Turkish armed unmanned surface vehicle completes first marine tests

(MENAFN) A Turkish-established armed unmanned surface vehicle (USV) has finished its initial marine tests, as stated by the chief of the nation’s Defense Industries' Presidency.

Presently under improvement by Turkish defense companies Havelsan and Yonca-Onuk, the Sancar USV are going to reach several of the Turkish military's necessities, such as against foes that are not simply familiar and are accomplished of unconventional actions, Ismail Demir informed Anadolu Agency on Sunday.

Asymmetric dangers have the prospect to totally damage local security as well as worldwide balances, Demir assured, also mentioning that security forces would require to "identify and eliminate these threats while continuing to carry out traditional defense activities."

Positive USV ventures have been shown by firms with numerous abilities for this reason, Demir pointed out, highlighting that Turkey was operating to add USVs to its naval militaries.

Adding that "We can proudly say that the best-in-class vehicles will soon be able to meet the needs of Türkiye and friendly-allied nations."


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