While Europe is finally getting behind the development of multinational medium-altitude, long-endurance (MALE) unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) after years of reliance on Israeli and U.S.-produced systems, Turkish industry is cranking up development of its second and third indigenously developed MALE platforms. The national development of UAVs, or IHAs—Turkish for “air vehicle without man”—has become a point of national pride, particularly for the country’s ...

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