List of equipment of the Turkish Land Forces

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Modern equipment of the Turkish Land Forces.

Infantry weapons[edit]

Handguns[edit]

Model Caliber Origin Details
Sarsilmaz SAR 9 9×19mm Parabellum  Turkey New primary service pistol. 58k have been delivered. A total of 180k has been ordered. SAR 9, SAR 9C and SAR 9 Mete variants in use. Based on Heckler & Koch VP9. Replacing Yavuz 16.[1]
Canik TP9 New secondary service pistol. Based on Walther P99. Replacing Kılınç 2000.[2][3][4] 53.000 have been delivered. 100.000 ordered.[5][6] Mostly TP9 SF METE S variant.[7]
Beretta 92  Italy
 Turkey
Former primary service pistol. Turkish-made variants of the Beretta 92F and 92FS - Yavuz 16 by GİRSAN and MKEK.[8][9][10]
Kılınç 2000  Czech Republic
 Turkey
Former secondary service pistol. Kılınç 2000 is Turkish-made licensed variant of the CZ 75 by Sarsılmaz Arms.[10]
Glock  Turkey
 Austria
Glock 17 and 19 variants are used by commando brigades and Special Forces Command. The Glock 17 is standard issue with the Special Forces Command.[11]
Heckler & Koch USP .45 ACP  Germany Used by Special Forces Command.[12]
M1911  United States
 Turkey
Turkish made variant MC1911 by GİRSAN. Used by Special Forces Command.[12]
SIG Sauer P226 .40 S&W  Switzerland Both P226 and P229 are in use by Special Forces Command[13]

Shotguns[edit]

Model Caliber Origin Details
Sarsılmaz M212 12 gauge  Turkey Primary service shotgun. Based on Mossberg 500
Sarsılmaz M204 Secondary service shotgun. Based on Remington Model 870
MKA 1919 Used by Special Forces Command.[14]
Armsan ARMTAC A2/A3 Based on Benelli M4. In limited use.[15]
Armsan RS-S1 Used by Special Forces and Commandos[16]
Benelli M4  Italy In limited use by Special Forces Command.[15]

Submachine guns and personal defence weapons[edit]

Model Caliber Origin Details
MP5 9×19mm Parabellum  West Germany
 Turkey
Primary service submachine gun. MP5A2, MP5A3, MP5SD3 and MP5K variants are in use. Produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation.
SAR 109T  Turkey In active use by Turkish Armed Forces. Produced by Sarsılmaz.[17]
Uzi  Israel Used by Special Forces Command.
Brügger & Thomet APC  Switzerland In limited use[18]
HK MP7 HK 4.6×30mm  Germany A1 variant In limited use by Special Forces Command.[11]
P90 FN 5.7×28mm  Belgium Used by Special Forces Command.[19]

Assault, battle rifles and carbines[edit]

Model Caliber Origin Details
MPT 7.62×51mm NATO
5.56×45mm NATO
 Turkey MPT-76 is the new primary and MPT-55 is the new secondary service rifle, replacing the G3s and HK33s respectively. So far, 70k of them have been delivered.[20]
KCR 7.62×51mm NATO
5.56×45mm NATO
7.62×39mm
KCR-556, KCR-762 and KCR-762 variants are standard issue of Gendarmerie Special Operations.[21]
G3 7.62x51mm NATO  West Germany
 Turkey
Former primary service/battle rifle. G3A7 and G3A7A1 variants were widely in use. Produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation. Replaced by MPT-76. Still fielded by conscripts.[22]
SCAR  Belgium SCAR-H variant in use by Special Forces Command and Commando units.[23]
HK33E 5.56x45mm NATO  West Germany
 Turkey
Former secondary assault rifle. Produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation. Replaced by MPT-55. Still fielded by conscripts.[24]
HK416  Germany HK416A5 is standard issue with the Special Forces Command.
SAR 56  Turkey In limited use with Special Forces Command[25]
AUG  Austria AUG A2 variant in use by Special Forces Command.[26]
M4  United States
 Turkey
M4A1 is Used by Special Forces Command and Commando units. Produced under license by Sarsılmaz Arms.
TAR-21  Israel In use by Special Forces Command in VIP protection role.[27]
M16 5.56x45mm NATO  United States M16A3 and A4 variants in limited use with some Commando and Infantry units.
M1 Garand .30-06 Springfield  United States Used as ceremonial rifle. Received 312,430 M1 rifles from the U.S. government in 1953–1970[28]

Sniper, DMR and anti-materiel rifles[edit]

Model Caliber Origin Details
JNG-90 7.62×51mm NATO  Turkey Standard issue sniper rifle.
KNT-76 SASS Standard issue designated marksman rifle. Based on MPT.[29]
KNT-308 Limited usage.
MSG90  West Germany MSG90 variant in limited use.
SIG Sauer

SSG 3000

 Germany Used by Special Forces Command.
M110  United States Used by Special Forces Command.
SR-25 In limited use.[30]
M14 EBR In limited use.
SVD 7.62×54mmR  Russia Mostly captured from Kurdistan Workers' Party.
Orsis T5000m 7.62x54mm
.338 Lapua Magnum
[31]
KN-12 7.62x51mm NATO
8.59mm
 Turkey Multi-Calibre sniper rifle.[32]
KSR-338 .338 Lapua Magnum Anti-Personnel Sniper Rifle.[33]
Remington MSR  United States Used by Special Forces Command.
Arctic Warfare  United Kingdom AWM variant in use by Special Forces Command.
Cadex CDX-33  Canada
TRG  Finland TRG-42 variant in limited use.[34]
İstiklal 12.7×108mm  Azerbaijan Mubariz variant in use by Special Forces Command
Anti-materiel rifle[35]
KSR-50  Turkey Anti-Material Sniper Rifle.[33]
MAM-15 .50 BMG Anti-Material Sniper Rifle. On order.[36]
AX 50  United Kingdom
 Turkey
AX50 sniper rifle used by Special Forces Command. Produced under license by Kale Kalıp.[37][38]
M82  United States M82A1 variant in use by Special Forces Command.[39]
McMillan TAC-50 Limited usage by Special Forces CommandM[40]
Intervention .408 Chey Tac M-310 variant in use by Special Forces Command.

