Turkish Aerospace Industries’ Anka medium-altitude, long-endurance UAV is being readied for service with the Turkish Air Force. The first serial-production Anka-S, which will use a satellite communications system rather than line-of-sight comms for command and control, should be delivered to the air arm in the coming months. The platform has been modified and its performance has improved over the original Anka-A systems that first flew back in 2010. TAI proved the Anka could be armed ...

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