ISSUE: JUNE 2021 / 096

by MSI

05          EDITORIAL COMMENT

Turkish Industry Ready to Add New Solutions for Increasing the Ability of Aerial Platforms

06          COVER FILE

International Anatolian Phoenix-2021 Exercise Highlights the Joint Operational Capabilities of Turkey and its Allies

12          SPECIAL COVERAGE

Having Started the Mass Production of CANiK M2 QCB Heavy Machine Gun, SYS Took the First Export Order Amounting to over 1,000 Units

18          FEATURE

Innovative Communication Systems for Naval Platforms from Barok Defense

20          FEATURE

Sarsılmaz Enters Sub-Compact Segment with Its New Model SAR 9 SC

26          HIGHLIGHTS

  • Baykar Shakes Hands with the Polish Ministry of National Defence for the Export of 24 Bayraktar TB2s
  • IDEF 2021 Postponed to 17-20 August
  • Components Provided by CTech will Serve on the Satellite Produced by Thales Alenia Space
  • Driving and Firing Tests for Preliminary Prototype are Passed in the ACV Modernisation Project
  • FNSS Posts Notification on the IDEF: New Vehicles might Be on the Way
  • HENSOLDT’s Support for Eurofighter Typhoons Continues with the Quadriga Programme
  • Military Attachés Serving in Chile Meet with FIDAE Organisation
  • Leonardo AW101 Surpasses 500,000 Flight Hours
  • 16 Sector Companies Are Among Turkey’s Top 500 Industrial Firms
  • Türksat 5A Satellite Reaches its Orbit After 4 Months of Journey
  • Leonardo to Collaborate with Babcock on Canada’s Aircrew Training Programme
  • SYS Sees a Bright Future for the Industry’s Exports
  • SAHA EXPO Introduced 536 Products in 3D and Hosted 115,000 Visitors
  • Hungarian Ambassador Viktor Matis Confirms: Vehicles from Nurol Makina Produced with a Joint Production Model
  • HİSAR A+ Gets Full Marks in Test Firings
  • STM Celebrated its 30th Anniversary
  • Otokar Published Compliance Policies with Local and National Stakeholders
  • Explosive Ordnance Disposal Teams of the Land Forces Get Stronger with KİRPİ METİ
  • ULAQ AUSV Hits the Target with Full Accuracy on the First Shot
  • Otokar Rises to the 83rd Rank among Turkey’s Top 500 Industrial Firms
  • MAY 2021 DEFENCE IN BRIEF

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