Machine guns[edit]

Model Caliber Origin Details
PMT-76 7.62x51mm NATO  Turkey MKEK-made Standard issue general-purpose machine gun.[41]
SAR 762 MT Sarsilmaz-made secondary standard issue general-purpose machine gun. The SAR 240 has a rate of fire of 1100rpm.[42][43][44]
MG 3  West Germany
 Turkey
Former standard issue light machine gun. Produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation. To be replaced by PMT-76 in the future.
FN MAG  Belgium MAG 60.20 variant in use.
M60  United States M60E3 variant in limited use.
PKM 7.62×54mmR  Soviet Union
 Bulgaria
 China
Bought from ex-East Germany stockpile after German reunification.[45] Some captured from Kurdistan Workers' Party. Also some Bulgarian ARSENAL JSCompany MG-1 & MG-1M's and Type 80s.[31][46]
Minimi 5.56×45mm NATO  Belgium Standard issue for the Special Forces Command.
M2 .50 BMG  United States
 Turkey
Standard issue HMG.
Used with M2HB ballistic shooting platform as well. An upgraded version by Canik M2 QCB is expected to replace American M2s. 750 delivered to TAF.[47][48]
KPV 14.5×114mm  Soviet Union Units captured from Kurdistan Workers' Party and People's Protection Units. Used in a fixed position firing platform of Nurol Tech named 'KPV 14.5'
M134 Minigun 7.62x51mm  United States Installed on CH-47 Chinook and UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters.[49]

Anti-armour weapons[edit]

Name Type Origin Details
Laser guided bombs and missiles
MAM Laser-guided bomb  Turkey MAM C, MAM L and MAM T are used by Uavs.[50]
Bozok Used by Uavs.[51]
METE Laser-guided mini missile Developed by Roketsan. Integrated on Aslan UGV.[52]
Anti-tank guided missile
OMTAS Imaging Infrared Seeker (IRR)  Turkey Standard issue mid-range anti-tank missile.[53]
UMTAS & L-UMTAS Imaging Infrared Seeker (IRR) or Laser guidance Standard issue long-range anti-tank missile.[53]
Cirit Laser-guided anti-armor missile  Turkey Standard issue air-to-ground guided missile with armour-piercing, incendiary and anti-personnel capabilities.

5000+ missiles.[54]

KARAOK[55] Lightweight Anti-tank missile Will be a new standard lightweight anti-tank missile. 330 on order.
FGM-148 Javelin Anti-tank guided missile  United States Undisclosed numbers in service.[56]
Eryx Wire-guided missile  France
 Turkey
600 launchers, 4000 missiles in service.[54] Produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation.
MILAN I/II Wire-guided missile 687+ launchers with 11250+ missiles. Produced by Roketsan.[54]
9M133 Kornet Laser-guided missile  Russia 80 launchers with 800 missiles.[54]
BGM-71 TOW I/II Anti-tank missile  United States 465+ launchers.[54]
AGM-114K Hellfire II Anti-tank/Anti-armor missile 216 missiles. Used by Cobra helicopters.[54]
Rocket-propelled grenade
HAR-66 Rocket-propelled grenade  Turkey Standard issue portable anti-tank weapon. 40,000+ units.Produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation. Turkish version of M72 LAW.
RPG-7  Soviet Union
 Turkey
Bought from ex-East Germany stockpile after German reunification.[45] 5,000+ units. Some captured from Kurdistan Workers' Party. Warheads ( Thermobaric, Incendiary, Smoke ) made locally by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation / MKEK[57]
PSRL-1  United States Bought from United States. AR style stock attached variants in limited use by commando units.[58]
Recoilless launcher
Carl Gustav Recoilless rifle  Sweden In limited use.

Grenade launchers[edit]

Model Origin Details
AK40-GL  Turkey In use with MPT-76 and MPT-55. Standalone version is also available.[59]
BA 40 40mm single ambidextrous loading grenade launcher. Produced by Ata Arms and delivered by the end of 2018 to the army.[60]
T-40  United States
 Turkey
Standard issue underbarrel grenade launcher. Licensed production of M203 grenade launcher by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation. Also some M320 GLM.
MGL  South Africa
 Turkey
Produced by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation.
AG36  Germany In use with HK416.[61]
AGS-17  East Germany
 Soviet Union
Mounted on Otokar Akrep & Engerek vehicles mostly used in Cyprus Turkish Peace Force Command.[62]
Mk 19  United States
 Turkey
Produced by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation.[63]
KALE KGL40  Turkey In limited use, mounted to KCR-556.[15]
HK79  West Germany Used on G3 and HK33. Gendarmerie General Command uses HK69 variant.[15]

Man-portable air-defense system (MANPADS)[edit]

Name Origin Details
Sungur  Turkey Has two PORSAV missile launcher pods.[64]
FIM-92A/C Stinger  United States
 Turkey
Standard issue man-portable air-defense system. FIM-92A - 150 launchers and 439 missiles. FIM-92C - 800+ launchers and 4800+ missiles.[54] Produced under license by ROKETSAN.
Modernized with Aselsan IFF Mode 5 Manpad Portable Interrogator[65]
Mode 5: military only; provides a cryptographically secured version of Mode S and Automatic Dependent Surveillance–Broadcast Global Positioning System position.[66]
9K34 Strela-3  Soviet Union Some Strela-3 man-portable air-defense system captured from Kurdistan Workers' Party during operation Operation Claw (2019–2020).[67]
9K38 Igla 40 SA-18 variant launchers bought for evaulation.

Grenades and mines[edit]

Name Origin Details
MKEK CS Tear  Turkey MKEK MOD 56 Riot
Control hand grenade[68]
MKEK OZOK Domestic production stun grenade[69]
EBK-M44 Trigger pouch[70]
Claymore  United States
 Turkey
M18 anti-personnel mine produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation.[71]
M14 Anti-personnel mine produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation.[72]
M15 Anti-tank mine produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation.[73]
M19 Anti-tank blast mine produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation.[45]
M21 Anti-tank blast mine produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation.[73]
AN/M14 Incendiary grenade produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation[71]
M18 Smoke grenade produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation[71]
M67 Hand grenade produced by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation[71]
M84 Stun grenade produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation.[71]
M69 Practice grenade produced under license by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation.[71]

Infantry mortars[edit]

(see below for Mortar carriers and Gun-mortars. These are infantry mortars in Turkish Land Forces command.)

Model Origin Caliber Variant Number Details
Aselsan Alkar  Turkey 120mm

81mm

Unknown ALKAR was developed locally and nationally by ASELSAN as a modern automatic mortar weapon system with 360-degree firing capability, which can be mounted on vehicles or used permanently at bases. ALKAR can operate in integration with the Fire Support Command and Control System ADOP-2000 of the Land Forces Command developed by ASELSAN.The barrel of ALKAR is automatically guided to the target with millimeter precision. Maximum Range:8000 m[74]
MKEK UT1  Turkey 81mm GAMP
HE
ILLUM
Merlin
Smoke
Strix
WP
325[75] Maximum Range:5900 m

Modernized by Aselsan.[76]

MKEK NT1  Turkey 81mm GAMP
HE
ILLUM
Merlin
Smoke
WP
325[75] Maximum Range:3800 m[77]
MKEK Commando  Turkey 60mm M49 A2 Commando mortar[78] designed by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation for Turkish Commando Brigades. Maximum Firing Range:1500 m[79] Modernized by Aselsan.[76]
HY-12  Turkey 120 mm

