Having developed and then armed its indigenous tactical unmanned air vehicles (UAVs), Turkey is scaling up its drone ambitions. With more than 60 Bayraktar TB2 tactical systems in service with the country’s army and military police—the Jandarma—and with Turkish Aerospace Industries’ (TAI) Anka medium-altitude, long-endurance UAV joining the ranks of its air force, Turkey increasingly sees the UAV as a transformational capability.  UAVs have given Turkey an edge ...

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