Ankara, Turkey – As an aircraft – computer system, UCAV provides first-degree intelligence support, second-degree attack, target lock support, third-degree attack by itself, provides attack support.
Considering the successful operations carried out by the Turkish Armed Forces and the process behind the scenes of these achievements, it is emphasized that the systems purchased by Turkey focused on conventional defense are completely legal.
If he uses S-400s, it is not legal to deprive him of F-35s.. Turkey has the right to have both S-400s and F-35s.
As for defense systems, it is important to create national defense systems to ensure Turkey’s security.
Compared to the S-400s and Patriot missiles, the technical characteristics of the S-400s are superior.
Addressing the importance of space-controlled systems for ensuring Turkey’s air defense at a strategic level, Turkey is taking important steps in the process of advancing in this sense. It is very important that Turkey can use missile systems supported from space and support these systems with artificial intelligence.
The technical structure and procedure of UCAV and UAVs provides first degree Intelligence Support, second degree Attack, target lock support, third degree attack by itself, provides attack support.
No one can control those who control artificial intelligence, referring to the importance of the mobility provided by Turkish UAVs, this technology should also be supported by artificial intelligence.
On the other hand, Akinci, Aksungur and Alpagu systems, which will enter the inventory in the near future, will experience difficult days for Turkey’s enemies.
Finally, Turkish UAVs and Sikhs, which also contributed greatly to Azerbaijan’s success in Karabakh, became decisive in the course of the conflicts.
Flying defense systems developed with the latest technology with domestic and national facilities are preparing to add strength to the power of the defense industry in Akinci, Aksungur and Alpagu.
In recent years, Turkey has climbed to the top of the list of defense industry giants with its inventory of domestic weapons and ammunition systems.
These systems will be the ’quarterback’ for the next 10 years with the Intelligence, Surveillance and targeting capabilities that they will provide to the Turkish security forces.
Turkish-made armed drones were used effectively by the Azerbaijani army, and cost-effective Siha’s than warplanes became decisive in the course of the conflict.
Azerbaijan’s attacks on Armenian targets in Nagorno-Karabakh by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have marked an intensifying conflict in recent days.
Bayraktar TB2, the star of the UAV market; Turkey used it against the forces of General Khalifa Hafter in Syria during Operation Spring Shield in February 2020 and before that in Libya. Turkey sold Bayraktar TB2s to Ukraine.
Although experts are confident that the Bayraktar TB2s provided the images for the attack on Armenia’s armored vehicles, there is no official explanation that these UAVs are part of the Azerbaijani Arsenal.
It is believed that Azerbaijan secretly stored UAVs or bought them before the conflict began.
Azerbaijanis use other drones during attacks. Azerbaijan has two Israeli-made Heron TP, 10 Hermes 4507, 100 Sky strikers and 50 Harops.
Azad, an Israeli-Azerbaijani company, developed a reconnaissance UAV called Aerostar, and kamikaze UAVs called Orbiter-1k and Orbiter-3. Two long-range Hermes 900s are also used by soldiers on the coastline.
What distinguishes recent clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh from previous ones has been the use of UAVs to drop laser-guided bombs.