81mm

HY-12D
HY-12H
578[75] Manufactured by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation.[80] HY-12H Airborne gun version. Based on MO-120 RT[80]Modernized by Aselsan.[76]
Soltam M-65  Israel 120 mm K6 179
M19  United States
 Turkey
60 mm 3500[75] Manufactured by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation. Manufactured by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation and ammunitions are produced domestically.[75]
M29  United States 81mm M29-A1
M29-E1
3175[75] M29-A1 and M29-E1 variants in use.[75]
M30 107mm HE M329A1
HE M329A2
HE M34A1
WP M328A1
ILLUM M335A2
1265[75] 5 km to 7 km effective range.[81]

Protective gear[edit]

Model Origin Type Details
Aselsan ZAMBAK  Turkey Combat helmet Shock preventive headset mounted on composite ballistic helmet has the capability of communication via Aselsan IC-4620 and Aselsan 6680 Internal Communication Systems.[82] In use with vehicle crew.[83]
FAST  United States
 Turkey
Standard issue special forces helmet. Also in use with Commando units. Local production.[84]
MICH  United States
 Turkey
Standard issue helmet. Local production.[85]
M1  United States
 Turkey
Used as ceremonial helmet. Local production. Also some M1 Airborne variants in use.[86]
Type III and Type IIIA ballistic vests  Turkey Bulletproof vest Standard issue in combat zones and on duty personnel. With varying versions.[87]
Panoramic Gas Mask Gas mask Produced by MAKSAM.[88]
NEFES CBRN Gas Mask CBRN gas mask Produced by MAKSAM, used by CBRN Defense Battalion Command Konya.[88]
SR10 and SR10 ST Gas Masks Gas mask Produced by MAKSAM. ST version is with a D12 drinking tube attached variant.[88]
S6 NBC Respirator  United Kingdom SR6 and SR6M variants in use. Most of them were handed over to law enforcement units. Mostly left overs stored as reserve and some still in use by riot control units[89]

Vehicles and artillery[edit]

Tanks[edit]

Name Origin Variant Quantity Details
Main battle tanks
Altay  Turkey 2[90] Because of the delays in production, design underwent major changes and now is called New Altay . 2 prototypes were delivered in 2023 for testing in field conditions. Mass production expected in 2025.[91]
Leopard 2  West Germany A4T1
A4TR
Total
40
299
339[92]
Within scope of T1 modernization project 40 Leopard 2A4 T1 tanks were subjected to armour modernization which includes increase of ballistic protection levels . [93]

The rest will be named as Leopard 2 A4TM and will be modernized in scope of Tiyk Leo 2A4 project which includes integration of new modern systems. [94]

Leopard 1  West Germany 1T
A3T1
Total
171
184
355[92]
1T Volkan-M Fire control system modernization.[95] A3T1s have EMES-12A3 fire control system.[96]
M60 Sabra  United States
 Israel
 Turkey
M60T
M60T1
166[15] M60TM modernization includes modern weapon and systems integration with extra armor protection.[97] Within the scope of TİYK-M60T Project, M60T1s will be equipped with Volkan-M Fire Control System, Tank Command Control Combat Information System, Additional Armor Blocks and Crew Seats. 2 M60T tanks were upgraded to M60T1.[98]
M60 Patton  United States A3 TTS 619[99] Will be modernized under TİYK-M60A3 program with a new turret, better armour, autoloader, blowout panels,systems,RHA and etc. The MAT (Modular Armoured Turret) developed by ROKETSAN was integrated into the chassis of the M60A3 tank.[100]
M48 Patton  United States A5T2 750[92] M48A5T2: Turkish M48 variant upgraded along similar lines to the M60A3, with an M68 105 mm main gun, passive night vision, an AVDS-1790 diesel engine, M60A3 thermal imaging, M60A3 fire control system and a laser rangefinder. Used mainly for supporting ground forces.[101]

Armoured vehicles[edit]

Name Origin Type Variant Quantity Details
IFV/AFV/APC
FNSS ACV-15  Turkey Infantry fighting vehicle
Armoured personnel carrier
ACV-AIFV
ACV-AAPC
650[54]
1381[102]
Within the scope ACV-15 modernization program being equipped with new 25mm turret and new modern systems. 134 vehicles will be modernized.[103][104]

AAPC-T1 Modernization : 52 units of AAPC with 305hp power groups and those with amphibious capabilities in the inventory of the Land Forces Command will be equipped with modern subsystems.[105]

M113  United States Armoured personnel carrier M113A1/A2-T1/T2 2813[106] In use with some local variants, as well as the original US and German variants in storage.
FNSS PARS  Turkey Armoured personnel carrier KOMANDO
Command vehicle
Radar carrier
Scout
CBRN
It will be delivered 6x6 and 8x8 vehicles in 5 variants.[107]
FNSS PARS IV MRAP/APC Pars 6x6 MRAP 12[108] Used by Special Forces.[108]
Infantry mobility vehicles
BMC Kirpi  Turkey MRAP Kirpi
Kirpi SARP
Kirpi JMR[109]
Kirpi II[110]
Kirpi II MEV
Kirpi II PMKI
Total
1,000+
200
300
400+[54]
30
10[111]
2,000+[112]
In May 2021, 10 Explosive Detection and Destruction (PMKI) Kirpi II vehicles with Aselsan's ETI[113]

With CBRN capabilities.

BMC Vuran  Turkey MRAP Vuran 4X4 350[114] There is also BMC Vuran SUNGUR Low Altitude Air Defense System with two PORSAV (MANPAD) missile launcher pods. The Armored Vehicle Mounted Mini Satellite Antenna Communication System was integrated.[115] 512 planned.
Katmerciler Hızır  Turkey MRAP ATEŞ 57[116] Border reconnaissance vehicle.
Mounted with Aselsan ARSLAN Mobile Border Surveillance System[117]
Otokar Cobra  Turkey Tactical wheeled armoured vehicle Cobra
Cobra II
Total
1,300+[112]
400+[118]
1,700+
Variants such as forward observation vehicle, armoured ambulance, armoured command post, 20 mm autocannon and ground surveillance radar vehicle are in use. With CBRN capabilities.
Tank destroyers
FNSS PARS  Turkey Tank destroyer Pars 4x4 100[119] Vehicles are equipped with Kornet-E and OMTAS ATGM.[120] 44 on order.[121]

Yalman turret is also integrated on Kaplan 10 vehicles which can use UMTAS and Cirit missiles.[122]

FNSS Kaplan STA  Turkey Kaplan 10 200[123]
FNSS-ACV-15  Turkey ACV-ATV 48[124]
M113  United States M113-TOW 156[102]
Mortar carriers
FNSS ACV-15  Turkey Mortar carrier ACV-AMV 170[102]
BMC Vuran Vuran Alkar N/A [125]
M125  United States M125 A1 10[102]
M106 M106 A1 179[102]


Ballistic missiles[edit]

Name Origin Type Max.Range Quantity Details
J-600T Yıldırım  Turkey Tactical ballistic missile 150+ km 100+ Similar to the Chinese B-611. 100 missiles in stock. They are launched from the German MAN 26.372 trucks. 36 launchers.[102]
Bora(KHAN) 280+ km N/A First used in 2019 intervention to Syria.[126]
MGM-140 ATACMS  United States 300 km 72[54] With 120 missiles in stock.[127][128]

