FPV — small attack UAVs

FPV (First Person View) drones are controlled through goggles, a headset or a display, creating the illusion of your own flight.


The course is designed for pilots who will learn to use attack (kamikaze) drones or launchers with FPV technology for combat missions.


Target audience:
The course is intended for officers, NCOs, privates, and service members from interested units, including company-level reconnaissance, intelligence battalions, brigade artillery groups, S2, air reconnaissance units, and SOF units.

FPV — small attack UAVs

Training programs

Fundamentals of using FPV drones for combat missions
18-21 days

Duration of training programs


The course consists of five stages, including:

  • Theoretical block: providing general fundamental knowledge on FPV-type UAVs, piloting, structure, differences from classic civilian UAVs, tactics, and factors for successful mission performance.
  • Training flights on simulators.
  • Hands-on piloting in the hangar or outdoors on scaled-down or protected FPV models.
  • Practical outdoor piloting with combat drones or models similar to them in terms of tactical and technical characteristics.
  • The final stage: a theory exam, a piloting exam, and a qualifying “combat” mission.

Training is conducted in crews consisting of a pilot and a navigator. Participation preference is given to military personnel who will soon be deployed to combat.

Upon successful completion of the course, the pilots receive a qualification certificate.

The duration of the training program ranges from 18 to 21 days.