Angola may be interested by Turkish Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

According to information published by The Toys Matrix on October 19, 2021, Angola has requested to acquire Turkish-made Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), which could be the Bayraktar TB2, sales success already sold at Morocco, Poland, or Ukraine.

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Angola may be interested by Turkish Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Ukrainian UAV Bayraktar TB2 (Picture source:

The Bayraktar TB2 has a lenght of 6.5 m, a height of 2.2 m and a wingspan of 12 m. It has a maximum take-off weight of 650 kg with a maximum payload capacity of 150 kg. It can fly at a maximum speed of 120 knots (222 km/h) at a maximum altitude of 27,000 feet (8,230 m) and has a flight endurance of up to 27 hours.

The Bayraktar TB2 can be armed with four laser-guided smart ammunition. The Armed UAV Bayraktar TB2 is a multi-purpose platform as it can perform Target Acquisition using the onboard laser designator.

It is also capable of eliminating the target using its payload consisting of four smart munitions. Bayraktar TB2 is a system that offers all cutting-edge solutions required to carry out surgical precision strikes preventing widespread damage to close areas. These features ensure civilian security as a first-order priority.