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Naval variant of Hisar-O+ Rf is Hisar-D which will be quad-packable like Siper-D. Regarding the Atmaca VLS, the anti-ship missile numbers on Turkish warhips will be increased via MIDLAS for saturation attacks and Atmaca Blk2 will have land attack features as well. In this way, both the Gezgin and Atmaca Blk-2 missiles can be used as ground attack missiles via MIDLAS.
And most probably kara atmaca (500 + km range)

Edit: You can delete my message. I dint see the one sent by Anmdt, having similar content
 
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And most probably kara atmaca (500 + km range)

Edit: You can delete my message. I dint see the one sent by Anmdt, having similar content


Kara-Atmaca is being developed for the requirements of Land Forces but If Navy request something based on Kara-Atmaca, Indeed It will be developed but Atmaca Blk2 with hybrid seeker will have both land attack and anti-ship capability.
 

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Mr Ikinci: "Work continues on land-based versions of MIDLAS for the protection of bases and ports."
Just asking but why is Turkey developing land-based MILDAS when they can just mount the rockets on a truck?
 

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Just asking but why is Turkey developing land-based MILDAS when they can just mount the rockets on a truck?
Not to burn antennas, sensors, vehicles and crew.


And it will give fast mobilization of batteries.
 

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Just asking but why is Turkey developing land-based MILDAS when they can just mount the rockets on a truck?
You can also hide them inside shipping containers to do some funni. Logistically it would be very practical.
 

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Mr Ikinci: "Work continues on land-based versions of MIDLAS for the protection of bases and ports."

Just asking but why is Turkey developing land-based MILDAS when they can just mount the rockets on a truck?


I think this new system will be like Aegis Ashore system ( land type ) . If this true it will give the mobile trucked systems more independency & mobility .

Aegis Ashore system

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IMO It has to be similar to be used in ships already designed for MK-41, for future builts or upgrades and interoperability. And as there is a perfect example exist why to reinvent the wheel. Everytime NATO partners put an embargo to Turkiye, she is reverse engineering embargoed products as an answer. Although I am slightly pro-Nato guy and don't support AKP government, I am very pleased to see reverse engineering, imitation or development of similar products as answer, so satisfying.. screw them, after initial copying you can develop better versions and never rely on them again.
 

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It is AIRS. It really looks similar to the ÇFAKR (Multi-Function Fire Control Radar) of Siper but there are subtle differences.
 

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