The Tunisian Army Celebrated its 66th Anniversary with ANKA UAVs

   The Tunisian Army Celebrated its 66th Anniversary with ANKA UAVs
The Tunisian Army Celebrated its 66th Anniversary with ANKA UAVs

The Tunisian Defence Ministry and General Staff inaugurated an exhibition in the capital city Tunis, retracing the past and the evolution of the Tunisian to celebrate the 66th anniversary of the rebirth of the Tunisian army.


The modern Tunisian Army was formed in 1831 by Al-Husayn II ibn Mahmud under French governance (1881–1956). Following independence, on June 30, 1956, the Tunisian Army was officially founded as a combined-arms regiment.

   The Tunisian Army Celebrated its 66th Anniversary with ANKA UAVs   The Tunisian Army Celebrated its 66th Anniversary with ANKA UAVs


The exhibition consists of material from the Tunisian army in the past and today. It includes models or platforms and the material in use.

 

A video is also released to demonstrate the inventory. The video contains the Turkish Aerospace-made ANKA-S UAV. The footage marks the first photos of ANKA UAV in Tunisian inventory.