Multiple rocket launchers[edit]

Name Origin Type Variants/Missiles Max.Firing Range Launchers Details
TR-107  Turkey 107 mm Multiple rocket launcher Standalone

BMC Vuran MLRS[129]

40 km 100+[102] Produced by Aselsan.
T-122 Sakarya  Turkey 122 mm Multiple rocket launcher TR-122,TRB-122,TRG-122,TRLG-122[130] 40 km 120+[102] [131] installed on MAN 26.372 truck
TRG-300 Kasırga  Turkey 300 mm Multiple rocket launcher TR300S,E & K+ 120 km 54+[102] Installed on the German MAN 26.372 trucks. TR300S is unguided with 36–65 km, E is unguided with 65–100 km and K is guided with 30–120 km.[132] 1500+ missiles.[102]
M270  United States 277 mm Multiple rocket launcher M270A1 45 km 12[102] In 1992 Turkey purchased 12 units from the United States.[133]

Self-propelled artillery[edit]

Name Origin Type Variants Max.Range Quantity Detail
T-155 Fırtına  Turkey 155mm self-propelled howitzer Fırtına I
Fırtına II
40 km 280+[134]
13
127 Fırtına(Storm) 2 on order.[135] 3+6+4 Fırtına II were delivered.[136][137][138][139]
M52  United States M52T 30 km 362[140] Mostly in reserve.[141]
M44  United States M44T 25km 164[142] [143]Most of them are in reserve while some being still used.
M110  United States 203mm self-propelled howitzer M110A2 30 km 219[144] Currently being phased out in favor of T-155 Fırtına.

Towed artillery[edit]

Name Origin Type Variants Max.Range Quantity Detail
MKEK Boran  Turkey 105mm field gun 17 km 7 The howitzer weights around 1800 kg and can be airlifted with a medium-lift utility helicopter.[145]
Panter 155mm howitzer 40 km 40[146] Getting modernization and integrated to a truck.[147]
M101  United States 105mm field gun M101A1 11 km 830[140]
M114  United States 155mm howitzer M114A2 15 km 535[140]
M115  United States 203mm howitzer 23 km 155[140]
M116  United States 75mm field gun 9 km 180[140]

Anti-aircraft and anti-drone systems[edit]

Some of the anti-aircraft equipment is in the inventory of Turkish Air Force.

Anti-aircraft systems[edit]

Name Origin Type Max.Range Quantity Details
Surface-to-air missile systems
HISAR O+  Turkey Medium-range surface-to-air missiles IIR-25+km

RF-35+km

4 batteries[148] The HİSAR-O+ system has 18 (3 shooter vehicles) interceptor missiles at the battery level and 54 (9 shooter vehicles) interceptor missiles at the battalion level as standard.[149]

Additional deliveries are planned between 2025-2028.[150]

HISAR A+  Turkey Short-range surface-to-air missiles 15+ km N/A The Autonomous Low Altitude Air Defence Missile System (Autonomous HİSAR A+) with the Self-Propelled Motor.[149] Additional deliveries are planned between 2025-2028.[150]
ATILGAN PMSS  Turkey 8 km 70[54] Stinger launch platform. Mounted on M113, ACV-15 and ACV-30.
Zıpkın PMADS  Turkey 8 km 35[151] Stinger launch platform. Mounted mostly on Range Rover Defenders and also on other wheeled utility vehicles.
Anti-Aircraft Guns
ACV-30 Korkut  Turkey Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun 4-10 km 42[152] Each Korkut system compromises of 1 command and control vehicle and 3 weapons platforms.[153]
L/60 and L/70 Bofors  Sweden
 Turkey
Anti-aircraft autocannon 7+ km 803[152] Locally produced. L/60 and L/70
L/60 and L/70 variants modernised with Aselsan radar capabilities.[154]
Oerlikon GDF  Switzerland
 Turkey
4+ km 120[152] Locally produced version of Oerlikon 35 mm twin gun known as MKEK GDF-003B. GDF-003B's were upgraded to GDF-003B Modernized with Aselsan made Fire and Command Control System.[154]
Oerlikon 20mm  Switzerland
 Turkey
4+ km 439[152] Locally produced. FFS variant modernised with Aselsan radar capabilities.[154]
Rheinmetall 20 mm  West Germany
 Turkey
4 km 300[54] Locally produced. Zwillingsflak variant modernised with Aselsan radar capabilities.[154]
M45 Quadmount  United States Anti-aircraft gun 2,5 km 160 All 160 M45's modernized with new powerful generator and usually mounted on the top of M113T1-2[155] vehicles. The rest outsite 160 units are used for ground support in bases with M55[156]

Anti-drone systems[edit]

Name Type Details
İHASAVARTM Anti-Drone RF Jamming / Blurring System İHASAVARTM Anti-Drone RF Jamming and Blinding System provides protection by preventing drone/mini-UAV flying with active jamming application near military facilities/bases, government institution buildings, senior authorized residences, ceremonial areas, security and control points.[157]
Kapan Anti-Drone System Developed by METEKSAN Defense,  KAPAN Anti-Drone System offers superior drone detection and tracking performance with its radar system and thermal/daytime cameras, while also enabling the destruction of drones with its RF jammer and optional laser system.[158]
Şahin 40mm Physical Destruction System Developed by ASELSAN, the ŞAHİN 40mm Physical Destruction System was developed for the Turkish Armed Forces in order to defend critical facilities against rotary and fixed-wing Mini/Micro UAVs and to ensure border security.[159]
Aselsan IHTAR Anti-Drone Interception System IHTAR allows public areas and commercial zones to be protected against illegal activities of micro- and mini-sized UAVs.

IHTAR Mini/Micro UAV Interception System, which was designed to perform its activities reliably under difficult working conditions, was put into service of the security forces, public and commercial areas.[160]

İLTER Drone Detection and Neutralization system İLTER Drone/UAV Detection and Neutralization System 90.45% domestic production of Boğaziçi Defence Technologies consist of RF and radar based drone detection and suppression system with a full automatic detecting, jamming and spoofing capability against drones/UAV's operating autonomously without any transmission and using ISM bands to communicate with their remote controllers.[161]

Miscellaneous vehicles[edit]

