The teletank was the first remote controlled tank, it was manufactured by the Soviet Union in 1930. It was used in World War II, specifically the Winter War, which was a military conflict within World War II between the Soviet Union and Finland. It was also used in the battle of Kursk, a battle between the Germans and the Soviets. The teletank was also used sometimes throughout World War II. The Soviets made the teletank, and they were put into paired combat groups. These groups consisted of a controller tank and another tank. The controller tank would, unsurprisingly, control the other tank. Within the controller tank were all the controls, which included moving and firing. There were many models of the teletank including the: T-18, TT-18, T-26, T-27, TT-БT-7, and T-34. The only models used in combat were the T-26 and T-34. All of these teletanks were remodeled after the Renault FT, which was a french light tank. The Soviets not only modeled the teletank after this but also improved it quite a lot and made it remote controlled.