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Azerbaijan at military exercises in Turkey

The international search and rescue exercise Anatolian Phoenix 2024 continues in Konya, Turkey.
Azerbaijan is represented by personnel of the airborne and search and rescue services of the Air Force, aircraft, as well as special forces of the Navy.

 

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We were wanting LCACs for our LHD if i remembering correctly. But creating a big LCAC needs powerful aviation engine afaik.

My curiosity is; for this job, instead of an LCAC design, should we opt for EDA-R type of designs ?
 

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I’m going guess Cakir, Akya heavy torpedo and an USV drone of sorts and several smaller Surface to air missile. They seem too small to be torpedo and why use small torpedo unless they are just as good as Akya.
Unless the black one is like trg300 and others are akya
 

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They seem too small to be torpedo and why use small torpedo
I think they are very light torpedos and EW decoys.

Why very light torpedos? Because inside submarine space is limited whereas today your submarine has to hunt cheap and compact USVs ( or manned patrol boats). Thus you save your most lethal weapon:heavy torpedos as well as space and money .
 

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I think they are very light torpedos and EW decoys.

Why very light torpedos? Because inside submarine space is limited whereas today your submarine has to hunt cheap and compact USVs ( or manned patrol boats). Thus you save your most lethal weapon:heavy torpedos as well as space and money .
I am not sure using a submarine to hunt cheap USV surface boats is a good trade off on cost. Considering the time to build both.
 

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I am not sure using a submarine to hunt cheap USV surface boats is a good trade off on cost. Considering the time to build both.
Not always hunting USV, in case of mission and situation. The submarine won't be loaded with just very light torpedos.Kinda Sidearms.

In near future the subs will face USVs very often that could detect and hit them.
 

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Can only find this
Aselsan had been taking this to fairs since IDEF 2021. Mainly:
Akya, Orka (Aselsan's first prototype that now serves as training torpedo), TORK, Hisar-Derin, Torpedo tube launched AUV and one loitering torpedo. Most of those systems are unnamed at the stand, and the whole submarine demonstrates Aselsan's submarine solutions.
 

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Would it be possible or realistic to equip AUVs or UUVs with SUNGUR and use them against Helicopters in the Aegean Sea?

Even the French use them on real submarines.
Ukraine has already made USV with SAM.

I think ours will make it.
 

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