Türkiye has now become one of the few countries to own air-to-air missile technology with homegrown missiles.
Turkey's anti-drone product, Fedai, can fly to altitudes of 5,000 metres and is "100% carbon, a feature that’s unique in the world."
Turkey’s latest drone takes its defence industry into the big leagues, among “the top three combat drone manufacturers in the world,” President Erdogan says.
The development will allow for a more seamless and cost-effective basic sniper training for Turkish security forces.
The Turkish armed forces will soon add weapons powered by electromagnetic waves to its inventory, thanks to TUBITAK's newly launched hypersonic ammunition.
Turkish Aerospace Industries delivered the T129 Tactical Reconnaissance and Attack Helicopter to the General Directorate of Security, and exhibited the electric-powered T629 helicopter for the first time.
Turkey's homegrown Bayraktar drones have changed battleground equations in several conflicts, so Western countries like the UK are on the path of emulating Ankara's drone program.
Washington penalises Turkey’s military procurement agency and its four executive officials under a law known as CAATSA, which has been used for the first time against a NATO ally.
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