French Le Figaro: Turkey has become one of the world’s leading UAV manufacturers with the USA, Israel and China
The French newspaper Le Figaro wrote that Turkey has become one of the world's leading UAV manufacturers with the USA, Israel and China in ten years.
November 5, 2021
KaleKalıp delivered the KCR556 Infantry Rifle to the Gendarmerie General Command and Land Forces Command as "Turkey's first and only infantry rifle that can guarantee a barrel life of 15,000 rounds".
November 3, 2021
Domestic servo motors and motion control solutions are used in the Volkan-II Tank Fire Control System in weapon systems such as Sarp, Korkut and Gökdeniz developed by ASELSAN.
November 2, 2021
The first delivery of Aksungur, an armed unmanned aerial vehicle (AUAV) developed within the Turkish defense industry, was made to the Naval Forces Command.
October 20, 2021
Demir said, "Our IKA family is growing. ACROB light class unmanned land vehicles, developed with domestic means, are on duty as the little assistants of our security forces in reconnaissance/surveillance with 3 cameras, speed and agility in all weather and terrain conditions, in different visibility conditions."
October 14, 2021
Turkish defense industry companies are developing solutions to neutralize drone-borne threats using a kamikaze unmanned aerial vehicle.
October 9, 2021
Nurol Technology and Sabancı University Nanotechnology Research and Application Center will collaborate on R&D studies in ballistic protective products.
October 4, 2021
Defense Industry President İsmail Demir stated that the laser-guided mini-missile METE, developed and tested by ROKETSAN, will hit the targets from 12.
October 3, 2021
The Canadian Foreign Minister announced that the export of the Wescam MX-15D camera, which is located in Bayraktar TB2 and ANKA SİHAs, to Turkey has been stopped.
September 29, 2021
President Erdoğan said, "We are going further and further in the defense industry, and we will go further. But tomorrow, 'Why don't you buy the F-35?' Emphasizing the words "If you don't give, we won't buy. Then we will apply to other doors." The Greek press claimed that Turkey's new warplane will be the Russian-made "Su-75 Checkmate". The US press praised the "Su-75 Checkmate" in their analysis and included the concern in its news.
September 28, 2021