TB2 Hit Pınar 6 at Denizkurdu Drill

TB2 Hit Pınar 6 at Denizkurdu Drill
TB2 Hit Pınar 6 at Denizkurdu Drill

Turkish Navy’s largest-ever naval drill has provided space to unmanned systems. Ares Shipyard and Meteksan Defence’s joint project Armed Unmanned Surface Vessel Ulaq fired two Cirit missile for the first time. On the other hand, according to Defence News, Baykar’s TB2 Armed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle hit the auxiliary ship with Mam-L.


Furthermore, according to unconfirmed information yet, the TCG Pinar 6 water carrier ship with pennant number Y 116, decommissioned in 2014, was hit. 

TB2 Hit Pınar 6 at Denizkurdu Drill

The Turkish Navy has attended the largest-ever naval exercise with 132 surface vessels, ten submarines, 43 winged aircraft, 28 helicopters and 14 drones. The exercise was most recently held May 25-June 6 in the Aegean and Mediterranean seas.

The article said, “The Navy’s TB2 Bayraktar drone hit a target at sea with the MAM-L guided munition for the first time, striking a decommissioned auxiliary ship floating at sea on the Distinguished Visitors Day.”