Turkish breakthroughs in military technology have seen global success. After the Bayraktar TB2 gained popularity all over the world, Greece also took action to produce its own “homegrown” unmanned aerial vehicles. The drone, which Greece has been working on for the past year, has been unveiled. Greece’s sharing of the drone’s test flight on social media became the agenda in a short time on social media.
Turkey has made great progress in the field of military technology in recent years. Gradually increasing its success rate with its domestic and national production, Turkey has become a globally recognized player with its drone technology and SİHA technology.
Here are the local drones in Greece
The success of Turkey, which made a name for itself with Bayraktar TB2 and AKINCI, which broke world records and changed the course of wars, prompted Greece to act.
Greece, which wants to enter the race with Turkey, which has managed to become one of the few countries in the world in the field of unmanned aerial vehicle technology, has been counterattacked.
Greece, which wants to eliminate the eastern Mediterranean and the Aegean Sea, worked for one year and designed the domestic drones called “Smart Flying Machines”. Sharing the first test flight of a domestic drone on social media, Greece was ridiculed for those moments.
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