Engineering vehicles and equipment[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Details
FNSS Kunduz  Turkey Armored bulldozer 12[162] A Turkish license built variant of the American M9 ACE.
TOSUN 100+[163] Built to withstand against IED and other threats of high level terror zones at Turkish Border.[163] most of vehicles equipped with KORALP RCWS (Remote Controlled Weapon Station).
MEMATT Demining vehicle N/A Unmanned demining vehicle[164]
Božena 5  Slovakia N/A[165] Unmanned[166]
Husky VMMD  South Africa 4[54]
MPG M4K  Turkey Mine-resistant armoured recovery vehicle 62[167][168] [169]
FNSS Samur Armoured vehicle-launched bridge 52[170] The equipment was developed and produced for the Turkish Armed Forces by the Turkish company FNSS Defence Systems. After six years of development work, four units were delivered on 14 September 2011 in Ankara. With 50 more on order.[171][172][173]
Leguan  West Germany 36[144] Bought from the German Bundeswehr in 2008.[174]
M48 AVLB  United States
 West Germany
70[54] On M48 Patton chassis.
Bergepanzer 2  Germany Armoured recovery vehicle 16[54] On Leopard 1 chassis.
M48A5T5 Tamay  United States
 Turkey
105[144] On M48 Patton chassis.
M88A1  United States 33[144] On M60 Patton chassis.
POYRAZ  Turkey Ammunition resupply vehicle 71 POYRAZ Ammunition Resupply Vehicle is capable of loading ammunition in supply area and transferring ammunition to the T-155 Fırtına self-propelled artillery within the required time and location in all kind of terrain and battlefield.[175]
YENER  Turkey Mine/EOD detection vehicle 1[176] Based on Otokar Arma.[177]
MKEK TAMKAR  Turkey Mine-clearing line charge N/A MKEK TAMKAR is carried on a trailer. It can clear 100 m long and 10 m wide areas with a depth of up to 1 metres. The system can be installed on armoured vehicles with small modifications. Tamkar is tracked with FNSS ACV-15 mounted on trailer.
MKE TAMGEÇ  Turkey N/A MKE TAMGEÇ was developed for infantry troops. It was designed to be transported by troops.[178]
BMC METI  Turkey Mine and Handmade Explosive Detection Vehicle N/A KİRPİ II METİ, the configuration of the BMC  KİRPİ II vehicle specially developed for Explosive Reconnaissance and Disposal teams.[179]
SECANT  Turkey Mine Rescue Vehicle N/A The ballistic and mine-protected cabin design of these vehicles, whose deliveries were completed successfully, and the integration of mission equipment were carried out by SECANT.[180]
ETMTS-2  Turkey Hand-held mine detection system N/A Sensors;
  • EMI (Electromagnetic Induction) Sensor
  • GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) Sensor

Used by Land Forces Meti explosive ordnance disposal teams[181]

ETMTS-3 (ALPER)  Turkey N/A Warning signals:
  • Audio (with headset or internal speaker)
  • Visual (LCD screen)
  • Vibration[182]
OZAN  Turkey Foldable metal mine detector N/A [183]
IND MTC 60  Turkey Mobile crane 8 Developed by İndeks.60 ton mobile cranes.[184][185]
IND MC 60 N/A

Utility vehicles[edit]

Name Type Origin Quantity Details
Engerek Ranger special operations vehicle  Turkey 2,550 Based on Land Rover Defender 110, modified by Otokar for Turkish Land Forces Command in 1997 as Ranger Special Operations Vehicle (RSOV). In service with different variants such as Engerek anti-tank, grenade launcher, mortar carrier & heavy MG. Each vehicle has MG MAG ( FN MAG 58) in the front seat.[186]
Land Rover Defender Off-road SUV vehicle  United Kingdom
 Turkey
9,800 Produced under license by Otokar. Used by all armed forces branches.
Jeep Wrangler Off-road SUV vehicle  United States
 Turkey
5,700 Produced under license by Otokar. Used by all armed forces branches.
HMMWV Light utility vehicle  United States N/A AN/TPQ-36 Firefinder radar carrier model in use.[187]
Best Grup Armored Ambulance Armoured medical vehicle  Turkey Seen in military convoy to supply military equipment to Kosovo.[188]
İndeks IND KM 800 Snowmobile  Turkey 79 [189]
İndeks UTV KM 800 UTV  Turkey 36

Cargo vehicles[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Details
Anadolu ISUZU Seyit  Turkey Very heavy truck
(19,000 kg)
N/A Armored truck configured mainly for vehicle recovery. Deliveries starting in 2020[190]Also some Aselsan EIRS radar integrated variant entered the inventory in 2021.[191]
Derman  Turkey Armored military logistic support vehicle 70 Developed by Koluman Otomotiv.

To be supplied within the scope of the project : Deliveries of 70 Vehicles, 70 Container Transport Platforms, 195 1CC 20 Feet Containers and 40 ACV/APC Transport Platforms are targeted.[192]

DROPS  Turkey Vehicle with Hook Lift mechanism Pallet Loading System 13+[193] Developed by Koluman Otomotiv.[194]
Palletized Load System  United States Very heavy truck
(16,500 kg)
N/A[195]
HEMTT  United States Very heavy truck
(12,000 kg)
80[196]
MAN LX and FX  Germany
 Turkey
Heavy truck
(5-10,000 kg)
N/A[197] Vehicles produced in Turkey were manufactured by MAN Türkiye A.S.[198]
BMC TUĞRA  Turkey Very heavy tank transporter truck

(70,000 kg)[199]

72[200] The delivery of 72 pieces was made at the end of 2019. BMC TUĞRA with its 8×8 tractor and lowbed delivered to the Land forces.[200]
MZKT VOLAT-74295  Belarus
 Russia
Very heavy tank transporter truck (50,000 kg) 130[201] Turkish Army ordered a total of 130 MZKT VOLAT-74295 between 1998 and 2000 In addition to the trade agreement with Russia. All modernized with Mercedes-Benz Turkey diesel engines, developing to 500 hp.
BMC 380-26 Z  Turkey Tactical wheeled heavy truck
(10,000 kg)
403 Mine resistant armored truck. 26-ton class 6x6 truck designed to transport cargo and personnel of up to 10-ton payloads in NATO standards.[202]
BMC 235-16 P  Turkey Tactical wheeled heavy truck
(5,000 kg)
282 16-ton class 4x4 (or 4x2)[203]
BMC 185-09 B  Turkey Tactical wheeled medium truck
(2,500 kg)
706 Also known as BMC EFE[204] mine resistant armored truck. 10-ton class 4x4 (or 4x2) with additional front pull rope.[205]
BMC Fatih 280  Turkey Tactical wheeled heavy truck

(8,000 kg)

575[206]
Scania HEMA R420  Turkey
 Sweden
Tank Transporter 45[54]
Mercedes Unimog  West Germany
 Turkey
Tactical wheeled medium truck
(2,500 kg)
5,500 Produced by Mercedes-Benz Türk.
Mercedes-Benz Actros  Germany
 Turkey
Heavy utility truck 380 Produced by Mercedes-Benz Türk. MP1, MP2, Water Tanker and NG tank transporters variants in use.[207]
Mercedes-Benz Axor  Germany
 Turkey
Heavy utility truck 140 Produced by Mercedes-Benz Türk.
BMC AKTAN  Turkey Fuel tanker truck N/A[208] AKTAN can carry 12,000 litres of fuel. The vehicle can both pump the fuel in its tank into the recipient air platform, and can also pump fuel out of a tank on another vehicle and pump it to a different point. The vehicle is capable of refuelling up to four aircraft, either simultaneously or separately.[209]
BMC Water Tanker Water tanker truck N/A The BMC Water Tanker has a tanker with a capacity of 20,000 lt and a maximum loaded weight of 32,000 kg. The BMC Water Tanker (8x2), can a speed of 114 km per hour.[210]
Mercedes-Benz NG  West Germany
 Turkey
Tank transporter truck N/A Produced by Mercedes-Benz Türk.
Pi Makina Pikam5  Turkey Light truck N/A [211]

