Turkish army receives two “Phoenix” armed drones


The Turkish army has received two homemade “Phoenix” armed drones.

In a tweet via Twitter on Sunday, the head of the Defense Industries Corporation, Ismail Demir, announced that the Turkish company TUSASI Aerospace Industries has delivered two armed Phoenix (ANKA) drones to the army.

Demir indicated that the Air Force will continue to supply these rallies.

On July 10, the French newspaper Le Figaro said that, in just 15 years, Turkey had become one of the most prominent producers of armed drones in the world.

It added that the Turkish marches contributed to Turkey’s advancement in the defense industry market, pointing out that it competed with the American, Israeli and Chinese models of marches in just 15 years.