Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Turkey’s future unmanned aircraft MIUS to operate on LHD Anadolu

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Turkish drone-maker, BAYKAR Defence, introduced the unmanned aircraft MIUS (means Milli Insansiz Ucak Sistemi-National Unmanned Aircraft System) on 20th July on Twitter.

They made the announcement on the first day of Eid, and declared it as a gift.

According to the rendering Baykar shared, MIUS will take off from LHD Anadolu, which is planned to be converted into a drone-carrier ship after Turkey was removed from the F-35 project with CAATSA sanctions.

Baykar had announced that they have been working on a brand-new drone model, TB-3 Bayraktar, and the head of Turkish Defence Industries told the press that LHD Anadolu is planned to carry 30-50 drones and will be able to control 10 drones in the air.

After Baykar’s announcement Selcuk Bayraktar, Chief Technology Officer of Baykar, stated on a video he released on Twitter that MIUS will be able to fly around 1 mach speed.
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Love them or hate them...I don't care. But you have to admit that Turkey is turning up the volume, especially when it comes to unmanned aircraft and armored vehicles!

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