The fear of TİHA in Greece now

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The first delivery of the Bayraktar AKINCI TİHA, which made its maiden flight on December 6, 2019, ended with a ceremony held on August 29.

The Bayraktar AKINCI TİHA Award and Graduation Ceremony, which was developed by Baykar with national and national resources as part of the AKINCI project, was held last week at the Bayraktar AKINCI Flight Training and Test Center in Çorlu , with a ceremony in the presence of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

Bayraktar AKINCI TİHA, the first to enter the inventory, was introduced by Baykar General Manager Haluk Bayraktar, in the presence of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, President of Defense Industry Prof. Dr. He was handed over to İsmail Demir. After the delivery, Haluk Bayraktar presented an AKINCI model to President Erdoğan.


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After unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and armed unmanned aerial vehicles (SİHA) produced in Turkey, the delivery of the first Akıncı TİHA (Unmanned Aerial Attack Vehicle) to the Turkish armed forces has raised concerns in Athens.

“Akıncı has extraordinary opportunities. It can fly higher than all drones, can stay in the air for about 25 hours and can carry bombs weighing 1.3 tons, ”the Ta Nea newspaper said, adding that Greek staff were carefully monitoring all stages of the operation. the Turkish defense industry in recent years.

The newspaper noted that the modernization of 8 old French-made Sperwere-type drones purchased in 2002 from the Greek ground forces had been decided, and the purchase of small drones for the navy was planned. There are also 6 old models of Pegasus type drones, manufactured in 1982 and 2005, of Greek manufacture, deployed at the Larisa air base in Greece.

This year, Greece also deployed 2 Heron Mk21 type drones from Israel to the Aegean island of İskiri (Skiros) for 3 years for 40 million euros. Turkish drones have created a serious problem in the Greek defense system.

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