Unmanned ground vehicles[edit]

Name Type Details
KAPLAN Light-class Unmanned ground vehicle KAPLAN unmanned ground vehicle family is the new generation multi-purpose product family based on a rugged high-mobility vehicle platform and a modular operator control unit. The KAPLAN unmanned ground vehicle family can be equipped with various mission specific payload kits and a unique structure providing seamless interoperability.[212]
Elektroland TMR-I & II Elektroland TMR is an EOD crawler UGV used by EOD units of Turkish Land Forces. Various variants in use.[213]
Elektroland Minirov Elektroland Minirov is an EOD wheeled UGV used by EOD units of Turkish Land Forces. It has 6 wheels and a load carrying capacity of 15 kg.[214]
ERTUĞRUL Developed by Aselsan ERTUĞRUL is bomb disposal robot.[52]
ACROB ACROB light class unmanned ground vehicles developed with domestic facilities are on duty as little assistants of security forces in reconnaissance/surveillance with 3 cameras, speed and agility in all weather and terrain conditions, in different visibility conditions.[215]
KOMODO KOMODO it is an Unmanned Ground Vehicle used day and night for the purpose of reconnaissance, surveillance and intervention in multi-storey building, wide field operations.[216]
UKAP Medium-class Unmanned ground vehicle Weapon Platform (UKAP), developed by defense contractors Katmerciler and Aselsan.[217]
BARKAN I/II It is equipped with a Remote Controlled Weapon System, electro-optical sensors and many link systems. In addition, BARKAN UGV will operate jointly with the unmanned aerial vehicle.[218]
ASLAN ASLAN UGV performs autonomous missions with the ASELSAN SERÇE UAV system.[219]As a weapon system in the delivered Aslan SRV systems, there is the SARP-L RCWS developed by ASELSAN.[220] Integrated METE Laser guided mini missile system.[52]

Directed-energy weapons[edit]

Name Origin Type Details
ALKA DEWS  Turkey Directed-energy weapon/Counter unmanned air system ALKA directed energy weapon system neutralizes or totally destructs targets such as Improvised Explosive Devices (IED), mini/micro unmanned aerial vehicles, drones, mini/micro unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) carrying a variety of payloads (camera, explosives, etc.) as well as swarm attacks.[221]
ARMOL ARMOL, which was developed as a sub-work package of the IŞIN Project, was integrated into Otokar's Cobra-1 vehicle.[222]

Radar systems[edit]

These are radars in Turkish Land Forces command. For other radars see List of active weapons of the Turkish Air Force.

Name Type Details
Aselsan EIRS S-band AESA radar Produced by Aselsan EIRS, a new generation S-Band radar developed for long-range early warning purposes and with antenna architecture in AESA and digital beamforming infrastructure with target detection range of 470+ km and to be used in various situations up to 600+ km distance.[223]
ACAR Ground surveillance radar [224]
Air Defense Fire Control System Air Defence and Fire Control radar Produced by Aselsan[225]
Aselsan MAR Mobile search radar Used by Hisar A+ air defence system and Korkut anti-aircraft gun.[226]
KALKAN Air defence radar [227]
KALKAN-II Can detect air targets in the most accurate and fast way in order to protect critical military and civilian facilities.[228]
Aselsan SURALP Weapon detection radar ASELSAN Weapon Detection Radar is a high-tech radar system that detects mortar, artillery and rocket fires by enemy elements and precisely calculates the drop and drop location.[229]
SERHAT Counter-mortar/UAV radar Mounted on Cobra
SERHAT II Mounted on Cobra II.[230]
SERHAT-DUAL New variant of the SERHAT radar which is effective against mortars, artillery, rockets and mini-micro UAVs.[231]
Meteksan Mildar Fire control radar Developed by Meteksan Defense, MİLDAR is capable of automatic scanning, detection and classification for multiple ground and air targets in all weather conditions.[232]
Meteksan Retinar FAR-AD Drone detection radar Retinar FAR-AD Drone Detection Radar developed by Meteksan Defense ; It is a completely domestically and nationally developed radar system against mini/micro unmanned aerial vehicles and threats from land[233]
HERIKKS Air Defense Early Warning and Command Control System Developed by ASELSAN, HERIKKS creates a real-time aerial picture by combining the information received from air defense radars and ensures the most appropriate target-weapon allocations with the Threat Assessment and Weapon Allocation algorithm. [234]
AN/TPQ-36 Firefinder weapon locating radar Produced under license by Aselsan[235]
AN/TPQ-37 Produced under license by Aselsan[227]
Beagle Portable Ground Surveillance radar
COBRA Counter-battery radar
EL/M-2226 Over-the-horizon radar [236]

Electronic warfare systems[edit]

Name Description
MILKAR 3A3(ILGAR) MİLKAR-3A3 Mobile V/UHF Electronic Attack System, developed by ASELSAN, has been developed for the purpose of applying Electronic Attack (ET) to target communication systems communicating in V/UHF frequency band on different platforms. .[237]
MILKAR 4A2(SANCAK) The New Generation Combat Electronic Attack System named SANCAK is thought to be the new name of the MİLKAR-4A2 High Frequency (HF) Jamming System developed by ASELSAN.[238]
MILKAR 5A5 Backpack Type RF Blurring / Mixing Systems and Vehicle Type Active and Reactive RF Blanking / Mixing Systems.

Variants : 5A,5A2,5A3,5A4,5A5.[239]

REDET II(VURAL) Mobile radar electronic support/Electronic attack system[240]
KORAL Electronic Warfare System Electronic support systems and one electronic attack system, 200 km range[241]
Aselsan Compact Mobile ESM/ELINT System Electronic signals intelligence system.[242]
Aselsan Man-Pack ESM/ELINT System ARES-2LC/T Manpack electronic signals intelligence system.[243]
Aselsan PUHU The PUHU Manpack Direction Finding (DF) System has been developed by Aselsan to support tactical combat units in operational areas.[244]
Aselsan SAPAN Programmable Reactive RCIED Jammer System[245]
Aselsan EJDERHA (HPEM) Anti-IED solution HPEM stands for High Power Electromagnetics System
Aselsan Gergedan Portable RCIED Jammer System (Mobile)[246]
Aselsan Kangal Jammer System
Aselsan Kirpi Manpack RCIED Jammer System. HB and LB variants.[247]
Aselsan Rakas and Mukas Communication electronic warfare training system. Radar Jamming and Deception Simulator (RAKAS) and Communication Jamming and Deception Simulator (MUKAS).[248]
Aselsan Opkar OPKAR are portable systems designed to confuse or weaken threat communication elements and can be used in operations by creating a mesh network structure.[248]
HAVELSAN Technology Radar (HTR) Erisis Early Warning System.
TASMUS Aselsan Tactical Area Communications System[249]
Meteksan Mert and Merter Portable Electronic Attack System is an Electronic Warfare (EW) system used in V/UHF frequency bands to prevent long-distance communication of target elements.[250]

Aircraft[edit]

Unmanned aerial vehicles[edit]

Name Origin Type Details
Unmanned combat aerial vehicles
Bayraktar TB2  Turkey UCAV Standard armed unmanned aerial vehicle. Quantity is estimated only for tb2s used by land forces excluding inventory of other forces.

