Morocco Orders its First Armed Drones from Turkey

Morocco orders Turkish armed drones from Turkey’s Baykar according to AfricanIntelligence.

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Morocco orders Turkish armed drones from Turkey’s Baykar according to AfricanIntelligence.

Turkey’s Baykar will supply the Moroccan army with attack drones.

According to the same source, Morocco will obtain from Turkey, according to the contract, 4 ground stations for command, a simulation system for training for drone command, an installed drones operations center, a digital system for tracking and storing information for the Royal Armed Forces, in addition to training, logistical and technical support.

The same source confirmed that Morocco is scheduled to receive these drones within one year.

This contract makes Morocco on its way to obtain the first armed drones in its military arsenal, after the tangible results achieved by this Turkish regime, especially during the recent war in the Caucasus.

This comes in a continuation of the doctrine of more than 35 years of the use of drones for military purposes. The Royal Air Force has been a pioneer in this field since the eighties.This contract comes, pending the notation of the US REAPER purchase contract, which will be a real qualitative addition to the lethal and growing capabilities of the Royal Air Forces, parallel to the growing position of the Kingdom as a true regional and continental power and the only axes of the world powers for the security and stability of the region.

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