Special Report

13 of the World’s Top Military Drones

TAI Aksungur
> Company: Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc
> Mostly used by: Turkish Armed Forces
> First flight:2019
> Range: 4,000 miles at 160 mph
> Payload capacity: 1,653 lb

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Altius-U
> Company: OKB Sokol
> Mostly used by: Russian Air Force and Navy
> First flight: 2016
> Range: 6,200 miles
> Payload capacity: 2,200 lb

TAI Anka
> Company: Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc
> Mostly used by: Turkish Air Force
> First flight: 2010
> Range: 900 miles at 127 mph
> Payload capacity: 772 lb

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MQ-20 Avenger (formerly Predator C)
> Company: General Atomics Aeronautical Systems
> Mostly used by: US Air Force
> First flight: 2009
> Range: N/A
> Payload capacity: 6,500 lb

Bayraktar Akıncı
> Company: Baykar
> Mostly used by: Turkish Armed Forces
> First flight: 2019
> Range: 4,700 miles at 150 mph
> Payload capacity: 2,976 lb

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