200+ are in service in the inventory of Land Forces.[251] 10 more used by Navy and 18 more by Gendarmerie. And some used by MIT and Police.

Bayraktar Akıncı  Turkey UCAV 8 AKINCI-A in service in the inventory of Land Forces Command.[252][253]6 more used by Air Force and 1 by MIT.
Asisguard Songar  Turkey Miniature UCAV Songar is a Rotary Wing Unmanned combat aerial vehicle system. It is armed with a machine gun, TUBITAK-SAGE TOGAN[254] Air-to-surface launched 81 mm mortar munition, AK40-GL and MKEK T-40 grenade launchers.[255][256]

Variants;

  • Songar MG[257]
  • Songar MG GL ( T-40 integrated variant )[258]
  • Songar AK40-GL : Has 4 grenade launchers jointly developed with Akdaş.[259]
  • Songar Togan : Air-to-surface launched 81 mm mortar munition integrated variant jointly developed with TUBITAK-SAGE.[260]
  • Songar APC : Mounted on BMC Amazon vehicle.[261]
STM Boyga  Turkey Miniature combat uav BOYGA, the latest member of STM's tactical mini UAV product family, drops the customized, 81 mm mortar ammunition produced by MKE on the target with a precise hit thanks to its improved ballistic estimation algorithm.[262]
Reconnaissance/Surveillance/Transport
BAHA  Turkey VTOL Unmanned aerial vehicle Developed by Havelsan.[263]
ALPİN  Turkey Unmanned helicopter Developed by Titra Technology. It can carry 200kg payload.[264][265]
Bayraktar Gözcü (Spotter)  Turkey Miniature UAV 20 units of the unmanned aerial vehicle "Gözcü", produced by the Kale-Baykar partnership, were delivered to the Turkish Armed Forces. The difference from Bayraktar Mini is that the tail part is in a triangle form and has 2 propellers.[266]
Bayraktar Mini  Turkey Miniature UAV Standard recon unmanned aerial vehicle. Block A and Block B variants in use.
AeroVironment RQ-20 Puma  United States Turkey Miniature UAV Puma 3 AE variant in use.[267] Produced under license by ALTOY. In use by Special Forces Command.[268][269][270]
STM Togan  Turkey Miniature Observer UAV Designed to be used in tactical level reconnaissance, surveillance and intelligence missions, TOGAN has a unique flight control system and mission planning software.[271]
OTONOM TETRON  Turkey Wired drone Uninterrupted flight, secure communication, wired drone systems capable of performing tasks without GPS signals entered the inventory of security forces.[272]
Serçe 1-3  Turkey Miniature UAV Multi-rotor unmanned flying system. Serçe 1 and 3 variants in use.[273]
Aselsan ARI 1-T  Turkey Rotary Wing Miniature UAV Used by artillery units, base areas and outpost defenses.[274]
Aselsan Karagöz  Turkey Airborne ground surveillance zeppelin The Karagöz System, one of Aselsan's Balloon Surveillance System Product Family its used for border security purposes.[275]
Black Hornet Nano  Norway Micro unmanned aerial vehicle PD-100 Black Hornet variant in use by Special Forces Command and explosive ordnance disposal units.[276][277][278]
Loitering munitions
STM Kargu  Turkey Loitering munition Also can be used as miniature UAV[279][280] It is stated that close to 3000 units are produced for Turkish Security Forces, Friend and Allied countries.[281]
STM Alpagu  Turkey Striker UAV ALPAGU; It has a range of <10 kilometers, a cruising speed of 50 knots, a flight time of <15 minutes, a 300 gram warhead and an electric propulsion system.[282]
TAI ŞİMŞEK  Turkey ŞİMŞEK (Thunder) originally intended as High Speed Target Drone System but now also configured as a Kamikaze drone, it was initiated in 2009.[283][284] There is also smaller versions of TAI ŞİMŞEK.[285]
Target drones
TAI TURNA  Turkey Target drone TURNA (Crane) Target Drone Systems program was initiated in 1995.[284]
Designed and produced TURNAs, which entered the inventory of TAF in 2001, are being actively used in training of air defense units' trainings.[283]
Meggitt Banshee  United Kingdom The Meggitt BTT-3 Banshee, formerly introduced as Target Technology Banshee, was developed for test activities of air defense systems. With Banshee, the possibilities / capabilities of air-to-air missiles, surface-to-air missile systems, shoulder-launched missiles (MANPADS) and air defense cannon systems are measured.[286]

Helicopters[edit]

Name Origin Type Variant Quantity Details
Attack
TAI/Agusta Westland T129 ATAK  Turkey
 Italy
Armed reconnaissance T-129A
T-129B
58[287] Produced by Turkish Aerospace Industries.[288]
Bell AH-1 Cobra  United States AH-1S 12[289] 10 AH-1W variants were transferred to the Navy. All modernized. Most of them were retired.[290]
Utility/Transport
TAI T625 Gökbey  Turkey Utility 7 on order.[291]
Eurocopter AS532 Cougar  France CSAR/SAR UL 26[292][293] MkII variant in use. All modernized.
Sikorsky S-70 Black Hawk  United States Utility/CSAR S-70A
S-70D
T-70
50[294][295] 43 T-70 on order.

Produced under license by TAI.[295] Used by Land Forces and Special Forces Command.

Boeing CH-47 Chinook  United States Heavy-lift/transport CH-47F 11[296] Used by Land Forces and Special Forces.
Bell UH1 Iroquois  United States Utility Bell 205 43[297] All will be retired until 2032.Used for training, VIP etc.[298][299]
Bell 205 Bell 205A 64[300]
Training
Bell 206 JetRanger  United States Trainer helicopter AB-206 20[301]
AgustaWestland AW119 Kola  Italy AW119T 4[302] 11 on order[303]

Fixed-wing aircraft[edit]

Name Origin Type Variant Quantity Details
Reconnaissance
Beechcraft Super King Air  United States ISTAR 350/200 8[304]
Transport
Beechcraft Super King Air  United States transport/utility 200 4[296] Two of them underwent avionics modernization.[305]
Cessna 421 Golden Eagle  United States 421B 3[296]
Beechcraft Baron  United States T-42A 5[296]
Training
Cessna T182 Skylane  United States Trainer Aircraft 45[152]

Future procurement[edit]

Projects :

