Developed with national facilities, SİDA hit the target with a full hit in its first shot

The Armed Unmanned Marine Vehicle, which was developed with national means in the Sea Wolf-2021 Exercise, successfully fired its first shot and hit the target with full accuracy. In the images shared on the Twitter account of the Ministry of National Defense, it is seen that the rocket launched from SİDA has destroyed the marked targets.

Marine Wolf 2021 Exercise, which started in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean, continues with the participation of 132 ships, 10 submarines, 43 aircraft, 28 helicopters and 14 UAVs. The giant exercise will end on June 6.

SİDA hits the target with full accuracy

In the statement made on the Twitter account of the Ministry of National Defense (MSB), it was stated that “The Armed Unmanned Marine Vehicle (SİDA), which was developed with national resources in the Marine Wolf 2021 Exercise, successfully fired the target and hit the target with a full hit”.

Day and Night Vision Capability

SİDA, which is described as “exciting” in terms of domestic and national defense industry, draws attention with its superior abilities. SİDA, which is planned to make a great contribution to Turkey’s naval power, has a cruising range of 400 kilometers, a speed of 65 kilometers per hour, a national encrypted communication infrastructure, day and night vision capabilities.

Produced from advanced composite material, SİDA can be used from land mobile vehicles and from the headquarters command center or floating platforms in the performance of missions such as reconnaissance, surveillance and intelligence, surface warfare, asymmetric warfare, armed escort and force protection, strategic facility security. The vehicle was also equipped with a 4-laser-guided missile Javelin pod and a 2-Laser Guided Long-Range Anti-Tank Missile System (L-UMTAS) launcher, products of ROKETSAN, a manufacturer of national missile systems.

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