And has become NATO’s most lethal member.

Turkish Bayraktar TB2 and other combat drones have been used – have been displayed and exhibited as at an arms fair – in tearing apart human bodies in Syria, Libya, Nagorno-Karabakh, Armenia and Donetsk to date.

Most any Turkish news article on the sale of those drones to other countries contains a paragraph on their use in the above countries drawing the attention of prospective purchasers around the world. Which is precisely what was intended. For example: It [the Bayraktar TB2] has been actively used by Turkish forces in Syria and Libya and it saw action in Azerbaijan’s recent Nagorno Karabakh conflict, paving the way for its international recognition with proven operational capability.

In recent months it’s been reported that in addition to Azerbaijan, which used them extensively in its attack on defenseless Nagorno-Karabakh last year, the following countries have purchased or plan to purchase and jointly manufacture the deadly drones: Albania, Angola, Britain, Ethiopia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Morocco, Niger, Qatar, Pakistan, Poland, South Korea, Tunisia, Turkmenistan and Ukraine.

Some recent reports:

Turkey planning to sell combat drones, armored vehicles to Niger

Turkey selling combat drones to Kazakhstan

Strategic relations: Turkey, Ukraine to mass-produce next-generation combat drones

Turkey, Ukraine to produce over 500 combat drones that can carry air-to-air missiles

Hungary may be next NATO state to obtain Turkish combat drones

Turkey, South Korea to jointly produce combat drones, missiles, armored vehicles, helicopters

Turkey signs contract to deliver war-tested combat drones to 13th country

Bayraktar TB2s in ten countries: Turkey to provide combat drones to Kyrgyzstan

Use, sale of combat drones expands Turkey’s influence in Africa, Caucasus, Europe, Mideast

Next sale to Britain, then Turkish combat drones “flying in European skies”

Turkey expands combat drone sales to Ethiopia and Morocco: report