  • Missiles
  1. UMTAS/LUMTAS-GM(Long-range Anti-tank guided missile): In the first configuration, UMTAS/LUMTAS-GM Block-1, there are two different seeker head options. The system, which can be used with an Infrared Imager Seeker (IIR) or Semi-Active Laser Seeker integrated, will be able to reach a range of 1 to 16 kilometers when launched from land vehicles and 1 to 20+ kilometers when launched from helicopters. Expected to enter in the inventory 2024. UMTAS/LUMTAS-GM-Blok-2, which has the ability to be fired day / night, according to the type of warhead it has; It can be used against main battle tanks, armoured personnel carriers, trucks, all-terrain vehicles, light pillboxes, trenches, buildings, helicopters flying at low altitude. It will be able to reach a range of 1 to 32+ kilometers when launched from land vehicles, and 1 to 50+ kilometers when launched from helicopters. Expected to enter in inventory 2025 onwards.[306]
  2. LOMTAS(Medium-range Anti-tank guided missile): ROKETSAN has started to develop the LOMTAS Anti-Tank Missile over the OMTAS Missile with imager infrared seeker (IIR) head. Unlike OMTAS, the LOMTAS Anti-Tank Missile will have a semi-active laser seeker ,and will be produced at an extremely low cost compared to OMTAS. The developed missile will be effective up to a range of 4+ kilometers.[307]
  3. Tayfun(Short-range ballistic missile): Expected to enter in inventory. In mass production.[308]
  4. Cenk(Medium-range ballistic missile): CENK, which will be Turkey's first Medium Range Ballistic Missile (MRBM), is expected to have a range of 1000+ kilometers.[309]
  5. Gürz(Surface-to-air-missile): Developed by Aselsan Gürz is hybrid short-to-medium range air defence system. The design based on the ANADOLU ISUZU Seyit 8×8 vehicle includes the following systems : 35 mm cannon capable of using particulate ammunition , 4 BOZDOĞAN or GÖKDOĞAN derivative low-altitude air defence missiles , Very low-altitude defence missile , Fire Control Radar , AESA Search Radar with 4 indexes.[310]
  • Vehicles
  1. New Generation Armoured Combat Vehicles : With the NEW-AFV Project, a large number of armored combat vehicles, both tactical wheeled (6×6 and 8×8) and tracked types, will be procured. At the first stage, the procurement of tactical wheeled type vehicles will be carried out. In accordance with the principle of 'prototypes will compete', which was previously announced by the Ministry of Defence, the NEW AFV Project is carried out in a two-stage tender process. In the first stage, the vehicles in the tender will go through a three-step competition process under the coordination of the independent test institution TRTEST. These steps are; ballistic tests, mine and improvised explosive tests and mobility tests in the second stage, the results of the competition and price offers will be evaluated. It is estimated that the results of the tests carried out within the scope of the NEW-AFV tender will be finalized in the first quarter of next year. Within the scope of the New Generation Armored Combat Vehicles Project, BMC, FNSS and Otokar companies compete on the basis of tactical wheeled vehicles.[311]
  2. Tunga(Medium class unmanned ground vehicle) :Developed by Katmerciler hybrid driven UGV.[312]
  3. ARPAN-155(155 mm Truck mounted self-propelled howitzer) : Developed by BMC and ASFAT ARPAN-155 is Panter towed howitzer which is modernized and mounted on 8x8 wheeled truck.[313]
  • Aircraft
  1. New liaison and utility aircraft project.[314]
  2. Hürkuş-C light attack aircraft.[315]
  • Helicopter
  1. TAI T929 ATAK 2(Attack helicopter) : Developed by Turkish Aerospace industries, Atak 2 will be better than the Atak T129 in terms of payload, overall performance, speed, range and avionics.[316]

Retired or reserve equipment kept in storage[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Details
Personal equipment
Browning- Hi Power  United States
 Belgium
9x19mm Parabellum N/A Formerly used by Land Forces Command.[10]
MK2-3[317]  United States
 Turkey
hand grenade MKEK-made. Variants;
  • MK2 MKE MOD 44
  • MK2 MKE MOD 46
  • MKE MOD 48
  • MK3 A2
FN FAL[15]  Belgium
 West Germany
7.62x51mm NATO It was bought form German surplus 1960s as 'G1'. In storage.
Personnel Armor System for Ground Troops[318][319]  United States
 Turkey
Personnel armor Used by reserves. Savar SVRH01 and SVRH02 variants.[320]
Kalashnikov rifle[321]  Soviet Union 7.62x39mm M43 Various versions are kept in storage. MPi-KM variant was mostly bought from ex-East Germany stockpile after German reunification. Sa vz. 58 variant was captured in Cyprus War.[45] Others such as AK-47 and Type 56 were captured from Kurdistan Workers' Party.
M79[321]  United States 40x46mm grenade In limited use.
BK-3 Helmet[322][323]  Croatia Combat helmet Used by reserves.
Tank
M48 Patton  United States Main battle tank 400[92] M48A5T1: Turkish M48 variant upgraded along similar lines to the M60A1, with an M68 105 mm main gun, passive night vision, M60A1 fire control system and an AVDS-1790 diesel engine. All in storage.[101]
Artillery
M107  United States 175mm self-propelled artillery 36[140] In storage.
M108 155mm self-propelled artillery 25[140] In storage.
Ani-aircraft
M51 towed AA gun 75 mm  United States Anti-aircraft gun N/A In storage.
M42A1 Duster Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon 110[54] In storage. Replaced by a new ASELSAN 35mm Self Propelled Air Defense Gun (Korkut)
Vehicle
M151  United States Military Jeep N/A Bought from the United States surplus. Also some M825 M40 carriers.
CJ3B Produced under license in Tuzla Military Factory as Tuzla 1013. Only used in ceremonies and parades. Out of service.[324]
M939 Military truck Bought from the United States surplus.
Otokar Akrep  Turkey Armoured reconnaissance vehicle 260+[54] Replaced by Otokar Cobra I and Cobra II.[325]
Anti-tank
M40  United States Recoilless rifle 2137 M40A1. In reserve[54]
9M113 Konkurs  Soviet Union Wire-guided missile 74 launchers.420+ missiles.[54] In reserve.
Aircraft
T-41 Mescalero[124]  United States Trainer aircraft 25 T-41D variant. All modernized.
Citabria[124] Observation aircraft 34 7GCBC variant. All modernized.
Helicopters
TH-55 Osage  United States Trainer helicopter 28[152] Retired.
Bell-204 Utility helicopter N/A Retired.
Bell AH-1 Cobra Attack helicopter 28 All AH-1P Cobra helicopter were retired. At least 4 from 28 helicopters are lost in accidents and one shot down. Four TAH1P were used in trainings.[326]
Bell OH-58 Kiowa Observation helicopter 3[296] Retired.[327]

Gallery[edit]

TANKS

Altay tank
Leopard 2 A4
Leopard 1
M60 TM Sabra
M60 A3 TTS
M48 Patton

Vehicles

M113
ACV-15
BMC Kirpi II
BMC Vuran
Otokar Cobra II

MLRS

T-122 Sakarya
TRG-300 Kasırga

Artillery

T-155 Fırtına

Aircraft

Bayraktar TB2
Bayraktar Akıncı
TAI T625 Gökbey
T-129 ATAK
S-70 Black Hawk
CH-47 Chinook
AS 532 Cougar
AW-119 Koala
BELL 206
Super King Air 350


See also[edit]

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