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ERALP Long range Early Warning Radar System acceptance tests completed & slated for entry into TurkAF inventory,
Using S-Band frequency ,tactical wheeled platforms with antenna architecture, AESA & digital beam forming will be able to detect Low RCS , UAVs & ballistic missiles.


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TURKISH GAMES ARE LOOKING OUT WITH THEIR COMPETITORSAKINCI will be the first UAV in the world to carry AESA radar and infrared air-to-air missiles.In the test shot from AKINCI, the target over 100 kilometers was hit with a direct hit with Turkey's first supersonic missile TRG-230-iHA.


STM to Showcase Naval Warships and Tactıcal Mini UAV Systems at IMDEC 2023​

ByUmair Aslam
August 28, 2023


At IMDEC-2023, which is happening from 29–30 August in the City of Accra, Ghana, STM is displaying mock-ups of Türkiye’s first national corvette project – the Ada Class MILGEM, Turkiye’s first national frigate the İstif (I) Class Frigate, Pakistan Navy Fleet Tanker, STM-MPAC Multi Purpose Attack Craft, offering high speed-maneuverability and capable of firing surface-to-surface guided missiles and will be presenting its STM500, a small-sized submarine designed using national resources to the participants.

From among STM’s tactical mini-UAV systems, KARGU, Türkiye’s first national attack UAV that has been exported to nearly 10 countries on three different continents to date will also be on display at the STM stand. Visitors to the STM stand will also be able to view the fixed-wing Loitering Munition System ALPAGU.
TOGAN, the Surveillance UAV developed by STM, is in the inventory of the Turkish Armed Forces (TAF). TOGAN made its first export to a country in Africa in 2023.

COAS lauds Turkish military’s efforts to maintain peace in region​

Gen Munir meets President Erdogan, other high-ranking Turkish officials during visit to brotherly country, says ISPR

News Desk
September 13, 2023

chief of army staff coas general syed as m munir meets turkish president recep tayyip erdogan during his official visit to brotherly country photo ispr

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asım Munir meets Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during his official visit to brotherly country.

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir on Wednesday appreciated Turkish military’s efforts for maintaining peace and stability in the region and also praised the standards of operational readiness of Turkish armed forces, the military said in a statement.

He expressed these remarks during an official visit to the Republic of Turkiye. The visit is part of the high-level mutual visits by both the brotherly countries to enhance the historic diplomatic and military ties.

According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), during the visit, the army chief called on the President of the Republic of Turkiye, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, foreign and defence ministers, the Commander of Turkish General Staff, and commanders of Turkish land and air forces.

ASELSAN Showcases the SARP Next Gen Remote-Controlled Weapon Station at DSEI for the First Time​

Türkiye`s defence industry giant ASELSAN continues to improve its SARP Stabilized Advanced Remote Weapon Platform family with its extensive technological expertise and know-how. ASELSAN has introduced the innovative and game-changing SARP Next Generation (SARP Next Gen) at DSEI for the first time.

September 14, 2023

ASELSAN Showcases the SARP Next Gen Remote-Controlled Weapon Station at DSEI for the First Time
SARP Next Gen is the upgraded version of ASELSAN’s most acclaimed SARP Remote-Controlled Weapon Station (RCWS), maintaining its high hit probability, target tracking performance, and shoot-on-the-move capability against stationary and moving targets.

The system combines high-precision reconnaissance capabilities with excellent firepower to serve the tactical needs of the battlefield and protect critical infrastructures. The compact design of the system proves SARP Next Gen a perfect match for integration onto tactical vehicles, fixed surveillance posts, and towers.

Depending on the operational requirements, it can be armed with a 12.7 mm machine gun, 40 mm automatic grenade launcher, or 7.62 mm machine gun as its main weapon, as well as a 7.62 mm machine gun as its coaxial weapon. Thanks to its extensive surveillance and remote control capabilities, SARP Next Gen enhances situational awareness of the gunner in his proximity while drastically increasing survivability.


SARP Next Gen is fully equipped with innovative hardware and mechanical systems enabling the turret to have a low silhouette & lightweight, and it uses a hybrid ammunition box with an advanced user interface. Smoke grenades and a gunshot detection system can also be integrated into the SARP Next Gen, providing efficient use of the vehicle’s top.

Another significant improvement brought by SARP Next Gen is the concept of a hybrid ammunition box. SARP Next Gen can be reloaded under armor through the hybrid ammunition box. The box offers higher capacity than standard ammunition boxes thanks to its under-armor reload capability; thus, SARP Next Gen enables the operator to carry more than 1250 additional 7.62mm rounds in the vehicle.

Designed specifically for land platforms, SARP Next Gen features a flexible and upgradable architecture with a low silhouette & lightweight, being more effective against asymmetric threats.
BaykarTech & NASTP Joint development 🇹🇷🤝🇵🇰"The kaGem V3 Air Launched Munition" being displayed during Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee visit.

Engine models on display depict a joint engine development or ToT might also be in works.


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