Turkey Tests Armed Indigenous UAV

Bayraktar TB2
Credit: Bayhaluk
LONDON – Turkey’s Baykar Makina and Kale Kalip have completed the first tests of an indigenous armed UAV capability. The Bayraktar TB2 medium altitude, long-endurance platform was fitted with two Roketsan-produced UMTAS anti-tank missiles, one mounted under each wing. In Dec. 17 firing tests, the...

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