Libya to die fighting a Kremlin-backed proxy war.

According to an official report, the Russian military incurs heavy losses, including a Pantsir ADS and a Krasukha-4 EW complex, a Russian-made mobile, ground-based, electronic warfare system.

Earlier, Business Insider reported that Russian military personnel, PMC and their equipment are still located in the various civilian occupied suburban area in Libya.

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Bayraktar TB2 drones was also successful in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Azerbaijan used the Bayraktar TB2 drone to destroy multiple Russian-made air defense systems and radar in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict last year. The source claims that the Armenian side mainly used the Osa anti-aircraft missile systems and Pantsir. However, the latter demonstrated extremely low efficiency in the fight against enemy aircraft and drones, as evidenced by the many destroyed air defense systems of this type.

Bayraktar TB2 strikes destroyed an S-300 mobile launcher.

Azerbaijani military managed to destroy a mobile launcher and Nebo-M air defense radar of S-300 SAM using the TB2 drones.

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