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 training and retraining of experienced pilots and serves as a selection course for talented military personnel who will then 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.