Turkey’s Baykar-produced Akinci combat drone has completed a test flight loaded with all nine weapon stations.
On Monday, the company shared a video of Akinci B in flight carrying three Teber-82s, one HGK-82, two MAM-Ls, a MAM-C and a MAM-T, weighing 1,230kg in total.
The unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV) can be fitted with domestically-developed ammunitions Teber-82 and mini-munition MAM-T, together with mini-munitions MAM-L and MAM-C on a multiple launcher station and the HGK-82 on the medium weapon station.
Akinci has test-fired Roketsan-produced Teber-82 guidance kit as well as MAM laser-guided system. MAM-C is the high explosive variant while MAM-L is the thermobaric one. The biggest of the weapons, MAM-T, is the long-range variant. The HGK-82 is a precision guidance kit developed by TÜBITAK SAGE.