In the promotional video of the ZALA LANCET kamikaze UAVs, Baykar Defense’s production Bayraktar TB2 UCAVs was shown as the target aircraft.
Russian state television and radio company VGTRK released a promotional video of the Zala LANCET kamikaze UAVs. The use of Bayraktar TB2 UCAVs, produced by Baykar Defense, as the target aircraft in the video drew attention.
Zala Aero, part of the Kalashnikov group, affiliated with the Russian public agency Rostec, developed The LANCET-3 and LANCET-1 kamikaze UAVs. The Zala LANCET kamikaze UAVs, or entangled munitions, has been used in Syria in recent years and has undergone field tests. The video, released by VGTRK, also included footage of the tests being carried out in Syria.
LANCET-3, carrying 3 kilograms of explosives, deactivated the vehicle in motion, which was referred to as “militant commanders” in Idlib, Syria. In a different shot, a LANCET kamikaze UAVs appears to have neutralized what they call an “Islamic terrorist.” In addition, it is emphasized in the video that the disabled person ran away by hearing the sound of the UAVs, but was late to escape.
With the concept launched from the air, ZALA LANCET kamikaze UAVs or ammunition entangled with other names targeted Bayraktar TB2 UAVs in the animation.It was also noted that it was TB2 UAVs, the armed version of the Bayraktar TB2 that was shot in the animation.
The interest of the Russians towards the Bayraktar TB2 SİHA system, which they are familiar with from various combat areas, has recently been demonstrated by simulating Bayraktar TB2 as a target in the promotions of relevant irrelevant weapon systems.